Executive function, memory, and learning in Tourette's syndrome.

@article{Channon2003ExecutiveFM,
  title={Executive function, memory, and learning in Tourette's syndrome.},
  author={Shelley Channon and P. M. Pratt and Mary May Robertson},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={247-54}
}
Young people with Tourette's syndrome (TS) alone, TS plus attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (+ADHD), or TS plus obsessive-compulsive disorder (+OCD) were compared with a healthy control group on a set of measures of executive functioning, memory, and learning. The TS-alone group was impaired on one executive measure involving inhibition and strategy generation but did not differ significantly from the healthy control group on other measures. The TS+ADHD group showed impairment on several… CONTINUE READING

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