• Children with ADHD exhibit poorer touch processing

    11 monthes ago - By Healio

    Children with ADHD exhibited poorer tactile functioning, including reaction time and detection threshold, compared with typically developing children.
    “Sensory problems in children with ADHD are relatively common - Ben-Sasson et al. suggest that one in six children with ADHD has sensory impairments that have a negative impact on everyday function,” Nicolaas A.J. Puts, PhD, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, and colleagues wrote. “Tactile processing in specific is important in development, as it supports
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  • Longitudinal Assessment of Neurocognitive Function in Children with ADHD

    11 monthes ago - By Journal Watch

    Over a 4-year period, intellectual functioning stayed stable, but academic skills declined in over half of a small cohort of children.
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