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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27352913/corrigendum-to-executive-functions-in-adults-with-developmental-dyslexia-res-dev-disabil-53-54-2016-323-341
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James H Smith-Spark, Lucy A Henry, David J Messer, Elisa Edvardsdottir, Adam P Zięcik
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September 2016: Research in Developmental Disabilities
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22583769/transcription-profiling-reveals-stage-and-function-dependent-expression-patterns-in-the-filarial-nematode-brugia-malayi
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Ben-Wen Li, Zhengyuan Wang, Amy C Rush, Makedonka Mitreva, Gary J Weil
BACKGROUND: Brugia malayi is a nematode parasite that causes lymphatic filariasis, a disfiguring and disabiling tropical disease. Although a first draft genome sequence was released in 2007, very little is understood about transcription programs that govern developmental changes required for the parasite's development and survival in its mammalian and insect hosts. RESULTS: We used a microarray with probes that represent some 85% of predicted genes to generate gene expression profiles for seven parasite life cycle stages/sexes...
2012: BMC Genomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15541633/re-evaluation-of-constant-versus-varied-punishers-using-empirically-derived-consequences
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
Lisa M Toole, Iser G DeLeon, SungWoo Kahng, Geri E Ruffin, Carrie A Pletcher, Lynn G Bowman
Charlop, Burgio, Iwata, and Ivancic [J. Appl. Behav. Anal. 21 (1988) 89] demonstrated that varied punishment procedures produced greater or more consistent reductions of problem behavior than a constant punishment procedure. More recently, Fisher and colleagues [Res. Dev. Disabil. 15 (1994) 133; J. Appl. Behav. Anal. 27 (1994) 447] developed a systematic methodology for predicting the efficacy of various punishment procedures. Their procedure identified reinforcers and punishers (termed "empirically derived consequences" or EDC) that, when used in combination, reduced the destructive behavior of individuals with developmental disabilities who displayed automatically maintained destructive behavior...
November 2004: Research in Developmental Disabilities
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14622896/authors-institutional-affiliations-in-australian-intellectual-and-developmental-disabilities-journals-a-comparison-of-two-decades
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Levan Lim, Fatemeh Arabsolghar, Hyun-Jin Choi
The generation of new knowledge through research can contribute significantly to the improvement of services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This study extends a previous study by Sigafoos, Roberts, and Couzens [Aust. N.Z. J. Dev. Disabil. 17 (1991) 331] by examining research productivity in intellectual and developmental disability in Australian journals for 1990-1999. Institutions that published research articles on intellectual and developmental disabilities in Australian journals in the 1990s were identified by noting the affiliations of authors...
November 2003: Research in Developmental Disabilities
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12429367/the-role-of-visuospatial-attention-in-developmental-dyslexia-evidence-from-a-rehabilitation-study
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
Andrea Facoetti, Maria Luisa Lorusso, Pierluigi Paganoni, Carlo Umiltà, Gian Gastone Mascetti
Shifting of visual attention induced by peripheral cues was studied in 24 children with specific reading disorder (SRD) or dyslexia and was compared with that of 19 normal readers by means of a covert orienting paradigm. This paradigm presents participants with valid, neutral and invalid spatial cues preceding the presentation of a target stimulus. As compared to normal readers, in SRD children the inhibition effect (i.e. the difference between neutral and invalid cues) was absent. The 24 SRD children were divided into two groups matched for age, IQ and reading ability to study the efficacy of two different rehabilitation procedures...
January 2003: Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research
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