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Changes in task-extrinsic context do not affect the persistence of long-term cumulative structural priming.
MR analysis of structural contrast in a mouse model of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as a function of magnetic field
Psychopathic personality traits and semantic processing of emotional Stroop stimuli
Examining Associations Among ADHD, Homework Behavior, and Reading Comprehension
Inattention, hyperactivity, and emergent literacy
Does visual speech information affect word segmentation?
Common genetic and nonshared environmental factors contribute to the association between socioemotional dispositions and the externalizing factor in children.
Is hyperactivity ubiquitous in ADHD or dependent on environmental demands? Evidence from meta-analysis.
Temporal dynamics of the action-sentence compatibility effect.
Comparing treatments for children with ADHD and word reading difficulties
In search of the perfect phenotype
Neural Correlates of the Propensity for Retaliatory Behavior in Youths With Disruptive Behavior Disorders.
Prenatal nicotine exposure mouse model showing hyperactivity, reduced cingulate cortex volume, reduced dopamine turnover, and responsiveness to oral methylphenidate treatment.
Conners' Teacher Rating Scale for preschool children
Heterogeneity in ADHD
Global statistical learning in a visual search task.
Children's behavioral regulation and literacy
Oppositional defiant disorder dimensions
moderating influence of heart rate variability on stressor-elicited change in pupillary and attentional indices of emotional processing
Relations among student attention behaviors, teacher practices, and beginning word reading skill.
Attention bias modification reduces neural correlates of response monitoring.
Attention bias towards negative emotional information and its relationship with daily worry in the context of acute stress
Attentional but not pre-attentive neural measures of auditory discrimination are atypical in children with developmental language disorder.
Unpredictability increases the error-related negativity in children and adolescents.