James J. Hudziak mainly investigates Developmental psychology, CBCL, Clinical psychology, Child Behavior Checklist and Twin study. His Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Cross-sectional study, Genetic model and Heritability. James J. Hudziak works mostly in the field of CBCL, limiting it down to concerns involving Personality Assessment Inventory and, occasionally, Bipolar disorder in children and Receiver operating characteristic.
His work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Psychometrics, intersects with other areas such as Medical diagnosis. His Child Behavior Checklist research is classified as research in Psychiatry. In general Psychiatry study, his work on Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Anxiety often relates to the realm of Correlation, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
James J. Hudziak focuses on Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Child Behavior Checklist, Psychiatry and CBCL. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Twin study, Heritability, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Temperament. In his study, Child development is inextricably linked to Generation R, which falls within the broad field of Clinical psychology.
His study explores the link between Child Behavior Checklist and topics such as Audiology that cross with problems in Brain size. His research in Anxiety, Comorbidity, Child and adolescent psychiatry and Mood disorders are components of Psychiatry. His study in CBCL is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Latent class model, Bipolar disorder and Psychometrics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Psychiatry, Child abuse and Child and adolescent psychiatry. His work deals with themes such as Cognitive development and Mental health, which intersect with Clinical psychology. His study on Child Behavior Checklist is often connected to Occupational safety and health as part of broader study in Developmental psychology.
His studies in Psychiatry integrate themes in fields like Expectant mothers and Scale. His Child and adolescent psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Youth sports, Transgenerational epigenetics and Family medicine. His Psychopathology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Arousal and Anxiety.
His primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Psychopathology, Child Behavior Checklist and Mental health. James J. Hudziak integrates Clinical psychology and Child abuse in his studies. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Illness prevention, Cognition, Brain size and Brain development.
His Psychopathology study incorporates themes from Internal medicine, Orthodenticle homeobox 2, Depression and Anxiety. His research in Child Behavior Checklist intersects with topics in White matter, Fractional anisotropy and Neuroimaging. James J. Hudziak usually deals with Mental health and limits it to topics linked to Attention Problems and Test.
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Netherlands Twin Register: From Twins to Twin Families
Dorret I. Boomsma;Eco J. C. de Geus;Jacqueline M. Vink;Janine H. Stubbe.
Twin Research and Human Genetics (2006)
Latent Class and Factor Analysis of DSM-IV ADHD: A Twin Study of Female Adolescents
James J. Hudziak;Andrew C. Heath;Pamela F. Madden;Wendy Reich.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (1998)
A dimensional approach to developmental psychopathology.
James J. Hudziak;Thomas M. Achenbach;Robert R. Althoff;Daniel S. Pine.
International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research (2007)
Methods to Assess Adverse Childhood Experiences of Children and Families: Toward Approaches to Promote Child Well-being in Policy and Practice.
Christina D. Bethell;Adam Carle;James Hudziak;Narangerel Gombojav.
Academic Pediatrics (2017)
Child abuse, depression, and methylation in genes involved with stress, neural plasticity, and brain circuitry.
Natalie Weder;Huiping Zhang;Kevin Jensen;Bao Zhu Yang.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2014)
Adult Outcomes of Childhood Dysregulation: A 14-year Follow-up Study
Robert R. Althoff;Robert R. Althoff;Frank C. Verhulst;David C. Rettew;David C. Rettew;James J. Hudziak;James J. Hudziak;James J. Hudziak.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2010)
Screening for DSM-IV externalizing disorders with the child behavior checklist: a receiver-operating characteristic analysis
James J. Hudziak;William Copeland;Catherine Stanger;Martha Wadsworth.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2004)
Heritability of attention problems in children: longitudinal results from a study of twins, age 3 to 12.
M.J.H. Rietveld;J.J. Hudziak;M. Bartels;C.E.M. van Beijsterveldt.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2004)
Childhood intelligence is heritable, highly polygenic and associated with FNBP1L
B Benyamin;B Benyamin;Beate St Pourcain;O S Davis;G Davies.
Symptoms versus impairment: the case for respecting DSM-IV's Criterion D.
Michael Gordon;Kevin Antshel;Stephen Faraone;Russell Barkley.
Journal of Attention Disorders (2006)
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