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Examining anxious-withdrawal, friendship, and psychological adjustment trajectories during early adolescence
Not all anxious-withdrawn young adolescents struggle with their friends or experience psychological difficulties, but little is known about possible sources of this heterogeneity. Child-by-environment models are used to ...
Adaptive working memory and visual search training have differential effects on brain function and cognitive performance: Evidence from event-related brain potentials and transfer of gains
Design and Methods of the Present Study: During an n-back task, participants have to compare a currently displayed stimulus to a stimulus that was presented n trials back. This allows for the adjustment of the demand placed ...
Dementia and understanding of self: How self-perceptions of personality dimensions differ from informant perceptions of patient personality for patients with AD and Amnestic MCI
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia. As increasing numbers of people move into old age, the prevalence of AD continues to rise. Understanding the individual personality factors that moderate the ...