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ADHD, autism, cerebral palsy and epilepsy are the most common developmental disorders among children.
This fact sheet is written by Joy Simpson in collaboration with Mabel L. Rice, University of Kansas, an international expert on language disabilities in children, and posted by permission.
A significant ADHD study was launched in January 2008 with an aim of finding the causes and early warning signs of ADHD among pre-school age children.
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Most children and adolescents in Norway thrive and have good mental health, however many people are diagnosed with mental disorders during their childhood or adolescence,
Spending many hours in centre-based child care does not lead to more aggression and disobedience in children, according to a2013 study using data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Stud
Many ADHD diagnoses are not well documented, according to a review of the medicals records of 549 children with an ADHD diagnosis.
Using paracetamol (acetaminophen) for 29 days or more in pregnancy doubles the risk of a child being diagnosed with ADHD, according to a new study.
Early screening may not be as beneficial as previously thought, according to data from the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study.
Children born at the end of the year are more likely to receive ADHD medication or an ADHD diagnosis than children born early in the year.
Children of parents with the lowest income are three to four times more likely to be diagnosed with mental illness, compared to children of the very richest parents, according to a study from the Norw...
Most people know that lifestyle and mental health can affect their brain health, although women and people with higher education are most aware
The research project C-Me will use data from the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child cohort (MoBa) to answer key questions regarding the mental health impact of Covid-19 in the adolescent and adult pop...
Our aim is to understand the role of mental health in the reproduction of socioeconomic differences.
An overview and description of research that has examined child and youth involvement in child welfare services.
Can problems with attention or hyperactivity related to ADHD be observed in a child’s second year of life?
Do maternal blood levels of perfluoroalkyl substances and different metals (e.g. mercury, lead, and arsenic) during pregnancy have negative effects on neurodevelopment in children?
The primary objective is to examine the underlying mechanism of prenatal maternal anxiety on child behaviour.
The purpose of this project is to investigate the relationship between genetic variants, environmental exposure in pregnancy and psychological difficulties in children.
The SHoT Study (an acronym for the Norwegian name: Studentenes Helse- og Trivselsundersøkelse) is a national student survey for higher education in Norway.
This is a user survey among children and adolescents with 4-6 consultations at child and adolescent mental health outpatient clinics (CAMHS) in 2017.