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Motor imagery of the unaffected hand in children with spastic hemiplegia.
We expected no group differences on a simple imagined grasping task, but the hemiplegia groups to perform atypically on an imagined pointing task. Results showed no group differences on the grasping task, while only the L-HEMI group performed atypically on the pointing task-- the functional level of...
Affective and cognitive decision-making in adolescents.
Tower of London performance in healthy adolescents: the development of planning skills and associations with self-reported inattention and i...
Sleep polygraphic study of children and adolescents with narcolepsy/cataplexy.
Book review: boucher, jill, & bowler, d. Memory in autism.
Prospective Memory in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: A Preliminary Study
Activity-Dependent Control of Dendritic Growth in Vivo
Equiprobable and oddball paradigms: two approaches for documenting auditory discrimination.
The oddball paradigm is frequently used to study auditory discrimination. However, due to its lengthy recording sessions, an alternative design may be considered when time constraints are paramount. In the current study, auditory event-related potentials (ERPs) were obtained in 10 typical adults in...
Mental rotation performance in children with hydrocephalus both with and without spina bifida.
The mental rotation ability in children with hydrocephalus and those with both hydrocephalus and spina bifida in comparison to healthy controls was investigated in this study. All groups performed a chronometric mental rotation test. Compared to children with hydrocephalus, children with both spina...