Google Scholar Links 2/14/20

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

  1. A literature review and meta-analysis on the effects of ADHD medications on functional outcomes (2020)
  2. Early signs of disrupted rule learning in adolescents at clinical high risk for psychosis (2020)
  3. Executive and Daily Life Functioning Influence the Relationship Between ADHD and Mood Symptoms in University Students (2020)
  4. Poster: Designing a Wearable Technology Application for Enhancing Executive Functioning Skills in Children with ADHD (2019)
  5. Self-Directedness Positively Contributes to Resilience and Quality of Life: Findings From a Mixed Psychiatric Sample (2020)
  6. The effects of secondary tasks that involve listening and speaking on young adult drivers with traits associated with autism spectrum disorders: A pilot study with driving simulation (2020)
  7. The moderating role of socioeconomic status on level of responsibility, executive functioning, and cortical thinning during adolescence
  8. Time for a true display of skill: Top players in League of Legends have better executive control (2020)
  9. Using virtual reality to defne the mechanisms linking symptoms with cognitive defcits in attention defcit hyperactivity disorder (2020)
  10. Why Self-Report Measures of Self-Control and Inhibition Tasks Do Not Substantially Correlate (2020)

Thread: Having “a million projects” as an adaptive strategy

Click through to read the entirety of this excellent thread by Twitter user @mspowahs! This is true not only for folks with ADHD, but anyone with executive dysfunction who seem to always have a lot of different projects going on at once!

Google Scholar Links 12/20/19

Here are this week’s top 12 articles from our EF Google Scholar alerts!

  1. A meta-analysis of the associations between theory of mind and neurocognition in schizophrenia (2019)
  2. Can Multifactorial Cognitive Training Slow Down the Cognitive Decline in Early Alzheimer Patients? (2019)
  3. Cognitive flexibility and response inhibition in patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (2019)
  4. Failures of executive function when at a height: Negative height-related appraisals are associated with poor executive function during a virtual height stressor (2019)
  5. Increasing Extrinsic Motivation Improves Time-Based Prospective Memory in Adults with Autism: Relations with Executive Functioning and Mentalizing (2019)
  6. Patterns, Mathematics, Early Literacy, and Executive Functions (2019)
  7. Rethinking executive function development (2019)
  8. The Examination of the Classroom Accommodations to Address Executive Functioning Issues for a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder in an Inclusive Classroom Setting: A Case Study (2019)
  9. The Impact Of Social Robots Intervention On Improving The Executive Functions In Children With Autism Disorder (2019, Only the abstract is in English)
  10. The Relationship Between Executive Function And Fine Motor Skills In 2-Year-Old Children (2019)
  11. Theory of Mind and Language in Childhood Epilepsy (2019)
  12. Walking, talking, and suppressing: executive functioning mediates the relationship between higher expressive suppression and slower dual-task walking among older adults (2019)