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Identifying Attention Commonalities and Differences Between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder
The present study examined one of Posner and Petersen’s (1990) attention networks (i.e., orienting – the ability to selectively focus on pertinent information) in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as compared ...
Temporal Discounting and Cognitive Abilities in a Developmental Sample
Temporal discounting (TD) is the tendency to choose smaller, immediate rewards over larger, later rewards. Temporal discounting choices were studied in relation to cognitive abilities and self-control rating measures in a ...
Temporal Discounting Preferences as an Index of Rational Thinking
Temporal discounting refers to a preference for smaller sooner rewards over larger delayed rewards. We explored temporal discounting as a construct of rational thinking in emerging adults. In Study One, we examined individual ...