Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory
Adult Executive Functioning Inventory
The CHEXI and the ADEXI have been used in several scientific studies, of which most if them can be downloaded from the links below. If you conduct research using either the CHEXI or the ADEXI, we would be most interested in reading your publication, and also provide a link to it in the reference list below.
» Camerota, M., Willoughby, MT, Kuhn, LJ, & Blair, CB (2018). The Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory (CHEXI): Factor structure, measurement invariance, and correlates in US preschoolers, Child Neuropsychology, 24, 322-337
» Catale, C., Meulemans, T., & Thorell, L. B. (2015). The Childhood Executive Function Inventory (CHEXI): Confirmatory Factorial analyses and cross-cultural clinical validity in a sample of 8–11 years old Children. Journal of Attention Disorders, 19, 489-495
» Thorell, L. B., & Catale, C. (2014). The Assessment of Executive Functioning Using the Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory (CHEXI). In Handbook of Executive Functioning (pp. 359-366). Springer New York.
» Thorell, L. B., Veleiro, A., Siu, A. F., & Mohammadi, H. (2013). Examining the relation between ratings of executive functioning and academic achievement: Findings from a cross-cultural study. Child Neuropsychology, 19, 630-638.
» Thorell, L.B., Eninger, L., Brocki, K.C., & Bohlin, G. (2010). Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory (CHEXI): A promising Measure for Identifying Young Children with ADHD? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 32, 38-43.
» Thorell, L.B., & Nyberg, L. (2008). The Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory (CHEXI): A new rating instrument for parents and teachers, Developmental Neuropsychology, 33, 526-552.
» Holst, Y. & Thorell, L.B. (2018). Adult Executive Functioning Inventory (ADEXI): Validity, Reliability, and Relations to ADHD. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 27:e1567
» Holst, Y. & Thorell, L.B. (2017). Neuropsychological functioning in adults with ADHD and adults with other psychiatric disorders: The issue of specificity, Journal of Attention Disorders, 21, 137-148
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