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Rucklidge, Julia J.; McLean, Anthony P.; Bateup, Paula – Crime & Delinquency, 2013
Sixty youth (16-19 years) from two youth prison sites participate in a prospective study examining criminal offending and learning disabilities (LD), completing measures of estimated IQ, attention, reading, and mathematical and oral language abilities. Prevalence rates of LDs exceed those of international studies, with 91.67% of the offenders…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Delinquency
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Healey, Dione; Rucklidge, Julia J. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2006
This study examined the relationship among creativity, ADHD symptomatology, temperament, and psychosocial functioning by comparing four groups of children aged 10-12 years: (1) 29 ADHD children without creativity, (2) 16 highly creative children displaying ADHD symptomatology, (3) 18 highly creative children without ADHD symptomatology, and (4) 30…
Descriptors: Check Lists, Creativity, Child Behavior, Rating Scales
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Averill-Roper, Gillian; Ricklidge, Julia J. – International Journal of Special Education, 2006
This study compared emotions, assessed during fair and unfair situations, between children (aged 8 to 11) with and without behaviour problems, controlling for SES, depression, anxiety, IQ and educational achievement in order to study the relationship between emotional responses and subclinical antisocial behaviours. Group allocation was determined…
Descriptors: Children, Behavior Problems, Antisocial Behavior, Comparative Analysis
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Rucklidge, Julia J. – International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 2006
Only recently have studies included a female Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) sample when investigating neurocognitive functioning of individuals with ADHD. As such, the generalisability of findings of impaired executive functioning is limited to ADHD males. This study compared four groups aged 13-17 years: 30 male controls, 35…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Neuropsychology, Adolescents