Michaela Junghänel
University of Cologne
Factor analysisDevelopmental psychologyPsychologyConvergent and divergent productionAutismAutism spectrum disorderChecklistImpulsivityAttention deficit hyperactivity disorderPopulationSuspected autismAutistic traitsOppositional defiantFactor structureParent ratingsConstruct validityClinical psychology
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The trait impulsivity theory suggests that a single, highly heritable externalizing liability factor, expressed as temperamental trait impulsivity, represents the core vulnerability for externalizing disorders. The present study sought to test the application of latent factor models derived from this theory to a clinical sample of children. Participants were 474 German children (age 6-12 years, 81% male) with symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and externalizing behavior problem...
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Last. Manfred Döpfner (University of Cologne)H-Index: 39
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To examine the factor structure of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the psychometric properties of the German Symptom Checklist for Autism Spectrum Disorders (SCL-ASD). Data were collected from 312 clinical referrals with suspected ASD (2-18 years). Confirmatory factor analyses and analyses of reliability, convergent and divergent validity were performed. A bifactor model with one general ASD factor and two specific factors (interaction-communication; restricted, repetitive behaviors) provided...
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#1Michaela Junghänel (University of Cologne)H-Index: 1
#2Klaas Rodenacker (University of Cologne)H-Index: 3
Last. Manfred Döpfner (University of Cologne)H-Index: 39
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To examine the construct validity of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), the bifactor S-1 approach has been applied as an alternative to the fully symmetrical bifactor models in order to eliminate anomalous results and to allow for an unambiguous interpretation of g- and s-factors. We compared and contrasted our results with those of Burns et al. (2019) and extended their analyses by taking into account a two- vs. a three-factor structure of A...
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