Developmental dyscalculia behavioral and attentional aspects: a research note.

  title={Developmental dyscalculia behavioral and attentional aspects: a research note.},
  author={Ruth Shalev and Judith G. Auerbach and Varda Gross-Tsur},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  volume={36 7},
Behavioral characteristics of 140 children with developmental dyscalculia (DC) were evaluated using the Child Behavior Checklist. DC children demonstrated more behavior problems than normal children but significantly fewer problems than children psychiatrically referred. DC children had significantly more attentional problems although they had normal levels of anxiety/depression. Significantly higher scores on all syndrome scales were found for DC children who had attentional problems in the… CONTINUE READING
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