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Psychiatric disorders associated with substance use among children and adolescents: findings from the Methods for the Epidemiology of Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders (MECA) Study.
Waxing and waning in concert: dynamic comorbidity of conduct disorder with other disruptive and emotional problems over 7 years among clinic-referred boys.
Anxiety, inhibition, and conduct disorder in children: II. Relation to salivary cortisol.
The structure of child and adolescent psychopathology: generating new hypotheses.
Are there sex differences in the predictive validity of DSM-IV ADHD among younger children?
Anxiety, inhibition, and conduct disorder in children: I. Relations to social impairment.
Developmental transitions among affective and behavioral disorders in adolescent boys.
Higher-order genetic and environmental structure of prevalent forms of child and adolescent psychopathology.
Physiological correlates of conduct problems and anxiety in hyperactive and learning-disabled children.
Childhood obsessive-compulsive disorder in the NIMH MECA study: parent versus child identification of cases. Methods for the Epidemiology of Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders.
Peer social status of children with anxiety disorders.
Operating characteristics of alternative statistical methods for detecting gene-by-measured environment interaction in the presence of gene-environment correlation in twin and sibling studies.
Personality dimensions as common and broadband-specific features for internalizing and externalizing disorders.
Criterion Validity and Utility of the General Factor of Psychopathology in Childhood: Predictive Associations With Independently Measured Severe Adverse Mental Health Outcomes in Adolescence.
Computerized Adaptive Tests for Rapid and Accurate Assessment of Psychopathology Dimensions in Youth.
Validity of DSM-IV Subtypes of ADHD for Young Children