Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and their ability to disengage ongoing attentional focus: more on inhibitory function.

@article{Mandich2003ChildrenWD,
  title={Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and their ability to disengage ongoing attentional focus: more on inhibitory function.},
  author={Angela D Mandich and Eric Buckolz and Helene Polatajko},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={346-56}
}
Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD), along with their Control counterparts, completed two endogenous, spatial precue tasks. When the precue arrow was informative (.80) with respect to target location, the spatial precue effect results demonstrated that children with DCD take significantly longer than Control individuals to volitionally disengage (inhibit) attention from an endogenously cued location (i.e., a disengagement inhibition deficit). When the precue was… CONTINUE READING

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