ADHD-solving the mystery of neuropsychological deficits
by Khan, Nawab Akhtar
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"ADHD- Solving the Mystery of Neuropsychological Deficits" is a research work aimed to identify the neuropsychological deficits of children with ADHD-Inattentive type (ADHD-IA); and also to remediate their attention deficits and fine motor Incoordination. This book highlight the issues related to children with ADHD-IA such as their co-morbid conditions, functional impairments, hidden neuropsychological deficits etc. It also highlights theories and principles of neuropsychological rehabilitation. The book also discuss about remediation of core problem of ADHD-IA i.e. poor attention span. A seven step model proposed by Parente and Anderson-Parente (1991) is discussed in the book. The book also highlight the functional impairments faced by children with ADHD-IA, and the impact of intervention procedures on such impairments. The efficacy, feasibility, durability and generalizability of attention and fine motor coordination training are also discussed in the book. In brief, the book will give deeper understanding about children with ADHD-IA, their issues, their hidden deficits and type of treatment procedures required to manage their problem.
Khan, Nawab Akhtar
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.015 m;