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#1. Reciprocity and alignment: quantifying coupling in dynamic interactions
Merle Fairhurst, Guillaume Dumas
Recent accounts of social cognition focus on how we do things together suggesting that becoming aligned relies on a reciprocal exchange of information. The next step is to develop richer computational methods that quantify the degree of coupling and describe the nature of the information exchange. We put forward a definition of coupling comparing it to related terminology and detail available computational methods and the level of organisation to which they pertain, presenting them as a hierarchy from weakest to richest forms of coupling. The rationale is that a temporally coherent link between two dynamical systems at the lowest level of organisation sustains mutual adaptation and alignment at the highest level. Postulating that when we do things together, we do so dynamically over time, we argue that to determine and measure instances of true reciprocity in social exchanges is key. Along with this computationally rich definition of coupling, we present challenges for the field to be tackled by a diverse community working towards...
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#2. Temperament, Executive function and ADHD in adolescents: the mediating role of effortful control
Virginia Krieger, Juan Antonio Amador-Campos, David Gallardo-Pujol
Introduction: Temperament dimensions may be related to executive functions (EF) and may be involved in the expression and maintenance of symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The current study aimed to assess whether effortful control (EC) mediates the relationship between EF and inattentive symptoms, and whether Surgency (S) and Negative affectivity (NA) mediate the relationships between EF and hyperactive-impulsive ADHD symptoms in adolescents. Methods: Working individually, participants aged between 12 and 16 years (N = 118; 75 with ADHD) performed tests of cognitive EF (working memory, planning, flexibility, and inhibition), and parents and teachers completed a multi-informant assessment focusing on measures of ADHD symptoms and temperament dimensions (EC, S and NA). Results: There were significant differences between ADHD and control participants in EF and temperament dimensions. ADHD participants had lower scores than controls in working memory, planning and inhibition EF; they also had lower scores in...
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