Primary Use of MRI and fMRI in ADHD Assessment as a Qualitative Tool to Counter the Effects of Clinician Bias, Age, Gender, and SES
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Group or Individual
Bachelor of Arts
Date of Submission
Mon, 14 May 2018 17:09:35 GMT
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ADHD; Executive Functioning; Clinical Bias; Gender; SES; FMRI; MRI; neuroimaging; Over-diagnosis; Misdiagnosis; diagnosis; Attention Disorder; Attention; DSM-5; ICD-10;
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Mon 14 May 2018
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