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Prof.dr. J.A. Sergeant
Completed research (11)
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Bestuurslid van de interuniversitaire onderzoeksschool EPOS (Experimenteel-Psychologische OnderzoekSchool)
Emeritus per 28-5-2010
Department of Clinical Neuropsychology (VU)
ja. sergeant -at- psy. vu. nl
(the most recent at the top)
Neuropsychological intra-individual variability explains unique genetic variance of ADHD and shows suggestive linkage to chromosomes 12, 13 and 17.
ERPs associated with monitoring and evaluation of monetary reward and punishment in children with ADHD
The ATXN1 and TRIM31 Genes Are Related to Intelligence in an ADHD Background: Evidence From a Large Collaborative Study Totaling 4,963 Subjects
To act or not to act, that's the problem. Primarily inhibition difficulties in adult ADHD
To act or not to act, that's the problem: Primarily inhibition difficulties in adult ADHD.
Completed research projects
(the most recent research is at the top)
Do Endophenotypes bring us Closer in Understanding ADHD? Neuropsychological endophenotypes and their molecular genetic underpinnings in ADHD
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Reading Disorder and Reading Disorder More Alike than Different: The Neurocognitive Underpinnings of their Comorbidity
A Novel Perspective on Interference Control and Distraction in ADHD
ADHD: can reinforcement resolve the problem?
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