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Context-dependent dynamic processes in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: differentiating common and unique effects of state regulation deficits and delay aversion

Edmund Barke, Roeljan Wiersema UGent, Jacob Van der Meere UGent and Herbert Roeyers UGent (2010) NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW. 20(1). p.86-102
abstract
The ability to specify differential predictions is a mark of a scientific models' value. State regulation deficits (SRD) and delay aversion (DAv) have both been hypothesized as context-dependent dynamic dysfunctions in ADHD. However, to date there has been no systematic comparison of their common and unique elements. Here we review these hypotheses-and describe the core and secondary manifestations of the two constructs and review evidence in support of them. Second, we focus on what are seen as the hallmark indicators of the two deficits-preference of small immediate over large delayed rewards for DAv and the slow event rate effect for SRD. We describe the overlap between these two manifestations and then explore how experimental manipulations and the analysis of neuropsychological and physiological mediators of effects can allow us to differentiate these two patterns of neuropsychological dysfunction on the basis of specific predictions. Finally, we highlight the implications of neuropsychological heterogeneity for the practical implementation of tests of DAv and SRD.
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State regulation, Cognitive energetic, Delay aversion, Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, RESPONSE-INHIBITION, WORKING-MEMORY, SUSTAINED ATTENTION, DECISION-MAKING, ADHD CHILDREN, EVENT RATE, REWARD ANTICIPATION, HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER, DUAL PATHWAY MODEL, STRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE, Delayed reward, Delay of gratification, Event rate
journal title
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
Neuropsychol. Rev.
volume
20
issue
1
pages
86 - 102
Web of Science type
Review
Web of Science id
000275446000005
JCR category
PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL
JCR impact factor
4.231 (2010)
JCR rank
7/102 (2010)
JCR quartile
1 (2010)
ISSN
1040-7308
DOI
10.1007/s11065-009-9115-0
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1085316
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1085316
date created
2010-12-08 16:57:47
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2016-12-19 15:44:33
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  abstract     = {The ability to specify differential predictions is a mark of a scientific models' value. State regulation deficits (SRD) and delay aversion (DAv) have both been hypothesized as context-dependent dynamic dysfunctions in ADHD. However, to date there has been no systematic comparison of their common and unique elements. Here we review these hypotheses-and describe the core and secondary manifestations of the two constructs and review evidence in support of them. Second, we focus on what are seen as the hallmark indicators of the two deficits-preference of small immediate over large delayed rewards for DAv and the slow event rate effect for SRD. We describe the overlap between these two manifestations and then explore how experimental manipulations and the analysis of neuropsychological and physiological mediators of effects can allow us to differentiate these two patterns of neuropsychological dysfunction on the basis of specific predictions. Finally, we highlight the implications of neuropsychological heterogeneity for the practical implementation of tests of DAv and SRD.},
  author       = {Barke, Edmund and Wiersema, Roeljan and Van der Meere, Jacob and Roeyers, Herbert},
  issn         = {1040-7308},
  journal      = {NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW},
  keyword      = {State regulation,Cognitive energetic,Delay aversion,Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder,RESPONSE-INHIBITION,WORKING-MEMORY,SUSTAINED ATTENTION,DECISION-MAKING,ADHD CHILDREN,EVENT RATE,REWARD ANTICIPATION,HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER,DUAL PATHWAY MODEL,STRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE,Delayed reward,Delay of gratification,Event rate},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {86--102},
  title        = {Context-dependent dynamic processes in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: differentiating common and unique effects of state regulation deficits and delay aversion},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11065-009-9115-0},
  volume       = {20},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Barke, Edmund, Roeljan Wiersema, Jacob Van der Meere, and Herbert Roeyers. 2010. “Context-dependent Dynamic Processes in Attention Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder: Differentiating Common and Unique Effects of State Regulation Deficits and Delay Aversion.” Neuropsychology Review 20 (1): 86–102.
APA
Barke, E., Wiersema, R., Van der Meere, J., & Roeyers, H. (2010). Context-dependent dynamic processes in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: differentiating common and unique effects of state regulation deficits and delay aversion. NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW, 20(1), 86–102.
Vancouver
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Barke E, Wiersema R, Van der Meere J, Roeyers H. Context-dependent dynamic processes in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: differentiating common and unique effects of state regulation deficits and delay aversion. NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW. 2010;20(1):86–102.
MLA
Barke, Edmund, Roeljan Wiersema, Jacob Van der Meere, et al. “Context-dependent Dynamic Processes in Attention Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder: Differentiating Common and Unique Effects of State Regulation Deficits and Delay Aversion.” NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REVIEW 20.1 (2010): 86–102. Print.