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Lder group). As noted above, these secondary analyses were not conducted with the background variables because of the nonparametric nature of these data.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptDiscussionRecent evidence suggests that different types of ODD symptoms have distinct correlates and outcomes,6?2 which in part contributed to a suggestion by the DSM-5 ADHD
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Rder, and manic symptoms. Secondary Analyses When controlling for youth's gender, the significance of the main effects of ODD group for co-occurring psychiatric symptoms did not change. When covarying ODD symptom severity using the same informant as was used to define subgroups, several main effects of ODD group remained significant, consistent with the idea that AIS and NS are qualitatively diffe
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Nal support for divergent ODD syndromes. Specifically, AIS is characterized by a range of differentially more severe emotional reactions as evidenced by consistencies across age and informant for GAD and, with one exception (older teacher-defined groups), MDD symptoms (AIS>NS). Furthermore, AIS and NS group differences were significant for manic symptoms (mother-defined groups) and social anxiety
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Nal support for divergent ODD syndromes. Specifically, AIS is characterized by a range of differentially more severe emotional reactions as evidenced by consistencies across age and informant for GAD and, with one exception (older teacher-defined groups), MDD symptoms (AIS>NS). Furthermore, AIS and NS group differences were significant for manic symptoms (mother-defined groups) and social anxiety
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Nal support for divergent ODD syndromes. Specifically, AIS is characterized by a range of differentially more severe emotional reactions as evidenced by consistencies across age and informant for GAD and, with one exception (older teacher-defined groups), MDD symptoms (AIS>NS). Furthermore, AIS and NS group differences were significant for manic symptoms (mother-defined groups) and social anxiety
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Group differences in developmental characteristics.J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 April 1.Drabick and GadowPageCo-occurring symptoms--The AIS and NS groups generally obtained more severe ratings than Controls (Table 4), particularly among younger youth. As was the case for mother-defined ODD groups, the teacher-defined AIS group had more severe ODD and
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Lder group). As noted above, these secondary analyses were not conducted with the background variables because of the nonparametric nature of these data.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptDiscussionRecent evidence suggests that different types of ODD symptoms have distinct correlates and outcomes,6?2 which in part contributed to a suggestion by the DSM-5 ADHD
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Lder group). As noted above, these secondary analyses were not conducted with the background variables because of the nonparametric nature of these data.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptDiscussionRecent evidence suggests that different types of ODD symptoms have distinct correlates and outcomes,6?2 which in part contributed to a suggestion by the DSM-5 ADHD