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In future modifications of phenotypic criteria. Summary The strengths of the study include the use of proposed DSM-5 criteria for distinguishing youth with AIS from NS;6,10?2 both parents and teachers as informants; large, heterogeneous, clinic-based sample; broad age range (stratified as 6?1 years and 12?8 years); and a diverse array of background and clinical characteristics. Nevertheless, we d
In future modifications of phenotypic criteria. Summary The strengths of the study include the use of proposed DSM-5 criteria for distinguishing youth with AIS from NS;6,10?2 both parents and teachers as informants; large, heterogeneous, clinic-based sample; broad age range (stratified as 6?1 years and 12?8 years); and a diverse array of background and clinical characteristics. Nevertheless, we d
,3,4,32 and the present study is no exception. Nevertheless, co-occurring ADHD symptom severity (both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive behaviors) was comparable among the younger AIS and NS groups, as well as teacher-defined AIS and NS groups. This pattern of findings is consistent with research suggesting that AIS does not differentially predict ADHD severity compared with NS10,11 and sugge
Istent with two-hit genetic models for various diseases, which indicate that differentially greater severity may actually indicate unique pathogenic processes.29 Findings also raise questions regarding the ODD diagnosis, given that youth meeting the 3-symptom criteria for AIS would not meet DSM criteria for ODD without a fourth symptom. However, the results of previous work30,31 indicate that you
Buted only to differential levels of ODD, and that AIS and NS groups are qualitatively different. Moreover, ancillary analyses comparing individual ODD symptoms indicated that the AIS subgroups had more severe ratings of "takes anger out on others" and "blaming others" than the NS subgroups and were more likely to "annoy others" (mothers' ratings, both age groups) and "argue" (teachers' ratings,
Participate in a telephone interview to explore personal perspectives on the relationship between QoL and eating disorder symptoms. With consent, a time was arranged for the interview that would be most convenient to the participant. Interviews were conducted over the phone or Skype. Participants were asked about their definition of QoL (e.g. "In your own words, what does quality of life mean for
Buted only to differential levels of ODD, and that AIS and NS groups are qualitatively different. Moreover, ancillary analyses comparing individual ODD symptoms indicated that the AIS subgroups had more severe ratings of "takes anger out on others" and "blaming others" than the NS subgroups and were more likely to "annoy others" (mothers' ratings, both age groups) and "argue" (teachers' ratings,
Buted only to differential levels of ODD, and that AIS and NS groups are qualitatively different. Moreover, ancillary analyses comparing individual ODD symptoms indicated that the AIS subgroups had more severe ratings of "takes anger out on others" and "blaming others" than the NS subgroups and were more likely to "annoy others" (mothers' ratings, both age groups) and "argue" (teachers' ratings,

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