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  1. Neural substrates for heightened anxiety in children with brain tumors.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 38(5):337 (2013) PMID 23862636

    This study investigated anxiety symptoms' associations with cognitive functioning and tumor locus in pediatric brain tumor patients. Data from 91 patients were collected as part of a neuropsychological assessment. Significant relationships were found between anxiety symptoms and mental set shifting...
  2. Electrophysiological investigation of source memory in early childhood.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 38(3):180 (2013) PMID 23573796 PMCID PMC3922715

    Recollection is well-characterized in adults and school-aged children, yet little is known about how this ability develops in early childhood. This study utilized a behavioral source memory paradigm and event-related potentials (ERPs) to examine recollection in early childhood. ERPs were compared be...
  3. Applying principal components analysis to event-related potentials: a tutorial.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 37(6):497 (2012) PMID 22889342

    Principal components analysis (PCA) has attracted increasing interest as a tool for facilitating analysis of high-density event-related potential (ERP) data. While every researcher is exposed to this statistical procedure in graduate school, its complexities are rarely covered in depth and hence res...
  4. Mental state attributions and diffusion tensor imaging after traumatic brain injury in children.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 36(3):273 (2011) PMID 21462007 PMCID PMC3250061

    We studied social cognition in 49 children 3 months after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and in 39 children with orthopedic injury (OI). Children underwent diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and a mental attribution task showing two triangles. Mental state attributions increased when on...
  5. Age-independent and age-dependent neural substrate for single-digit multiplication and addition arithmetic problems.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 36(3):338 (2011) PMID 21462011 PMCID PMC3073238

    The present study examined developmental differences in event-related potentials between second graders and adults in arithmetic. Consistent with previous literature in adults, multiplication for both children and adults produced a greater left anterior negativity from 400 to 900 msec, whereas addit...
  6. Age-dependent differences in attentional processes in ADHD and disruptive behavior disorder.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 34(4):422 (2009) PMID 20183708

    The aim of this study was to analyze age-dependent differences in attentional performance in subjects aged 8-16 years with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with or without disruptive behavior disorders (DBD). Age effects were investigated in three different groups (ADHD [N = 118], ADH...
  7. Tower of London performance in healthy adolescents: the development of planning skills and associations with self-reported inattention and i...

    Developmental Neuropsychology 34(4):461 (2009) PMID 20183711 PMCID PMC4203700

    Studies have investigated planning skill development using the Tower of London (TOL). Reports conflict regarding maturational trajectories and associations with IQ, other executive functions, and impulsivity. A convenience sample of 9- to 20-year-olds completed the TOL and other measures. TOL accura...
  8. Introduction: psyche and morpheus.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 34(5):521 (2009) PMID 20183715

  9. Neural correlates of emotion processing in typically developing children and children of diabetic mothers.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 34(6):683 (2009) PMID 20183727 PMCID PMC2935698

    To examine the neurocognitive sequelae of children born to diabetic mothers (CDMs), event-related potentials (ERPs) in response to three facial expressions (happy, fear, anger) were collected from 42 children (18 CDMs, 24 controls), aged 36 and/or 48 months. A linear mixed models approach was used t...
  10. The impact of injury severity on executive function 7-10 years following pediatric traumatic brain injury.

    Developmental Neuropsychology 33(5):623 (2008) PMID 18788014

    The impact of pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI) on executive function (EF) development is well documented, with more severe injury associated with poorer outcome. Few studies have investigated the impact of pediatric TBI on EF in the long-term post-injury. The current study explored the relatio...