The ADHD response-inhibition deficit as measured by the stop task: replication with DSM-IV combined type, extension, and qualification.

@article{Nigg1999TheAR,
  title={The ADHD response-inhibition deficit as measured by the stop task: replication with DSM-IV combined type, extension, and qualification.},
  author={Joel T. Nigg},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={393-402}
}
  • Joel T. Nigg
  • Published 1999 in Journal of abnormal child psychology
Although response inhibition has been proposed as a core element of child attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the literature is heavily reliant on studies using DSM-III-R diagnostic criteria, older methods of measuring response inhibition, samples of boys, and failing to control thoroughly for comorbid problems--both as diagnoses and as subclinical variation. The present study replicated a deficit in response inhibition in the ADHD combined type (DSM-IV, American Psychiatric… CONTINUE READING
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