Journal of Attention Disorders, 05/25/2012Langmaid RA et al.
In a sample of children with ADHD–combined type who do not have developmental coordination disorder or autism, subtle handwriting differences were evident. It was concluded that handwriting might be impaired in children with ADHD in a manner dependent on symptom severity. This may reflect reports of underlying motor impairment in ADHD.
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