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JDBP Current Issue
|Editor-in-Chief:||Lee M. Pachter, DO|
|Frequency:||9 issues / year|
|Ranking:|| Behavioral Science 41/53
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics – Current Issue
- Reviewer AcknowledgmentNo abstract available
- Abstracts of Posters, Research Platforms, and Poster Symposia Accepted for Presentation at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral PediatricsNo abstract available
- Growth Trajectories in Stimulant-Treated Children Ages 6 to 12: An Electronic Medical Record AnalysisABSTRACT: Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate growth trajectories in stimulant-exposed and stimulant-unexposed children using electronic medical record data from a large health care organization attending to moderating effects of the magnitude of exposure to stimulants, sex, and race. Methods: Weight, height, body mass index (BMI), prescription, and sociodemographic information were extracted […]
- The Still-Face Paradigm: Training Model for Relational HealthNo abstract available