Tracing Syndrome-Specific Trajectories of Attention Across the Lifespan

@article{Cornish2007TracingST,
  title={Tracing Syndrome-Specific Trajectories of Attention Across the Lifespan},
  author={K. Cornish and G. Scerif and A. Karmiloff-Smith},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2007},
  volume={43},
  pages={672-685}
}
This paper maintains that studies of atypical attention targeting one particular age group are unlikely to be informative of syndrome-specific deficits and their developmental changes. We propose a new approach to the study of attentional deficits in genetic disorders, arguing for tracing cross-syndrome developmental trajectories from infancy through childhood to adulthood. Few studies have incorporated a developmental approach to determine whether the pattern of deficits and proficiencies… Expand
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