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Castellanos-Ryan, Natalie and Struve, Maren and Whelan, Robert and Banaschewski, Tobias and Barker, Gareth J and Bokde, Arun L W and Bromberg, Uli and Büchel, Christian and Flor, Herta and Fauth-Bühler, Mira and Frouin, Vincent and Gallinat, Jurgen and Gowland, Penny and Heinz, Andreas and Lawrence, Claire and Martinot, Jean-Luc and Nees, Frauke and Paus, Tomas and Pausova, Zdenka and Rietschel, Marcella and Robbins, Trevor W and Smolka, Michael N and Schumann, Gunter and Garavan, Hugh and Conrod, Patricia J (2014) Neural and cognitive correlates of the common and specific variance across externalizing problems in young adolescence. The American Journal of Psychiatry , 171 , (12) , pp. 1310-1319.

Longitudinal and family-based research suggests that conduct disorder, substance misuse, and ADHD involve both unique forms of dysfunction as well as more specific dysfunctions unique to each condition. Using direct measures of brain function, this study also found evidence in both unique and disorder-specific perturbations.


Item Type:Article
Date:1 December 2014
Page Range:pp. 1310-1319
Publisher:American Psychiatric Association
Volume:171
Number:12
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Subjects:E Concepts in biomedical areas > General life processes (physiology)
F Concepts in psychology > Skills > Coping skills
F Concepts in psychology > Cognition
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Risk and protective factors > risk factors
T Demographic characteristics > Adolescent / youth (teenager / young person)
VA Geographic area > Europe

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