Google Scholar Links 11/15/19

Here are this week’s top 10 articles from our EF Google Scholar alerts!

  1. An fMRI study of inhibitory control and the effects of exposure to violence in Latin-American early adolescents: alterations in frontoparietal activation and performance (2019)
  2. Empirical Failures of the Claim That Autistic People Lack a Theory of Mind (2019)
  3. Executive Cognitive Functions and Behavioral Control Differentially Predict HbA1c in Type 1 Diabetes across Emerging Adulthood (2019)
  4. Impact of Secondary ADHD on Long-Term Outcomes After Early Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury (2019)
  5. Intelligence and executive functions in 9–10 year-old preterm children born with very low and extremely low birth weight (2019)
  6. Improving Executive Functioning Skills in Children with Autism through Cognitive Training Program (2019)
  7. Online Family Problem-Solving Therapy (F-PST) for Executive and Behavioral Dysfunction After Traumatic Brain Injury in Adolescents: A Randomized, Multicenter, Comparative Effectiveness Clinical Trial (2019)
  8. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in Thyroid Hormone Transporter Genes MCT8, MCT10 and Deiodinase DIO2 Contribute to Inter-Individual Variance of Executive Functions and Personality Traits (2019)
  9. The connection between executive functioning and comprehension of figurative language in students with and without learning disabilities (2019)
  10. The Stroop effect: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis in healthy young adults (2020)

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