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Unearthing the Missed Diagnosis
Paul Beljan, PsyD
03.17.2019
Schools often utilize the discrepancy model to identify learning disorders. Dr. Beljan discusses the inherent flaws with the discrepancy and offers a neuropsychologically-informed approach for more accurately and comprehensively diagnosing learning disorders.
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Executive Functioning in Children Who Are Gifted
Paul Beljan, psyd
01.13.2020
Dr. Beljan discusses the brain basis of attention and executive functioning, specifically as it pertains to children who are gifted. Gifted children represent a disproportional amount of children identified with ADHD which is as widely misdiagnosed as it is widely misunderstood and unfortunately mistreated.
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Autism: The Light at the End of the Tunnel
justin gardner, psyd
11.12.2020
If you’ve ever rented or bought a house, you know that lighting can make or break an entire space. From dingy overhead lighting to fluorescent bathroom lights, the wrong lighting can be the difference between a good mood and a bad day.
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Your Child Isn't Broken
justin gardner, psyd
10.20.2021
Building on novel research into the applications of computational modeling in psychology, Dr. Gardner explains the neuropsychological underpinnings of Autism Spectrum Disorder and how even children with relatively lower functioning Autism are not that impaired as people may think.

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