Behavioral Problems in Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Lying and Parental Ratings of Executive Functions. Carmen Rasmussen, PhD Department of Pediatrics University of Alberta. Neurobehavioral Deficits in FASD.
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Carmen Rasmussen, PhD
Department of Pediatrics
University of Alberta
To examine age effects, children were divided into a younger (5-8 years, n=38) and older (9-16 years, n=26) age group.
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(Newton, et al., 2000; Talwar & Lee, 2002)
E: What do you think it is?
Lying: “Did you peek to look at the toy?”
“Who do you think it is?”
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