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The instrument used was the EDAH, filled out by teachers and parents, which .. Farré A, Narbona J. EDAH: Escala para la evaluación del trastorno por déficit. ADHD Rating Scale (EDAH in the Spanish version) and DSM interviews. The use TDAH, Escala de Valoración del TDAH de Conners, Escala de TDAH para. Key words: BASC, EDAH, Social skills, Leadership, ADHD, Attention deficit/hiperactivity disorder del TDAH de la escala para la evaluación del déficit de.


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Censo Poblacional Nacional Acceso el 03 de abril de Ten-year review of rating scales. Acceso el 04 escala edah abril de Censo Poblacional Nacional Acceso el 03 de abril de Ten-year review of rating scales.

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Acceso el 04 de abril escala edah Moreover, the finding of a subgroup of ADHD diagnosed children who were able to show a good performance despite their diagnosis has to be reported. For this subgroup, formed by children who may be able to control themselves in highly structured environments and tasks, the prognosis seems positive.

Finally, the current study, in agreement with numerous previous researches Areces et al.


There are escala edah related to the sample group. The ADHD predominantly hyperactive-impulsive subtype was not included separately but merged with the group of mixed or combined subtype.

Virtual Reality-based Assessment and Rating Scales in ADHD Diagnosis

Nevertheless, excluding this escala edah allows drawing conclusions across all three subtypes. Other limitations refer to the control group.

In this study, we only considered typically-developing children. We did not include a group with psychopathology.

As a result, we are not able to assert if the intergroup differences are only due to the ADHD condition or to other learning or potential neurodevelopment conditions not previously identified, at least partially, for the individuals comprised in the control group.

To carry out the second objective of the study, only those subjects in the sample whose EDAH results were registered escala edah by item were recruited.

This resulted in a escala edah decrease in the number of subjects in this analysis and consequently, a decrease in the general representativeness. Limitations in the extent to which virtual reality simulations reflect real experiences of individuals as well as limitations related to psychological concerns influence of VR on cognitive performance, internal and ecological validity escala edah tools, utility for all populations, lack of normative data properties for different clinical populations must be also taken into account.

Finally, although the AULA may be a useful clinical tool for ADHD diagnosis and the identification of subtypes of attentional disorders in children, its usage does not seem to be vastly superior to other instruments.

The sensitivity and specificity of this instrument in relation to other escala edah of attention, such as seen in the Continuous Performance Test, are similar Negut et al.

Technology development, including VR, is continuing to grow and new applications are definitely emerging for escala edah field of neuropsychology.


VR escala edah offers a great opportunity to work in real-world simulation scenarios by means of safe, attractive, and controlled environments Nolin et.

Neuropsychologists should continue to move beyond in research for new strategies to assess cognitive abilities that allow them to offer patients effective and high quality diagnosis services.

Future research may try to obtain different neuropsychological profiles for ADHD and other developmental disorders in order to help increase accuracy in differential diagnosis, not only between different ADHD subtypes, or between ADHD and healthy controls, but also between ADHD and other learning, behavioral or neurodevelopmental disorders that sometimes may coexist with ADHD and mask actual results by increasing or decreasing performance.

More specifically, the role and impact of high and very high IQs, other learning disorders such as dyslexia escala edah, and conditions related to processing speed that may be inappropriately diagnosed as ADHD will have to be included in future studies.