Association Between Story Recall and Other Language Abilities in Schoolchildren With ADHD
Journal of Attention Disorders, 08/08/2012
Papaeliou CF et al. – The results show that children with ADHD recall less information from the stories than did typically developing (TD) children, while they are less sensitive to the importance of the information they recall. Moreover, it was found that children with ADHD experience problems in answering factual questions. Further analysis revealed that deficiencies in narrative comprehension may be accounted for by problems in working memory.