The role of working memory in children with comorbid ADHD
My interest in dyslexia began in the late 1960s, in the midst of much lay and professional scepticism (including that of fellow psychologists). Hopefully, it is now widely recognised that a significant minority of individuals experience inordinate difficulties in acquiring age-appropriate literacy levels, despite high functioning in other cognitive areas, the label being less important than the facts.
ADHD in practice 2010; 2(3): 16–20
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