Executive function and attention profiles in preschool and elementary school children with autism spectrum disorders or ADHD

By: Sinzig, Judith.
Contributor(s): Vinzelberg, Isabella | Evers, Damar | Lehmkuhl, Gerd.
Series: International Journal of Developmental Disabilities 60 (3) 2014: 144-154.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): CHILDREN | AUTISM | ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER | PRESCHOOLERS | PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | EXECUTIVE FUNCTION | ATTENTION | NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING | COMPARATIVE STUDIESSummary: Notes that both autism spectrum disorder and ADHD show executive function and attention problems and these are well described in school children and adolescents, but not in preschool or elementary school children. The goal of this study is compare the neuropsychological profiles of executive and attention functions in an ADHD, an ASD and a typically developing group. Discusses the findings.
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Notes that both autism spectrum disorder and ADHD show executive function and attention problems and these are well described in school children and adolescents, but not in preschool or elementary school children. The goal of this study is compare the neuropsychological profiles of executive and attention functions in an ADHD, an ASD and a typically developing group. Discusses the findings.

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