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  • 1.   Cognitive remediation in ADHD: effects of periodic non-contingent alerts on sustained attention to response

    The aim of this study was to examine the efficacy of periodic non-informative alerting cues for improving sustaining attention in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

    Neuropsychol Rehabil, Vol: 16 Page: 653-65 December 2006
    R. G. O'Connell; M. A. Bellgrove; P. M. Dockree; I. H. Robertson

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  • 2.   Dissecting the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) phenotype: sustained attention, response variability and spatial attentional asymmetries in relation to dopamine transporter (DAT1) genotype

    The aim of this study was to examine sustained attention, response variability and spatial attentional asymmetries in children and adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in relation to dopamine transporter genotype (DAT1)

    Neuropsychologia, Vol: 43 Page: 1847-57 2005
    M. A. Bellgrove; Z. Hawi; A. Kirley; M. Gill; I. H. Robertson

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  • 3.   Dissociation in performance of children with ADHD and high-functioning autism on a task of sustained attention

    The aim of this study was to examine the executive function of two neurodevelopmental disorders attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism using a sustained attention task with a validated brain-behaviour basis

    Neuropsychologia, Vol: 45 Page: 2234-45 June 2007
    K. A. Johnson; I. H. Robertson; S. P. Kelly; T. J. Silk; E. Barry; A. Daibhis; A. Watchorn; M. Keavey; M. Fitzgerald; L. Gallagher; M. Gill; M. A. Bellgrove

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  • 4.   Reduced electrodermal response to errors predicts poor sustained attention performance in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

    The aim of this study was to examine if reduced electrodermal response to errors predicts poor sustained attention performance in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

    Neuroreport, Vol: 15 Page: 2535-8 November 2004
    R. G. O'Connell; M. A. Bellgrove; P. M. Dockree; I. H. Robertson

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  • 5.   The cognitive genetics of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): sustained attention as a candidate phenotype

    The aim of this study was to examine the application of cognitive genetics to the study of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

    Cortex, Vol: 42 Page: 838-45 August 2006
    M. A. Bellgrove; Z. Hawi; M. Gill; I. H. Robertson

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