Connie Capdevila-Brophy

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OBJECTIVE The authors investigate differences in the neuropsychological and behavioral profiles of two groups of children with ADHD, one with predominantly inattentive subtype of ADHD (PI) and high sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT; n = 19) and another formed by the rest of the sample (children with ADHD combined subtype and children with PI and low SCT scores;(More)
INTRODUCTION Recent studies suggest that the ADHD subtypes would be best conceptualized as separate clinical entities, based on their epidemiology, central and associate symptomatology. OBJECTIVES To determine the differences and similarities between subtypes in its associate symptomatology, specifically in the neuropsychological phenotype of executive(More)
INTRODUCTION The attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an heterogeneous entity with three accepted subtypes. This article reviews changes in the diagnostic criteria and controversies around the ADHD subtypes. DEVELOPMENT We review the sluggish cognitive tempo, construct which has been associated with the ADHD predominantly inattentive(More)
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