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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.
Association of parental psychopathology to the comorbid disorders of boys with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder.
Major depression and dysthymia in children and adolescents: discriminant validity and differential consequences in a community sample.
Waxing and waning in concert: dynamic comorbidity of conduct disorder with other disruptive and emotional problems over 7 years among clinic-referred boys.
Is depression best viewed as a continuum or discrete category? A taxometric analysis of childhood and adolescent depression in a population-based sample.
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?
Maternal depression and early positive parenting predict future conduct problems in young children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Very early predictors of adolescent depression and suicide attempts in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Shared genetic influences on negative emotionality and major depression/conduct disorder comorbidity.
Higher-order genetic and environmental structure of prevalent forms of child and adolescent psychopathology.
Mothers' and fathers' perceptions of child deviance: roles of child behavior, parental depression, and marital satisfaction.
Should relational aggression be included in DSM-V?
Peer social status of children with anxiety disorders.
Personality dimensions as common and broadband-specific features for internalizing and externalizing disorders.
Validity of DSM-IV Subtypes of ADHD for Young Children