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Learning Objectives: Describe the course of cognitive development in children with absence epilepsy (AE). Explain reliable change methodology. Eric L. A. Fonseca Wald, Sylvia Klinkenberg, Twan P. C. Voncken, Saskia C. M. Ebus, Albert P.…

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Learning Objectives: Identify benefits of using the dimensional approach in children with acquired brain injury. Distinguish environmental stressors that may disrupt the development of executive functions following acquired brain injury. García, Roberto Gómez-Raygoza, Stephen J.…

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Learning Objectives: Describe the role SES may play in the relationship between neurological processing and social/emotional behaviors of adolescents. Explain the challenges in conceptualising and measuring SES in the context of adolescent neurological architecture and…

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Learning Objectives: Summarize correlations between neuropsychological data and parent ratings of executive functioning among children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Describe how neuropsychological test data and parent ratings may complement one another in the assessment…

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Learning Objectives: Describe how interventions may demonstrate near- and far-transfer effects in preschoolers with behavior problems. Explain the incremental benefits of cognitive training to a comprehensive classroom curriculum. Taylor D. Landis, Katie C. Hart &…

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Learning Objectives: Examine the unique contributions of inhibition and working memory processes to inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity symptoms. Examine potential overlap in cognitive processes indexed by commonly used measures of inhibition and phonological working memory. Stephanie…

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