Sex differences in the activity level of preschool children as a possible precursor of hyperactivity.

Abstract

The major objective of the present study was to determine whether or not preschool age boys had a higher activity level than girls. While it is a widely known fact that more boys than girls are referred to specialists for being hyperactive, the question of whether a sex-linked pattern of hyperactivity is observable in the general population remains… (More)

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