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Learning Objectives: Describe the characteristics of non-syndromic cleft lip and palate. Identify the relationship between the anatomy of the brain and cognitive function of people with cleft lip and palate. Patrícia Soares Baltazar Bodoni, Renata…

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Learning Objectives: Explain how positive and negative test results are used together to determine the probability of the condition of interest in medicine and psychology. Discuss that with malingering as the condition of interest, negative PVT…

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Learning Objectives: Explain the double hazard model and factors influencing children’s mental health and self-concept following pediatric brain injury. Discuss the association between child self-reported mood and self-concept and parents’ ratings of internalizing and externalizing…

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Learning Objectives: Describe how neurocognitive functioning impacts overall academic and psychological domains in survivors of childhood cancer. Describe the contribution of identified risk factors (e.g., age at diagnosis, treatment) that predict neurocognitive subgroups of survivors…

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Learning Objectives: Describe how sustained auditory attention in pediatric leukemia survivors compares to what is known regarding sustained visual attention in this population. Explain various sociodemographic and treatment-related factors risk factors for difficulties with sustained…

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Learning Objectives: Describe how social and emotional cognition is a key predictor of adaptive functioning for children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Illustrate the importance of the cultural context in neuropsychological assessment and research….

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