Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Executive functioning in children with self-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jul 12:1-31. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945019. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSelf-limited epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (ECTS) is one of the most frequent focal epilepsies amongst children. Because remission usually occurs before 16 years old and patients present infrequent clinical manifestation, ECTS was considered benign for a long time. Despite the reports on cognitive deficits associated with ECTS in the last years, knowledge about the condition's specific executive function domains (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency, and higher-order executive f...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 12, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: In ês Duarte Sá Seixas Ramos Carolina Vanessa Gomes Coelho Filipa Ribeiro Ana Filipa Lopes Source Type: research

Remembering to remember: prospective memory in children with epilepsy
This study sought to investigate prospective memory functioning in children with idiopathic epilepsy using tasks from the Rivermead Behavioral Memory Test for Children (RBMT-C) and the Memory for Intentions Screening Test for Youth (MISTY). Performances on prospective memory task characteristics of the MISTY (i.e., cue-type, length of time delay, and response type) were also compared between and across participant groups. Healthy children (N = 26) were found to have higher overall IQ and verbal IQ scores when compared to children with epilepsy (N = 19). Group differences in prospective memory functioning were found in subt...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Ginger N Mills Sarah A Raskin Francis J DiMario Source Type: research

Remembering to remember: prospective memory in children with epilepsy
This study sought to investigate prospective memory functioning in children with idiopathic epilepsy using tasks from the Rivermead Behavioral Memory Test for Children (RBMT-C) and the Memory for Intentions Screening Test for Youth (MISTY). Performances on prospective memory task characteristics of the MISTY (i.e., cue-type, length of time delay, and response type) were also compared between and across participant groups. Healthy children (N = 26) were found to have higher overall IQ and verbal IQ scores when compared to children with epilepsy (N = 19). Group differences in prospective memory functioning were found in subt...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Ginger N Mills Sarah A Raskin Francis J DiMario Source Type: research

Remembering to remember: prospective memory in children with epilepsy
This study sought to investigate prospective memory functioning in children with idiopathic epilepsy using tasks from the Rivermead Behavioral Memory Test for Children (RBMT-C) and the Memory for Intentions Screening Test for Youth (MISTY). Performances on prospective memory task characteristics of the MISTY (i.e., cue-type, length of time delay, and response type) were also compared between and across participant groups. Healthy children (N = 26) were found to have higher overall IQ and verbal IQ scores when compared to children with epilepsy (N = 19). Group differences in prospective memory functioning were found in subt...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Ginger N Mills Sarah A Raskin Francis J DiMario Source Type: research

Remembering to remember: prospective memory in children with epilepsy
This study sought to investigate prospective memory functioning in children with idiopathic epilepsy using tasks from the Rivermead Behavioral Memory Test for Children (RBMT-C) and the Memory for Intentions Screening Test for Youth (MISTY). Performances on prospective memory task characteristics of the MISTY (i.e., cue-type, length of time delay, and response type) were also compared between and across participant groups. Healthy children (N = 26) were found to have higher overall IQ and verbal IQ scores when compared to children with epilepsy (N = 19). Group differences in prospective memory functioning were found in subt...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Ginger N Mills Sarah A Raskin Francis J DiMario Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

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Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

Correction
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

Correction
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

Correction
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

Correction
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Examining parent and clinician views of a hospital-based pediatric neuropsychological service: a Canadian perspective
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1-21. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1945567. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTUnderstanding how pediatric neuropsychological evaluations support families and the child's medical team is an important component of ensuring evidence-based care. For the first time within a Canadian context, we investigated the impact of neuropsychological assessments on parent knowledge, advocacy, and stress and the role of socioeconomic factors in parents' perceptions of the assessment. Responses from referring clinicians were also examined. As part of a hospital quality improvement project, 91 parents of children be...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Dragana Ostojic-Aitkens Meghan K Ford Todd Cunningham Anna Gold Laura A Janzen Katia J Sinopoli Robyn Westmacott Tricia S Williams Source Type: research

