Multiple deficits in ADHD: executive dysfunction, delay aversion, reaction time variability, and emotional deficits

@inproceedings{Sjwall2013MultipleDI,
  title={Multiple deficits in ADHD: executive dysfunction, delay aversion, reaction time variability, and emotional deficits},
  author={Douglas Sj{\"o}wall and Linda M. Roth and Sofia Lindqvist and Lisa B Thorell},
  booktitle={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND The notion that ADHD constitutes a heterogeneous disorder is well accepted. However, this study contributes with new important knowledge by examining independent effects of a large range of neuropsychological deficits. In addition, the study investigated whether deficits in emotional functioning constitute a dissociable component of ADHD. METHOD The study included children with ADHD (n = 102; 7-13 years) and a control sample individually matched with regard to age and gender. The… CONTINUE READING

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