While there has been a steady rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), access to empirically-supported community-based services and skilled providers for these children and their families remains limited. There is a pressing need to conduct research that will increase the availability of time-limited and cost-effective empirically-supported interventions for children with ASD.
Early Childhood Mental Health: Addressing Adversity and Promoting Resilience
Development of evidence-based practices for children and families involved in public service sectors for severe behavioral and mental health challenges.
Using Implementation Science to Inform Interventions for Child Welfare–Involved Populations
Long-Term Follow-Up of the MTA Study Cohort
There are many studies of the short-term benefits of stimulant medication in the treatment of ADHD, but few studies have evaluated the long-term patterns of self-selected use and long-termed benefits...
The Dynamic Brain: Leading-Edge Approaches From Human Neuroscience to Brain Functional Differences in ADHD, Autism and Neurodevelopmental Differences
There is a professional practice gap in understanding the application of systems and computational neuroscience techniques to brain functional differences in neuropsychiatric disorders of...
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