Do delay aversion and executive function deficits make distinct contributions to the functional impact of ADHD symptoms? A study of early academic skill deficits.

@article{Thorell2007DoDA,
  title={Do delay aversion and executive function deficits make distinct contributions to the functional impact of ADHD symptoms? A study of early academic skill deficits.},
  author={Lisa B Thorell},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={
          1061-70
        }
}
BACKGROUND The present study examined the distinct properties of executive functioning in relation to ADHD symptoms, as well as functional outcomes associated with ADHD. In line with the dual-pathway model of ADHD, executive functioning and delay aversion were expected to show independent effects on ADHD symptoms. Furthermore, relations to early academic skills were examined, and it was hypothesized that the two processes of the dual-pathway model can be differentiated in terms of their effect… CONTINUE READING

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