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Physical Activity, Affect and Executive Functioning in Boys with ADHD

20th January, 2016

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The Journal of Attention Disorders published research on two studies to investigate the role of physical activity on the affect and executive functioning of children with symptoms of ADHD. One study explored the association between physical activity and affect in the daily lives of children with varying degrees of hyperactivity.  The second study randomly assigned children with ADHD a physical activity or a sedentary task before working on a executive function task.
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