Correction
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 30:1. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34193011 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1950960 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - July 1, 2021 Category: Child Development Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Assessing processing speed among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A match-to-sample paradigm
This study provides initial evidence for the reliability and validity of the new SpM task, which may be appropriate as an outcome measure of processing speed for future clinical trials. It is more feasible than tasks designed for adults; it is brief, easy to administer, and engaging for young children and older individuals with lower mental ages associated with IDD.PMID:34126855 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1938987 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 15, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Aaron J Kaat Forrest J McKenzie Rebecca H Shields Erica LaForte Jeanine Coleman Claire Michalak David R Hessl Source Type: research

Halstead Category Test sensitivity to neurocognitive deficits in prenatal alcohol exposed and cognitively impaired children
Conclusion: The findings support the use of the HCT as a sensitive measure of executive functions in both PAE and non-PAE cognitively impaired children with no evidence of gender and ethnic bias. Use of the HCT is indicated in future research to measure improvement in executive functioning among children with a history of PAE facilitated by education, rehabilitation, and other forms of training and treatment.PMID:34114928 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1936474 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: David J Sperbeck Susan Krauss Whitbourne Mark Zelig Rebecca M Shaw Paul L Craig Source Type: research

Psychometric properties of a new ADHD screening questionnaire: Parent report on the (potential) underlying explanation of inattention in their school-aged children
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 11:1-16. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1937975. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe present study examined psychometric properties of a recently developed parent report screening questionnaire, i.e., Parent ADHD Screening questionnaire: Signaling the Core explanation underlying behavioral symptoms (PASSC). The PASSC aims to measure (1) ADHD symptoms and (2) what parents view to be the main underlying explanation(s) of these symptoms. The PASSC questions 3 (potential) underlying explanations based on the triple pathway model (TPM): i.e., time, cognition and/or motivation problems. Parents of 1166 Dut...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Esther H H Keulers Petra P M Hurks Source Type: research

Halstead Category Test sensitivity to neurocognitive deficits in prenatal alcohol exposed and cognitively impaired children
Conclusion: The findings support the use of the HCT as a sensitive measure of executive functions in both PAE and non-PAE cognitively impaired children with no evidence of gender and ethnic bias. Use of the HCT is indicated in future research to measure improvement in executive functioning among children with a history of PAE facilitated by education, rehabilitation, and other forms of training and treatment.PMID:34114928 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1936474 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: David J Sperbeck Susan Krauss Whitbourne Mark Zelig Rebecca M Shaw Paul L Craig Source Type: research

Psychometric properties of a new ADHD screening questionnaire: Parent report on the (potential) underlying explanation of inattention in their school-aged children
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 11:1-16. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1937975. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe present study examined psychometric properties of a recently developed parent report screening questionnaire, i.e., Parent ADHD Screening questionnaire: Signaling the Core explanation underlying behavioral symptoms (PASSC). The PASSC aims to measure (1) ADHD symptoms and (2) what parents view to be the main underlying explanation(s) of these symptoms. The PASSC questions 3 (potential) underlying explanations based on the triple pathway model (TPM): i.e., time, cognition and/or motivation problems. Parents of 1166 Dut...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Esther H H Keulers Petra P M Hurks Source Type: research

Halstead Category Test sensitivity to neurocognitive deficits in prenatal alcohol exposed and cognitively impaired children
Conclusion: The findings support the use of the HCT as a sensitive measure of executive functions in both PAE and non-PAE cognitively impaired children with no evidence of gender and ethnic bias. Use of the HCT is indicated in future research to measure improvement in executive functioning among children with a history of PAE facilitated by education, rehabilitation, and other forms of training and treatment.PMID:34114928 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1936474 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: David J Sperbeck Susan Krauss Whitbourne Mark Zelig Rebecca M Shaw Paul L Craig Source Type: research

Psychometric properties of a new ADHD screening questionnaire: Parent report on the (potential) underlying explanation of inattention in their school-aged children
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 11:1-16. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1937975. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe present study examined psychometric properties of a recently developed parent report screening questionnaire, i.e., Parent ADHD Screening questionnaire: Signaling the Core explanation underlying behavioral symptoms (PASSC). The PASSC aims to measure (1) ADHD symptoms and (2) what parents view to be the main underlying explanation(s) of these symptoms. The PASSC questions 3 (potential) underlying explanations based on the triple pathway model (TPM): i.e., time, cognition and/or motivation problems. Parents of 1166 Dut...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Esther H H Keulers Petra P M Hurks Source Type: research

