Published: Andrew Freeman

Andrew Freeman (Psychology) with Lauren Kenworthy, Allison Ratto, Cara E. Pugliese, John F. Strang from Children's National Medical Center, Katerina Dudley from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kelly Powell from the Yale Child Study Center, and Laura Anthony from Children's Hospital of Colorado published "Preliminary Psychometrics for the Executive Function Challenge Task: A Novel, 'Hot' Flexibility and Planning Task for Youth" in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. The publication represents the first measure to assess "real-world," socially-mediated executive functioning in children and adolescents and is currently in use in multiple treatment trials for youth with autism and/or ADHD.  

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