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Academic Achievement Among Juvenile Detainees.
Age-related changes of gene expression in the neocortex
Anxiety sensitivity profile
application of the elastic net for an endophenotype analysis.
At the height of fashion
Attentional but not pre-attentive neural measures of auditory discrimination are atypical in children with developmental language disorder.
balanced t(10;15) translocation in a male patient with developmental language disorder.
BDNF Val66Met and cognition
BDNF Val66Met Polymorphism Influences Reading Ability and Patterns of Neural Activation in Children.
BDNF ValMet polymorphism is associated with structural neuroanatomical differences in young children.
Behavior, brain, and genome in genomic disorders
Behavioral genetic approach to the study of dyslexia.
Bidirectional relations between phonological awareness and letter knowledge in preschool revisited
Changes in task-extrinsic context do not affect the persistence of long-term cumulative structural priming.
Childhood adversity and DNA methylation of genes involved in the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis and immune system
Children's behavioral regulation and literacy
Commentary on two classroom observation systems
Common genetic and nonshared environmental factors contribute to the association between socioemotional dispositions and the externalizing factor in children.
Comparing two forms of dynamic assessment and traditional assessment of preschool phonological awareness.
Comparison of whole-genome DNA methylation patterns in whole blood, saliva, and lymphoblastoid cell lines.
componential model of reading
comprehension of sentences involving quantity information affects responses on the up-down axis.
Computer-assisted instruction to prevent early reading difficulties in students at risk for dyslexia
COMT Val/Met polymorphism is associated with reading-related skills and consistent patterns of functional neural activation.
Conners' Teacher Rating Scale for preschool children
Core vocabulary in written personal narratives of school-age children.
Cross-informant symptoms from CBCL, TRF, and YSR
Cross-Study Differences in the Etiology of Reading Comprehension
Depressive symptoms in third-grade teachers
Development of oral reading fluency in children with speech or language impairments
Developmental relations between reading fluency and reading comprehension
Developmental relations between vocabulary knowledge and reading comprehension
Dialect variation and reading
Does visual speech information affect word segmentation?
Dynamic assessment and its implications for RTI models.
Dynamic assessment and response to intervention
Evaluating the components of an emergent literacy intervention for preschool children at risk for reading difficulties.
Evaluating the dimensionality of first-grade written composition.
Evaluating the impact of feedback on elementary aged students' fluency growth in written expression
evaluation of two emergent literacy screening tools for preschool children.
Examining agreement and longitudinal stability among traditional and RTI-based definitions of reading disability using the affected-status agreement statistic.
Examining Associations Among ADHD, Homework Behavior, and Reading Comprehension
Examining the dimensionality of effortful control in preschool children and its relation to academic and socioemotional indicators.
Examining the factor structure and etiology of prosociality.
Examining the Factor Structure and Structural Invariance of the PANAS Across Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults.
Examining the Relationships of Component Reading Skills to Reading Comprehension in Struggling Adult Readers
Executive function of Spanish-speaking language-minority preschoolers
Expanding the environment
Exploration of anxiety sensitivity and distress tolerance as vulnerability factors for hoarding behaviors.
Exploring dimensionality of effortful control using hot and cool tasks in a sample of preschool children.

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