Publications

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McAuley, T., Crosbie, J., Charach, A., & Schachar, R. (in press). Clinical, sociobiological, and cognitive predictors of ADHD persistence in children followed prospectively over time. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. [pdf]

Nilsen, E., Hyuder, V., McAuley, T., & Lieberman, D. (in press). Ratings of Everyday Executive Functioning (REEF): A parent-report measure of preschoolers’ executive functioning skills. Psychological Assessment.

*Dawson, J., Rehman, U., McAuley, T., & Schryer, E. (2015). How your Executive Functioning impacts me: Findings from a normative sample of older couples. Psychology and Aging, 30(3), 589-597.

*Rints, A., McAuley, T., & Nilsen, E. (2014). Social communication is predicted by inhibitory ability and ADHD traits in preschool-aged children: A mediation model. Journal of Attention Disorders, 19(10), 901-911.

Ostojic, D., Charach, A., Henderson, J., McAuley, T., Schachar, R., & Crosbie, J. (2014). Childhood ADHD and addictive behaviours in adolescence: a Canadian sample. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

McAuley, T., Crosbie, J., Charach, A., & Schachar, R. (2014). The persistence of cognitive deficits in remitted and unremitted ADHD: a case for the state-independence of response inhibition.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55(3), 292-300.

McAuley,T., Christ, S. E., & White, D. A. (2011). Mapping the development of response inhibition in young children using a modified day-night task. Developmental Neuropsychology, 36(5), 539-551.

McAuley,T., & White, D. A. (2011). A latent variables examination of processing speed, response inhibition, and working memory during typical development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 108, 453-468.

McAuley, T., Chen, S., Goos, L., Schachar, R, & Crosbie, J. (2010). Is the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function more strongly associated with measures of impairment or executive function? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16, 495-505.

Brahmbhatt, S., McAuley, T., & Barch, D. (2008). Functional developmental similarities and differences in the neural correlates of a verbal and nonverbal working memory task. Neuropsychologia, 46, 1020-1031.

McAuley, T., Brahmbhatt, S., & Barch, D. (2007). Performance on an episodic encoding task yields further insight into functional brain development. NeuroImage, 34(2), 815-826.

McAuley, T., Yap, M., Christ, S. E., White, D. A. (2006). An ex-Gaussian analysis of inhibitory control across the lifespan. Developmental Neuropsychology, 29(3), 447-458.

Dodd, M. D., McAuley, T., & Pratt, J. (2005). An illusion of 3-D motion with the Ternus display.
Vision Research, 45, 969-973.

Attention moms: Help us learn more about family life

Parent and childrenWhat is this about? The CAN Lab is studying how parent-child behaviours may impact family life.

What will you be asked to do? The study is in two parts and involves the completion of questionnaires at home and tasks in our lab. Children also participate. 

What will you receive? All participants receive a gift card in appreciation of their time.

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