Children with ADHD Show Increased Variability in Sequential Finger Movements (P07.144)

@inproceedings{Mostofsky2012ChildrenWA,
  title={Children with ADHD Show Increased Variability in Sequential Finger Movements (P07.144)},
  author={Stewart H. Mostofsky and Keri Shiels and Benjamin Dirlikov and Donald L Gilbert},
  year={2012}
}
Objective: The primary objectives of this study were to determine whether children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) exhibited greater motor variability during a timed sequential finger tapping task compared to their typically developing (TD) peers and to examine associations with variability on a traditional measure of response selection/inhibition (Go/No-Go task). Background One of the most consistent findings in ADHD is increased reaction time variability on computerized… CONTINUE READING