Gabrielle Chequer de Castro Paiva

Gabrielle Chequer de Castro Paiva
Federal University of Minas Gerais | UFMG · Faculty of Medicine

Psychologist

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Children with ADHD and ASD may present differences in the affective-motivational processes. We systematically review the literature regarding temporal discounting in children up to 12 years with ADHD and ASD. Six articles were included, five studies with ADHD children (n=231), one with ASD children (n=21), and all including typically developing chi...
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Tests evaluating the attentional-executive system are widely used in clinical practice. However, proximity of an objective cognitive test with real-world situations (ecological validity) is not frequently investigated. The present study evaluate the association between measures of the Five Digit Test (FDT) and the Oral Trails Test (OTT) with self-r...
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Objective: Verbal fluency tests are widely used for the assessment of executive functions. However, traditional versions of the test depend on several cognitive factors beyond these components. The aim of this study was to evaluate the associations of a modified version of the verbal fluency with specific measures of executive functions. Methods:...
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Introdução: Falhas cognitivas são erros atencionais, mnésicos ou de decisão que cometemos no cotidiano e são relacionadas adesfechos negativos. Parte dos estudos sobre o tema tem foco no papel de aspectos cognitivos. Medidas relacionadas às Funções Executivas (FE) ao controle atencional são mais consistentemente associados a tais falhas. Porém, pou...

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To investigate patterns of affective decision making from the behavioral performance associated with hemodynamic pattern in CPFdl among children and adolescents with ADHD, 1) with 2) ASD, with 3) ADHD and ASD and 4) typical development.