Halstead Category Test sensitivity to neurocognitive deficits in prenatal alcohol exposed and cognitively impaired children
Conclusion: The findings support the use of the HCT as a sensitive measure of executive functions in both PAE and non-PAE cognitively impaired children with no evidence of gender and ethnic bias. Use of the HCT is indicated in future research to measure improvement in executive functioning among children with a history of PAE facilitated by education, rehabilitation, and other forms of training and treatment.PMID:34114928 | DOI:10.1080/09297049.2021.1936474 (Source: Child Neuropsychology)
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: David J Sperbeck Susan Krauss Whitbourne Mark Zelig Rebecca M Shaw Paul L Craig Source Type: research

Psychometric properties of a new ADHD screening questionnaire: Parent report on the (potential) underlying explanation of inattention in their school-aged children
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 11:1-16. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1937975. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe present study examined psychometric properties of a recently developed parent report screening questionnaire, i.e., Parent ADHD Screening questionnaire: Signaling the Core explanation underlying behavioral symptoms (PASSC). The PASSC aims to measure (1) ADHD symptoms and (2) what parents view to be the main underlying explanation(s) of these symptoms. The PASSC questions 3 (potential) underlying explanations based on the triple pathway model (TPM): i.e., time, cognition and/or motivation problems. Parents of 1166 Dut...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 11, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Esther H H Keulers Petra P M Hurks Source Type: research

Does time since concussion alter the factor structure of a multidomain assessment in adolescents?
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 7:1-13. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1936475. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe utilization of principal component analysis (PCA) approaches to concussion is beneficial to inform the interpretation of clinical outcome data in adolescent patients. While researchers have identified factors using post-concussive symptom scales and cognitive testing, there has yet to be a PCA that incorporates vestibular or oculomotor outcomes, or that focuses exclusively on adolescents. Moreover, the role of time since injury has not been examined in relation to concussion factors in this at-risk population. PCA met...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Alicia M Kissinger-Knox Shawn R Eagle Sabrina Jennings Michael W Collins Anthony P Kontos Source Type: research

Does time since concussion alter the factor structure of a multidomain assessment in adolescents?
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 7:1-13. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1936475. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe utilization of principal component analysis (PCA) approaches to concussion is beneficial to inform the interpretation of clinical outcome data in adolescent patients. While researchers have identified factors using post-concussive symptom scales and cognitive testing, there has yet to be a PCA that incorporates vestibular or oculomotor outcomes, or that focuses exclusively on adolescents. Moreover, the role of time since injury has not been examined in relation to concussion factors in this at-risk population. PCA met...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Alicia M Kissinger-Knox Shawn R Eagle Sabrina Jennings Michael W Collins Anthony P Kontos Source Type: research

Does time since concussion alter the factor structure of a multidomain assessment in adolescents?
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 Jun 7:1-13. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1936475. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe utilization of principal component analysis (PCA) approaches to concussion is beneficial to inform the interpretation of clinical outcome data in adolescent patients. While researchers have identified factors using post-concussive symptom scales and cognitive testing, there has yet to be a PCA that incorporates vestibular or oculomotor outcomes, or that focuses exclusively on adolescents. Moreover, the role of time since injury has not been examined in relation to concussion factors in this at-risk population. PCA met...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - June 8, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Alicia M Kissinger-Knox Shawn R Eagle Sabrina Jennings Michael W Collins Anthony P Kontos Source Type: research

Pilot study of socio-emotional factors and adaptive behavior in young females with fragile X syndrome
Child Neuropsychol. 2021 May 18:1-11. doi: 10.1080/09297049.2021.1924651. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGirls with Fragile-X-Syndrome (FXS) present high levels of social anxiety, social avoidance, extreme shyness, tendency to social isolation, poor eye contact, learning difficulties, and depression. The aims of the present study, which is based on a group of young females with FXS are: 1) to analyze the possible associations between emotion recognition, theory of mind, and social anxiety, and adaptive behavior, and emotional state; 2) to study the relationship between intelligence quotient (IQ) and adaptive behavior; and 3...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - May 18, 2021 Category: Child Development Authors: Lorena Joga-Elvira Carlos Jacas Mar ía-Luisa Joga Ana Roche-Mart ínez Carme Brun-Gasca Source Type: research