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Anxiety and depression in Klinefelter syndrome: The impact of personality and social engagementSkakkebæk, Moore, Pedersen, Bojesen, Kristensen, Fedder, Hertz, Østergaard, Wallentin, and Gravholt2018
Characterization of autism spectrum disorder and neurodevelopmental profiles in youth with XYY syndromeJoseph, Farmer, Chlebowski, Henry, Fish, Makiw, Xenophontos, Clasen, Saul, Seidlitz, Blumenthal, Torres, Thurm, and Raznahan2018
Everything You Never Knew About the ADHD BrainKravit2018
Testosterone in Infants with XXYTartaglia, Majidi, and Davis2018
Klinefelter Syndrome – Integrating Genetics, Neuropsychology and EndocrinologyGravholt, Chang, Wallentin, Fedder, Moore, and Skakkebæk2018
Vocal and gestural productions of 24-month-old children with sex chromosome trisomiesZampini, Draghi, Silibello, Dall’Ara, Rigamonti, Suttora, Zanchi, Salerni, Lalatta, and Vizziello2018
Testosterone Therapy in Men With Hypogonadism: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice GuidelineBhasin, Brito, Cunningham, Hayes, Hodis, Matsumoto, Snyder, Swerdloff, Wu, and Yialamas2018
Salivary testosterone in relation to social cognition and social anxiety in children and adolescents with 47,XXY (Klinefelter syndrome)Van Rijn2018
Klinefelter Syndrome. The Effects of Early Androgen Therapy on Competence and Behavioral PhenotypeFlannigan, Patel and Paduch2018
Klinefelter syndrome: more than hypogonadismKanakis and Nieschlag2018
DNA hypermethylation and differential gene expression associated with Klinefelter syndromeSkakkebæk, Nielsen, Trolle, Vang, Hornshøj, Hedegaard, Wallentin, Bojesen, Hertz, Fedder, Østergaard, Pedersen, and Gravholt2018
Fertility achieved through in vitro fertilization in a male patient with 48,XXYY syndromeLiu, Zhao, Hong, Mao, Yang, Zhang, and Jiang2017
Quality of life in men with Klinefelter syndrome: the impact of genotype, health, socioeconomics, and sexual functionSkakkebæk, Moore, Chang, Fedder, and Gravholt2017
Androgen Treatment Effects on Motor Function, Cognition, and Behavior in Boys with Klinefelter SyndromeRoss, Tartaglia, Davis, Reiss, et al2017
Expanding the Phenotype of Triple X Syndrome: A Comparison of Prenatal Versus Postnatal DiagnosisWigby, D’Epagnier, Howell, Reicks, Wilson, Cordeiro, and Tartaglia2016
Advances in the Interdisciplinary Care of Children with Klinefelter SyndromeDavis, Howell, Wilson, Tanda, Ross, Zeitler, and Tartaglia2016
The Brain-Behavior Connection In Children with ADHDNigg2016
Oxandrolone Yields Short-term Benefits in Treating Klinefelter’s SyndromeDavis, Cox-Martin, Bardsley, Kowal, Zeitler, and Ross2016
The role of genes, intelligence, personality, and social engagement in cognitive performance in Klinefelter syndromeSkakkebæk, Moore, Pedersen, Bojesen, Kristensen, Fedder, Laurberg, Hertz, Østergaard, Wallentin, and Gravholt2016
The Klinefelter syndrome: current management and research challengesNieschlag, Ferlin, Gravholt, Gromoll, Kohler, Lejeune, Rogol, and Wistuba2016
The Impact of Living with Klinefelter Syndrome: A Qualitative Exploration of Adolescents and AdultsTurriff, Macnamara, Levy, and Biesecker2016
Secrets of the ADHD Brain: Why We Think, Act, and Feel the Way We DoDodson2016
What are the treatments for symptoms in Klinefelter syndrome (KS)?NIH2016
ACMG Releases Updated Position Statement on Noninvasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS) for Detection of Fetal Aneuploidy: Addresses Questions About Expanded Role of NIPS in Prenatal PracticeACMG2016
Sex Isn’t Chromosomes: The Story of a Century of Misconceptions about X & YSteadman2015
Executive dysfunction and the relation with behavioral problems in children with 47,XXY and 47,XXXVan Rijn and Swaab2015
Positive Effects of Early Androgen Therapy on the Behavioral Phenotype of Boys with 47,XXYSamango-Sprouse, Stapleton, Lawson, Mitchell, Sadeghin, Powell, and Gropman2015
Cognitive and behavioral profile of 47,XXX (Trisomy X): A research approachVan Rijn2015
Phenotype and Adverse Quality of Life in Boys with Klinefelter SyndromeClose, Fennoy, Smaldone, and Reame2015
