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“…The evidence regarding externalizing symptoms is also unclear. On the one hand, some studies report that strong CF is protective against peer delinquency in pubertal boys and girls(Stepanyan et al, 2020).However, of all components of executive functioning, a meta-analysis found CF to have the smallest association with externalizing symptoms in preschoolers(Schoemaker et al, 2012) and some studies also report no signi cant relationship between externalizing symptoms and CF at all(Patwardhan et al, 2021). As a whole, research on CF in the context of childhood and adolescence seems to be sparse, and , some empirical evidence has found a link between CF and ER in associationwith adults' psychopathology (De Lissneyder et al, 2010; Loe er et al, 2019; Johnson, 2009; Koster et al, 2011; Morris & Mansell, 2018).…”
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“…The evidence regarding externalizing symptoms is also unclear. On the one hand, some studies report that strong CF is protective against peer delinquency in pubertal boys and girls(Stepanyan et al, 2020).However, of all components of executive functioning, a meta-analysis found CF to have the smallest association with externalizing symptoms in preschoolers(Schoemaker et al, 2012) and some studies also report no signi cant relationship between externalizing symptoms and CF at all(Patwardhan et al, 2021). As a whole, research on CF in the context of childhood and adolescence seems to be sparse, and , some empirical evidence has found a link between CF and ER in associationwith adults' psychopathology (De Lissneyder et al, 2010; Loe er et al, 2019; Johnson, 2009; Koster et al, 2011; Morris & Mansell, 2018).…”
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