Reaction Time Variability in ADHD: A Review

@article{Tamm2012ReactionTV,
  title={Reaction Time Variability in ADHD: A Review},
  author={Leanne Tamm and Megan E. Narad and Tanya N. Antonini and Kathleen M. O’Brien and Larry W. Hawk and Jeffery N. Epstein},
  journal={Neurotherapeutics},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={500-508}
}
For the past decade, intra-individual variability in reaction times on computerized tasks has become a central focus of cognitive research on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Numerous studies document increased reaction time variability among children and adults with ADHD, relative to typically developing controls. However, direct comparisons with other disorders with heightened reaction time variability are virtually nonexistent, despite their potential to inform our… CONTINUE READING

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