50 Shades of Gray: Depression Common in Borderline TestosteroneTucker2015
Brain and behavior in 48, XXYY syndromeHanley, Blumenthal, Raitano Lee, Baker, Clasen, and Gied2015
In the Dark: Challenges of Caring for Sons with Klinefelter SyndromeClose, Sadler, and Grey2015
Testis Development and Reproductive Options in Males with Klinefelter SyndromeDavis, Rogol, and Ross2015
Club helps teens learn how to mix and mingleGrace2014
Feminized behavior and brain gene expression in a novel mouse model of Klinefelter SyndromeNgun, Ghahramani, Creek, Williams-Burris, Barseghyan, Itoh, Sánchez, McClusky, Sinsheimer, Arnold, and Vilain2014
Exercising the Mind to Treat Attention DeficitsGoleman2014
When to ask male adolescents to provide semen sample for fertility preservation?Dabaja, Wosnitzer, Bolyakov, Schlegel, and Paduch2014
Genetic evaluation of male infertilityWosnitzer2014
Clinical research: Extra X impairs awareness of others’ mindsYandell2014
Medical treatment of male infertilityDabaja and Schlegel2014
Latest Testosterone Study Finds No Heart Attack RiskMelville2014
FDA Panel Rejects New Oral Testosterone Replacement DrugHand2014
‘Striking’ Impact of Bullying on Teens’ Mental, Physical HealthBrauser2014
Surgical management of male infertility: an updateVelasquez and Tanrikut2014
Executive Function: What Does It Mean? Why Is It Important? How Can We Help?Katz2014
Social Attention, Affective Arousal and Empathy in Men with Klinefelter Syndrome (47,XXY): Evidence from Eyetracking and Skin ConductanceVan Rijn, Barendse, van Goozen, and Swaab2014
Long-term testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of prostate cancerElsevier Health Sciences2014
Management of Klinefelter syndrome during transitionGies, Unuane, Velkeniers, and De Schepper2014
Growing Up with XYYUnique - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group2014
Autism spectrum disorders in XYY syndrome: two new cases and systematic review of the literatureMargari, Lamanna, Craig, Simone, and Gentile2014
Brain morphology in children with 47,XYY syndrome: a voxeland surface-based morphometric studyLepage, Hong, Raman, Marzelli, Roeltgen, Lai, Ross, and Reiss2014
Putting the 'T'rouble in Testosterone Therapy?Vega2014
Cognitive and neurological aspects of sex chromosome aneuploidiesHong and Reiss2014
The Sexual Politics of AutismHughes2014
Seeing X Chromosomes in a New LightZimmer2014
Association of Testosterone Therapy With Mortality, Myocardial Infarction, and Stroke in Men With Low Testosterone LevelsVigen, O’Donnell, Barón, et al2013
47,XYY Syndrome: Clinical Phenotype and Timing of AscertainmentBardsley, Kowal, Levy, Gosek, Ayari, Tartaglia, Lahlou, Winder, Grimes, and Ross2013
Video Game ‘Addiction’ More Likely With Autism, ADHDGordon2013
FDA Panel Split on Safety of Long-Acting TestosteroneBrooks2013
Timing of Diagnosis of 47,XXY and 48,XXYY: A Survey of Parent ExperiencesVisootsak, Ayari, Howell, Lazarus, and Tartaglia2013
Klinefelter syndrome: the commonest form of hypogonadism, but often overlooked or untreatedNieschlag2013
First Brain-Wave Test for ADHD Approved by FDALowes2013
Neuroanatomical correlates of Klinefelter syndrome studied in relation to the neuropsychological profileSkakkebæk, Gravholt, Rasmussen, Bojesen, Jensen, Fedder, Laurberg, Hertz, Ostergaard, Pedersen, and Wallentin2013
A qualitative exploration of mothers’ and fathers’ experiences of having a child with Klinefelter syndrome and the process of reaching this diagnosisBourke, Snow, Herlihy, Amor, and Metcalfe2013
The social brain in psychiatric and neurological disordersKennedy and Adolphs2012
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in Children and Adolescents with Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy: XXY, XXX, XYY, and XXYYTartaglia, Ayari, Hutaff-Lee, and Boada2012
Living with Klinefelter Syndrome (47,XXY) Trisomy X (47, XXX) and 47, XYY: A Guide for Families and Individuals Affected by Extra X and Y Chromosome VariationsCover2012
Klinefelter’s syndrome—a diagnosis mislaid for 46 yearsAnonymous patient, Bhartia, and Ramachandran2012
