Attentional and Executive Function Behaviours in Children with Poor Working Memory.

@inproceedings{Gathercole2008AttentionalAE,
  title={Attentional and Executive Function Behaviours in Children with Poor Working Memory.},
  author={Susan E. Gathercole and Tracy Packiam Alloway and Hannah Kirkwood and Julian George Elliott and Joni Holmes and Kerry A. Hilton},
  year={2008}
}
The purpose of this study was to explore the profiles of classroom behaviour relating to attention and executive functions in children with very poor working memory, and to test the hypothesis that inattentive behaviour and working memory problems co-occur. Teachers rated problem behaviours of 52 children with low working memory scores aged 5/6 and 9/10 years on teacher rating measures of attention and executive function behaviours. The majority of children with low working memory scores… CONTINUE READING
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