Volume 3, Issue 116 (5-2013)                   J Except Educ 1392, __(116): 54-65 | Back to browse issues page

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Tavakoli Torghi E. A Brief Review over AttentionDeficit, Motion Control and Perception Disorders. J Except Educ. 2013; 3 (116) :54-65
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  The concept of attention deficit, motion control and perception disorders have been under clinical study for about 20 years in Scandinavia.

  The symptoms of attention deficit, motion control and perception disorders are diagnosed based on the simultaneous attention deficit disorder/ hyperactivity and growth disorder in children who are not having severe learning disorder or brain paralysis. In the worst case scenario, this disorder includes 1.5% of the total population of school children. Boys, in general, show most of the symptoms of this disorder and girls are usually not diagnosed. The problems and conditions of many Co morbidity such as behavior disorder, depression, anxiety and academic failure are some of the symptoms. Also, there is a strong correlation between autism disorders and the symptoms of attention deficit, motion control and perception.

  Family factors and endangering pre-natal conditions are very important in this disorder. Endangering social and emotional factors result in the increase of acute psychological abnormalities such as attention deficit, motion control and comprehension disorders. In a study, the social psychological disorders have been observed in adults who have not received treatment. There are effective and accessible interventions for many of these problems seen as attention deficit, motion control and comprehension disorders.

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Received: 2013/Sep/Sun | Revised: 2014/Dec/Tue | Accepted: 2014/Jul/Sun | Published: 2014/Jul/Sun | ePublished: 2014/Jul/Sun

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