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School of Psychology > Centre for Innovation in Mental Health" and Year is 2017

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Risk-taking in junior doctors working night shifts in intensive care - M. Capanna, R. Hou, M. Garner, H.M. Yuen and C. Hill
Type: Article | 2017

HPA axis dysregulation in adult adoptees twenty years after severe institutional deprivation in childhood - Robert Kumsta, Wolff Schlotz, Dennis Golm, Dirk Moser, Mark Kennedy, Nicky Knights, Jana Kreppner, Barbara Maughan, Michael Rutter and Edmund Sonuga-Barke
Type: Article | 2017

Functional segregation and integration within fronto-parietal networks - Valeria Parlatini, Joaquim Radua, Flavio Dell'Acqua, Anoushka Leslie, Andy Simmons, Declan Murphy, Marco Catani and Michel Thiebaut de Schotten
Type: Article | 2017

Double-dissociation between the mechanism leading to impulsivity and inattention in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: a resting-state functional connectivity study. - Masafumi Sanefuji, Michael Craig, Valeria Parlatini, Mitul Metha, Declan Murphy, Marco Catani, Leonardo Cerliani and Michel Thiebaut de Schotten
Type: Article | 2017 | Item not available on this server.

Child-to-adult neurodevelopmental and mental health trajectories after early life deprivation: the young adult follow-up of the longitudinal English and Romanian Adoptees study - Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Mark Kennedy, Robert Kumsta, Nicky Knights, Dennis Golm, Michael Rutter, Barbara Maughan, Wolff Schlotz and Jana Kreppner
Type: Article | 2017

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