Here you can find published or pre-print research papers analysing the CALM sample. To find other published work by the CALM researchers, please visit the personal pages found here.
- The cingulum as a marker of individual differences in neurocognitive development (2019)
- A transdiagnostic study of children with problems of attention, learning and memory (CALM, 2019)
- Children’s academic attainment is linked to the global organization of the white matter connectome (2018)
- Data-driven subtyping of executive function related behavioural problems in children (2018)
- This paper was featured in a recent editorial of JAACAP which described the study design as providing a “significant advance in psychiatric research”, you can read the full editorial here.
- Remapping the cognitive and neural profiles of children who struggle at school (pre-print, 2018)
- Cognition and behaviour in learning difficulties and ADHD: A dimensional approach (pre-print, 2018)
- The role of the structural connectome in literacy and numeracy development in children (pre-print, 2017)
- Data-driven brain-types and their cognitive consequences (pre-print, 2017)
- Differences in brain morphology and working memory capacity across childhood (2017)