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Gnosis of ODD with fewer than 4 ODD symptoms. Nevertheless, all youth with 3 AIS also exhibited at least one NS in the present sample. Given that the DSM model may under-identify youth with impairing ODD,30,31 future research should evaluate the prevalence of youth with AIS who do not meet criteria for ODD, as well as multiple models for considering ODD symptoms and diagnoses (e.g., DSM, ICD). Acr
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Buted only to differential levels of ODD, and that AIS and NS groups are qualitatively different. Moreover, ancillary analyses comparing individual ODD symptoms indicated that the AIS subgroups had more severe ratings of "takes anger out on others" and "blaming others" than the NS subgroups and were more likely to "annoy others" (mothers' ratings, both age groups) and "argue" (teachers' ratings, o
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Arch will need to determine the best approach for conceptualizing AIS and NS (categorical vs. dimensional), evaluating data from different informants, assessing ODD symptoms, and considering different developmental periods to improve our understanding of relations between ADHD and ODD. Contextual Variables The modest convergence in group differences for the two informant-based classification syste
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Ake them. Klein, Cosmides, Tooby, and Chance (2002, p. 313) Evidence of complex planning in the human lineage dates back hundreds of thousands of years--for example, organized hunting parties; the creation and transportation of tools; technology; the burying of the dead and provision of supplies for an afterlife; the development of agriculture and with it the village, city, state, and nation (for
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Ake them. Klein, Cosmides, Tooby, and Chance (2002, p. 313) Evidence of complex planning in the human lineage dates back hundreds of thousands of years--for example, organized hunting parties; the creation and transportation of tools; technology; the burying of the dead and provision of supplies for an afterlife; the development of agriculture and with it the village, city, state, and nation (for
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Eatures are influenced by individual differences in neurobiology, personal experiences, and contextual characteristics.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptAcknowledgmentsThis research was supported in part by NIMH 1K01MH073717-01A2 (DAGD)NIH Public AccessAuthor ManuscriptMem Cognit. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 January 24.Published in final e
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Ia, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaStanley B. Klein: klein@psych.ucsb.eduAbstractAll organisms capable of long-term memory are necessarily oriented toward the future. We propose that one of the most important adaptive functions of long-term episodic memory is to store information about the past in the service of planning for the personal future. Because a system should have especially efficient performa
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Aregiver to commonly confuse nonantimalarials with antimalarials, with many opting for less effective therapies [17, 48]. Similarly, the low use of diagnostic tests to confirm suspected case of malaria in this study was also a concern. While we did not explore caregivers' views of diagnostic tests, studies exploring community acceptance of routine diagnostic procedures to confirm malaria have iden