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Arch will need to determine the best approach for conceptualizing AIS and NS (categorical vs. dimensional), evaluating data from different informants, assessing ODD symptoms, and considering different developmental periods to improve our understanding of relations between ADHD and ODD. Contextual Variables The modest convergence in group differences for the two informant-based classification syste
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Istent with two-hit genetic models for various diseases, which indicate that differentially greater severity may actually indicate unique pathogenic processes.29 Findings also raise questions regarding the ODD diagnosis, given that youth meeting the 3-symptom criteria for AIS would not meet DSM criteria for ODD without a fourth symptom. However, the results of previous work30,31 indicate that yout
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Istent with two-hit genetic models for various diseases, which indicate that differentially greater severity may actually indicate unique pathogenic processes.29 Findings also raise questions regarding the ODD diagnosis, given that youth meeting the 3-symptom criteria for AIS would not meet DSM criteria for ODD without a fourth symptom. However, the results of previous work30,31 indicate that yout
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,3,4,32 and the present study is no exception. Nevertheless, co-occurring ADHD symptom severity (both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive behaviors) was comparable among the younger AIS and NS groups, as well as teacher-defined AIS and NS groups. This pattern of findings is consistent with research suggesting that AIS does not differentially predict ADHD severity compared with NS10,11 and sugges
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,3,4,32 and the present study is no exception. Nevertheless, co-occurring ADHD symptom severity (both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive behaviors) was comparable among the younger AIS and NS groups, as well as teacher-defined AIS and NS groups. This pattern of findings is consistent with research suggesting that AIS does not differentially predict ADHD severity compared with NS10,11 and sugges
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Prefers novel and varied stimulation, could find such diverse stimulation inPrefers novel and varied stimulation, could find such diverse stimulation in sad music because of the range and variety of feelings associated with it and thus experience an optimal state of well-being (see Figure 2 for details).FIGURE 2 | Two examples of how homeostatic imbalance results in pleasurable response to s
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Omeostasis. In example 2, for individuals who are highly open to experienceOmeostasis. In example 2, for individuals who are highly open to experience, their state of optimal functioning occurs when engaged with diverse and arousing stimuli. Listening to sad music could induce a variety of emotions, serving as the desired diverse stimuli, which someone open to experience would find pleasurab
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Entia (Vink et al., 2004), schizophrenia (M sler et al., 2011), and moodEntia (Vink et al., 2004), schizophrenia (M sler et al., 2011), and mood and anxiety disorders (Koelsch et al., 2006; Maratos et al., 2008). Controlled clinical trials have found that music therapy, in conjunction with standard medical care, can have a significant positive effect on various symptoms associated with these
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