Assessment OF Learning Disorders in Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

MANAL MOH.El-NABIL El SOKKARY


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Poor scholastic performance is a common problem faced by schools, parents and physicians. It is estimated that 5-15% of school going children suffers from scholastic backwardness. The human and financial costs of academic failure are extremely high. Unrecognized and Azab, S. E, Effat, S. M, Ahmed, H. H, Azam, H. M. A (2010): Etiological risks for poor scholastic performance: A clinical Study. Ain Shams University, institute of postgradual childhood studies. unremdiated scholastic backwardness has a lifelong impact on the child, affect school completion higher education, interpersonal relationships, prospects for employment, marriage etc ..... Early recognition and adequate, remediation is important and can make a big difference to child future (Nair et al., 2003). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a prevalent and impairing childhood disorder. its conceptualization has greatly evolved over the last century Nowadays its etiology includes multiple influences such as genetics, neurochemistry, neuroanatomy, and perinatal complications that are hypothesized to determine its course and expression The most prominent deficit in ADHD seems to be response inhibition that controls interference which allows individuals to control verbal and motor impulses. This impairment seems to be related to right "frontothalamostriatal circuits, with implication of both dopamine and' epinephrine being lower in ADHD patients compared to normal children. Despite attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder of childhood that represents a 


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Other Titles تق هًً صعىبات التعله في ألأطفال المصابين بفزط الحزكة ونقص الإنتباه دراسة عنل ةً مقدمه لن لً درجه الدكتىراه في صحة وتغذيه الطفل
Issue Date 2015
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/47784


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