Behavioral and Social Phenotypes in Boys With 47,XYY Syndrome or 47,XXY Klinefelter SyndromeRoss, Roeltgen, Kushner, Zinn, Reiss, Zeger Bardsley, McCauley, and Tartaglia2012
Clinical review: Klinefelter syndrome - a clinical updateGroth, Skakkebæk, Høst, Gravholt, and Bojesen2012
Sex chromosomes and the brain: a study of neuroanatomy in XYY syndromeBryant, Hoeft, Lai, Lackey, Roeltgen, Ross, and Reiss2012
Reduced artery diameters in Klinefelter syndromeForesta, Caretta, Palego, Ferlin, Zuccarello, Lenzi, and Selice2012
Language Delay in Boys? Consider Klinefelter SyndromeJancin2012
Cardiovascular abnormalities in Klinefelter syndromePasquali, Arcopinto, Renzullo, Rotondi, Accardo, Salzano, Esposito, Saldamarco, Isidori, Marra, Ruvolo, Napoli, Bossone, Lenzi, Baliga, Saccà, and Cittadini2012
Vulnerability for autism traits in boys and men with an extra X chromosome (47,XXY): the mediating role of cognitive flexibilityVan Rijn, Bierman, Bruining, and Swaab2012
Prevalence and Psychosocial Correlates of Depressive Symptoms Among Adolescents and Adults with Klinefelter SyndromeTurriff, Levy, and Biesecker2011
Guide to Trisomy XErskine2011
IDEA – The Manual for Parents and Students About Special Education Services in TexasThe Arc and Disability Rights Texas2011
EEOC Announces Final Bipartisan Regulations for the ADA Amendments ActEEOC Press Release2011
Prevalence and diagnosis rates of Klinefelter syndrome: an Australian comparisonHerlihy, and Gillam2011
Neural systems for social cognition in Klinefelter syndrome (47,XXY): evidence from fMRIVan Rijn, Swaab, Baas, de Haan, Kahn, and Aleman2011
Individualized Education Program (IEP): Summary, Process, and Practical TipsGoodwin Procter and Autism Speaks2011
New Guide Offers Road Map To IEP ProcessDiament2011
Thinking outside the square: considering gender in Klinefelter syndrome and 47, XXYHerlihy and Gillam2011
Neuroanatomical phenotype of Klinefelter syndrome in childhood: a voxel-based morphometry studyBryant, Hoeft, Lai, Lackey, Roeltgen, Ross, and Reiss2011
AAP: Guideline Calls for Pre-K ADHD EvaluationBankhead2011
Tantrum Tamer: New Ways Parents Can Stop Bad BehaviorWang2011
Executive Function...What is this anyway?Dendy2011
The psychosocial impact of Klinefelter syndrome and factors influencing quality of lifeHerlihy, McLachlan, Gillam, Cock, Collins, and Halliday2011
How many genomes do you have?Rennie2011
Complexities of HypogonadismMuthalagu2011
48,XXYY, 48,XXXY and 49,XXXXY syndromes: not just variants of Klinefelter syndromeTartaglia, Ayari, Howell, D’Epagnier, and Zeitler2011
Effects of short‐course androgen therapy on the neurodevelopmental profile of infants and children with 49,XXXXY syndromeSamango‐Sprouse, Gropman, Sadeghin, Kingery, Lutz‐Armstrong, and Rogol2011
Hypogonadism in the Aging Male Diagnosis, Potential Benefits, and Risks of Testosterone Replacement TherapySurampudi, Wang, and Swerdloff2011
Considerations for Androgen Therapy in Children and Adolescents with Klinefelter Syndrome (47, XXY)Rogol and Tartaglia2010
Role of the X Chromosome in Social Behavioural Dysfunction and Autism-like BehaviourVan Rijn, Swaab, Bierman, and Zijlstra2010
Representations of Klinefelter SyndromeNoble2010
Postnatal screening for Klinefelter syndrome: is there a rationale?Herlihy, Gillam, Halliday, and McLachlan2010
What is Intersex?Organisation Intersex International Australia Limited2010
Assessing the risks and benefits of diagnosing genetic conditions with variable phenotypes through population screening: Klinefelter syndrome as an exampleHerlihy, Halliday, McLachlan, Cock, and Gillam2010
Testosterone Therapy in Men with Androgen Deficiency Syndromes: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice GuidelineBhasin, Cunningham, Hayes, Matsumoto, Snyder, Swerdloff, and Montori2010
Considerations for Androgen Therapy in Children and Adolescents with Klinefelter Syndrome (47, XXY)Tartaglia and Rogol2010
Sex Chromosome Aneuploidies (from The Handbook of Pediatric Neuropsychology)Wilson, Bennett, Howell, and Tartaglia2010
Mother labored to find reason for son’s developmental delaysBoodman2010
