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INTRODUCTION. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most frequent neurodevelopmental problem in childhood, with significant repercussions that continue into adulthood. This means that an appropriate therapeutic intervention is vital to improve its prognosis. AIMS. To identify the ideal pharmacological options according to the(More)
INTRODUCTION Evoked potentials P300 and the analysis of executive functions have shown their utility in the monitoring of patients with symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). PATIENTS AND METHODS Neuropsychological profiles and evoked potentials P300 have been analysed for two groups of children with an ADHD treatment with(More)
INTRODUCTION Autism spectrum disorders make up a group of neurodevelopmental disorders that globally affect different higher brain functions in the individual, such as intelligence, the capacity to use language and social interaction. Today, although there is still no curative treatment for autism, there are a number of non pharmacological interventions(More)
INTRODUCTION The neuropsychological assessment of the functions of attention and the executive functions in patients with clinical features compatible with a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is considered a priority study to be able to offer a basic study. It is also necessary to be able to carry out a short- and long-term(More)
INTRODUCTION Several studies have reported differences in behaviour in patients with various subtypes of attention deficit with hyperactivity and the benefits of psychostimulant medication in the treatment of behaviour problems of patients with the attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (TDAH). OBJECTIVES 1. To determine possible differences in(More)
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