Executive and behavioural functioning in girls with Turner's syndrome

Kelso, Wendy Marian (2005) Executive and behavioural functioning in girls with Turner's syndrome. Other Degree thesis, Victoria University.


Turner's syndrome (TS) is a genetic disorder that arises from the complete or partial absence of the second sex chromosome. The T S behavioural phenotype has been characterised by a specific neuropsychological profile of normal verbal skills, impaired visuo-spatial and/or visuo-perceptual abilities and difficulty with motor function. Recently there have been reports of deficits in executive functions. The current study investigated the role of executive and behavioural functioning in TS females aged 6-16 years.

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Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology)

Item type Thesis (Other Degree thesis)
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/16083
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1103 Clinical Sciences
Historical > FOR Classification > 1702 Cognitive Science
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Social Sciences and Psychology
Keywords Turner's syndrome, females, girls, executive functioning, behavioural functioning, functions, IQ, visuo-spatial ability, verbal skills, non-verbal skills, neuropsychological, motor function
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