Anatomic magnetic resonance imaging of the developing child and adolescent brain and effects of genetic variationGiedd, Stockman, Weddle, Liverpool, Alexander-Bloch, Wallace, Lee, Lalonde, and Lenroot2010
A Review of Trisomy X (47, XXX)Tartaglia, Howell, Sutherland, Wilson, and Wilson2010
Social Function in Multiple X and Y Chromosome Disorders: XXY, XYY, XXYY, XXXYVisootsak and Graham2009
The psychological and social impact of Klinefelter’s SyndromeMorris, Jackson, and Hancock2009
An Extra X or Y Chromosome: Contrasting the Cognitive and Motor Phenotypes in Childhood in Boys with 47,XYY Syndrome or 47,XXY Klinefelter SyndromeRoss, Zeger, Kushner, Zinn, and Roeltgen2009
Structural and functional neuroimaging in Klinefelter (47,XXY) syndrome: a review of the literature and preliminary results from a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of languageSteinman, Ross, Lai, Reiss, and Hoeft2009
The Cognitive Phenotype in Klinefelter Syndrome: A Review of the Literature Including Genetic and Hormonal FactorsTartaglia, Boada, Janusz, and Hutaff-Lee2009
Tremor in 48,XXYY SyndromeTartaglia, Borodyanskya, and Hall2009
XYY Study Day ReportUnique - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group2008
A New Look at XXYY Syndrome: Medical and Psychological FeaturesTartaglia, Davis, Hench, Nimishakavi, Beauregard, Reynolds, Fenton, Albrecht, Ross, Visootsak, Hansen, and Hagerman2008
XXY (Klinefelter syndrome): a pediatric quantitative brain magnetic resonance imaging case-control studyGiedd, Clasen, Wallace, Lenroot, Lerch, Wells, Blumentheal, Nelson, Tossell, Stayer, Evans, and Samango-Sprouse2007
Understanding and Modifying the Behavior of Boys with XXYY: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Riley2007
Morbidity in Klinefelter Syndrome: A Danish Register Study Based on Hospital Discharge DiagnosesBojesen, Juul, Birkebæk, and Gravholt2006
Klinefelter syndrome and other sex chromosomal aneuploidiesVisootsak and Graham2006
Testosterone DeficiencyGordon2006
The structural brain correlates of cognitive deficits in adults with Klinefelter’s syndromeItti, Gaw Gonzalo, Pawlikowska-Haddal, Boone, Mlikotic, Itti, Mishkin, and Swerdloff2006
Unique - XYYUnique - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group2006
Puberty-related influences on brain developmentGiedd, Clasen, Lenroot, Greenstein, Wallace, Ordaz, Molloy, Blumenthal, Tossell, Stayer, Samango-Sprouse, Shen, Davatzikos, Merke, and Chrousos2006
Klinefelter's syndrome (karyotype 47, XXY) and schizophrenia-spectrum pathologyVan Rijn, Aleman, Swaab, and Kahn2006
Cancer Incidence and Mortality in Men with Klinefelter Syndrome: A Cohort StudySwerdlow, Schoemaker, Higgins, Wright, and Jacobs2005
Mortality in Patients with Klinefelter Syndrome in Britain: A Cohort StudySwerdlow, Higgins, Schoemaker, Wright, and Jacobs2005
Early Androgen Deficiency in Infants and Young Boys with 47,XXY Klinefelter SyndromeRoss, Samango-Sprouse, Lahlou, Kowal, Elder, and Zinn2005
Klinefelter’s syndrome (XXY) as a genetic model for psychotic disordersDeLisi, Maurizio, Svetina, Ardekani, Szulc, Nierenberg, Leonard, and Harvey2005
Neurobehavioral and Psychosocial Issues in Klinefelter SyndromeGeschwind and Dykens2004
Learning Needs of Boys With KS - Information for Teachers & ParentsCollingridge2004
Inhibin B and Anti-Müllerian Hormone, But Not Testosterone Levels, Are Normal in Infants with Nonmosaic Klinefelter SyndromeLahlou, Fennoy, Carel, and Roger2004
IEP and Lesson Plan Development Handbook of Specially Designed Instruction and Supplementary Aids and ServicesKentucky Special Education Cooperatives and Kentucky Department of Education2003
What parents are told after prenatal diagnosis of a sex chromosome abnormality: interview and questionnaire studyAbramsky, Hall, Levitan, and Marteau2001
Disorders of Executive Functions - Civil and Criminal Law ApplicationsHall and Sbordone1993
Klinefelter’s Syndrome: Historical Background and DevelopmentKlinefelter1986
Syndrome Characterized by Gynecomastia, Aspermatogenesis without A-Leydigism, and Increased Excretion of Follicle-Stimulating Hormone1Klinefelter, Reifenstein, and Albright1942