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    • Hannah L R Checkley

      Hannah L R Checkley

      School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK



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      School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK



      Hannah L R Checkley: Influence Statistics

      Sample of concepts for which Hannah L R Checkley is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      rrst distinct #6
      tsrelated phonic tics #6
      tslike behaviors #6
      increased fffs #6
      adhd tslike behaviors #6
      increased goalorientation #6
      fffs reduced #6
      basfun seeking associations #6
      tourettelike behaviors #6
      tourette behaviors #6
      role rrst #6
      role reinforcement sensitivity #7
      sensitivity fffs #15
      hyperactivity tourette #16
      reinforcement sensitivity adhd #20
      theory rrst #27
      basfun seeking #27
      impulsivity bas #35
      basreward responsiveness #35
      adhd hyperactivity impulsivity #42
      rrst #46
      impulsivity linked #54
      general population adhd #58
      selfreport checklists #63
      sensitivity bas #66
      sensitivity adhd #75
      basdrive #78
      revised reinforcement #85


      Prominent publications by Hannah L R Checkley

      KOL-Index: 3520

      Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Tourette Syndrome (TS) present as distinct conditions clinically; however, comorbidity and inhibitory control deficits have been proposed for both. Whilst such deficits have been studied widely within clinical populations, findings are mixed-partly due to comorbidity and/or medication effects-and studies have rarely distinguished between subtypes of the disorders. Studies in the general population are sparse. Using a continuity ...

      Known for Conditioned Inhibition | Inhibitory Control | Adhd Behaviors | Tourette Syndrome | Distinct Conditions
      KOL-Index: 2106

      Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Tourette syndrome (TS) present as distinct conditions clinically; however, they show comorbidity and inhibitory control deficits have been proposed to underlie both. The role of reinforcement sensitivity in ADHD has been studied previously, but no study has addressed this in relation to TS-like behaviors in the general population. The present study examined these associations within the remit of the revised Reinforcement Sensitivity ...

      Known for Reinforcement Sensitivity | Hyperactivity Impulsivity | Attention Deficit | Fun Seeking | Disorder Adhd

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      Hannah L R Checkley:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichHannah L R Checkleyhas direct influence:Reinforcement sensitivity theory,  Reinforcement sensitivity,  Inhibitory control,  Conditioned inhibition,  Role rrst,  Tslike behaviors,  Basfun seeking associations,  General population adhd.

      Hannah L R Checkley:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Hannah L R Checkley has influence:Conditioned inhibition,  Tic learning,  Inhibitory control,  Bas scales,  Adhd symptoms,  Negative pictures,  Tonic dopamine.



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