Can children with ADHD be motivated to reduce bias in self-reports of competence?

  title={Can children with ADHD be motivated to reduce bias in self-reports of competence?},
  author={Betsy Hoza and Aaron J. Vaughn and Daniel A Waschbusch and Dianna K Murray-Close and George M McCabe},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  volume={80 2},
OBJECTIVE Our purpose in the current study was to examine whether children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and comparison children, if adequately motivated, are able to purposefully match their teachers' ratings of competence in multiple domains and whether any reductions in self-perceptual bias normalize self-views in relation to comparison children's self-perceptions. METHOD Participants included children with ADHD (n = 178) and comparison children (n = 86), between 7… CONTINUE READING
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