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Psychiatric, psychosocial and cognitive functioning of female adolescents with ADHD
(University of Canterbury. Human Resources., 2001)
Objective: To characterize the psychiatric, psychosocial and cognitive functioning of adolescent ADHD females in comparison with female controls and ADHD males. Female controls were also compared to male controls to verify ...
Changes in neuropsychological function after treatment with metacognitive therapy or cognitive behaviour therapy for depression
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2015)
Background: Metacognitive therapy (MCT) is an innovative treatment model addressing patterns of negative thinking seen in emotional disorders. Unlike cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), MCT has strategies targeting dysfunctional ...