Abstract watch: Cognitive performance and academic achievement in ADHD
In this issue, we examine Solovieva and Rojas’ neuropsychological screen for preschool children, which highlights specific cognitive strengths and weaknesses. A review by Gow et al examines the current evidence for omega-3 fatty acids in ADHD, and Piepmeier et al explore the specific executive functioning benefits that can be gained through exercise. Finally, Arnold et al compare the differences in academic outcomes between untreated and treated ADHD, providing further evidence to support early intervention.
ADHD in practice 2015; 7(1): 15–15
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