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1998 - 2005

2014 - Present 2011-2013 2006-2010 1998-2005

2001 - 2005:

Jansiewicz E, Denckla MB, Newschaffer CJ, Mostofsky SHImpaired habituation in children with ADHDCognitive and Behavioral Neurology 2004; 17, 1-8.

Radonovich KJ, Mostofsky SHDuration judgments in children with ADHD suggest deficient utilization of temporal information rather than general impairment in timing. Child Neuropsychology 2004; 10, 162-72.

Mostofsky SH, Schafer JGB, Abrams MT, Goldberg MC, Courtney SM, Calhoun VD, Kraut MA, Denckla MB, Pekar JJFMRI evidence that the neural basis of response inhibition is task-dependent. Cognitive Brain Research 2003; 17:419-430.

Mostofsky SH, Newschaffer CJ, Denckla MBOverflow movements predict impaired response inhibition in children with ADHDPerceptual and Motor Skills 2003; 97, 1315-1331.

Mostofsky SH, Cooper KL, Kates WR, Denckla MB, Kaufmann, WE.  Smaller prefrontal and premotor volumes in boys with ADHD. Biological Psychiatry 2002; 52:785-794.

Mostofsky SH, Lasker AG, Cutting LE, Denckla MB, and Zee DS. Oculomotor abnormalities in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A preliminary study. Neurology 2001; 57:423-430.

Mostofsky SH, Lasker AG, Singer HS, Denckla MB, Zee DS. Oculomotor abnormalities in children with Tourette syndrome with and without ADHD. J American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2001; 40:1464-1472.

1998 - 2000:

Mostofsky SH, Goldberg MC, Landa RJ, Denckla MB. Evidence for a deficit in procedural learning in children and adolescents with autism: Implications for cerebellar contribution. J Internat Neuropsychol  Soc 2000; 6:752-759.

Mostofsky SH, Green JT, Meginley M, Christensen JR, Woodruff-Pak DS. Conditioned eyeblink response in adolescent identical twins with ataxia-telangiectasia compared with identical twin control participantsNeurocase 1999; 5:425-433.

Mostofsky SH, Reiss AL, Lockhart P, Denckla MBEvaluation of cerebellar size in attention deficit hyperactivity disorderJ Child Neurology 1998; 13:434-439.

Bradley L. Schlaggar, M.D., Ph.D., Named President and CEO of Kennedy Krieger Institute

We’re thrilled to welcome Bradley L. Schlaggar, M.D., Ph.D., to the Kennedy Krieger family as our next President and CEO.
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