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Comorbid development of disruptive behaviors from age 1½ to 5 years in a population birth-cohort and association with school adjustment in first grade
Comorbidity of Disruptive Behaviors from age 1½ to 5 years
(Springer Verlag, 2016-05)
Comorbidity is frequent among disruptive behaviors (DB) and leads to mental health problems during adolescence and adulthood. However, the early developmental origins of this comorbidity have so far received little attention. ...
Maternal warmth and toddler development : support for transactional models in disadvantaged families
Parenting, communication and social competence
Studies support cognitive and social domains of development as entwined in childhood, however, there is a paucity of investigation into the nature of the mother-child relationship within an interdependence framework. ...
Intrinsic motivation and achievement in mathematics in elementary school : a longitudinal investigation of their association
Motivation and mathematical achievement
This study examined the associations between intrinsic motivation and achievement in mathematics in a sample of 1,478 Canadian school‐age children followed from Grades 1 to 4 (ages 7–10). Children self‐reported their ...
Short-term heart rate variability in a population-based sample of 10-year-old children
(Springer Verlag, 2015)
Heart rate variability (HRV) is a non-invasive quantitative marker of cardiac autonomic function derived from continuous electrocardiogram (ECG) recordings. Normative HRV values and development factors have not been ...
Gestational age and chronic 'body-mind' health problems in childhood : dose-response association and risk factors
Understanding the developmental course of all health issues associated with preterm birth is important from an individual, clinical and public health point-of-view. Both the number of preterm births and proportion of ...
Gestational age at birth and ‘Body-Mind’ health at 5 years of age : a population based cohort study
(Public Library of Science, 2016-03-14)
Numerous studies have identified the effects of prematurity on the neonate’s physical health, however few studies have explored the effects of prematurity on both the physical and mental health of the child as they develop. ...
Paternal age explains a major portion of de novo germline mutation rate variability in healthy individuals
(Public Library of Science, 2016-10-10)
De novo mutations (DNM) are an important source of rare variants and are increasingly being linked to the development of many diseases. Recently, the paternal age effect has been the focus of a number of studies that attempt ...
Co-morbidity between gambling problems and depressive symptoms: A longitudinal perspective of risk and protective factors
(Springer Verlag, 2016)
In both adolescents and adults, gambling problems and depressive symptoms co-occur and share some common risk factors (e.g., impulsivity and socio-family risk). However, little is known about (1) the developmental course ...
Developmental associations between conduct problems and expressive language in early childhood : a population-based study
Conduct problems and language
Conduct problems have been associated with poor language development, however the direction of this association in early childhood remains unclear. This study examined the longitudinal directional associations between ...
Trajectories of gambling problems from mid-adolescence to age 30 in a general population cohort
(American Psychological Association, 2015-12)
Studies of gambling starting before adulthood in the general population are either cross-sectional, based on the stability of these behaviors between 2 time points, or cover a short developmental period. The present study ...