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Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Co-Authors Article Published in ADHD Report
Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Co-Authors Article Published in ADHD Report

Robert Eme, Ph.D., professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg recently co-authored an article in the August 2017 ADHD Report. The co-author is Susan Young, Ph.D., clinical senior lecturer in Forensic Clinical Psychology in the Centre for Mental Health, Imperial College London.

Eme and Young’s article is titled “Reliability of ADHD in Prison Populations: A Response to Murphy and Appelbaum.”

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Northern Virginia’s Brian Sharpless Quoted in Sleep Paralysis Story
Northern Virginia’s Brian Sharpless Quoted in Sleep Paralysis Story

Professor Brian Sharpless of the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia, was recently quoted in the Self Magazine story “Let's Talk About Sleep Paralysis: When You Wake Up and Can't Move.’

According to Dr. Sharpless, “women are more commonly affected than men, and those with existing anxiety disorders are more at risk than the general population.”

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http://www.self.com/story/lets-talk-about-sleep-paralysis-when-you-wake-up-and-cant-move

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Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article Published in World Journal of Psychiatry
Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article Published in World Journal of Psychiatry

Robert Eme, Ph.D., professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg recently published an article in the World Journal of Psychiatry

Eme’s article is titled “Developmental psychopathology: A primer for clinical pediatrics.”

The article’s abstract states that “developmental psychopathology (DP), broadly defined as the scientific discipline that has as its primary goal the integration of developmental science and psychopathology into a coherent approach to explanatory models for psychopathological development, has become the do­minant approach in the past decade for understanding the origins of mental disorders among children and adolescents. Hence, it is incumbent upon those working in the field of clinical pediatrics to have at least a basic understanding of its core principles of DP. This article provided such an understanding (i.e., a primer) in an exposition of the four principles that are generally considered be core elements of with examples illustrative of each of the principles.”

Read the full article here: https://www.wjgnet.com/2220-3206/full/v7/i3/159.htm

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Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Co-Authors Article Published in ADHD Report
Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Co-Authors Article Published in ADHD Report

Robert Eme, Ph.D., professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg recently co-authored an article in the August 2017 ADHD Report. The co-author is Susan Young, Ph.D., clinical senior lecturer in Forensic Clinical Psychology in the Centre for Mental Health, Imperial College London.

Eme and Young’s article is titled “Reliability of ADHD in Prison Populations: A Response to Murphy and Appelbaum.” To view the full article, visit: http://guilfordjournals.com/doi/abs/10.1521/adhd.2017.25.5.1

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