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    Title: ADHD次分類型在認知功能與行為表現間的關係
    The relationship between cognitive function and behavior performance in ADHD subtypes
    Authors: 王淳弘
    Contributors: 修慧蘭
    Keywords: 次分類型
    cognitive function
    behavioral performance
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2009-09-17 13:21:00 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究目的,在探討以行為症狀區分的ADHD次分類型,是否也能在認知功能上有其相對映的區辨?本研究以行為症狀量表DBRS,測量受試者在不專心注意與過動/易衝動向度上的行為症狀表現,以神經心理測驗GDS,測量受試者在不專心注意與過動/易衝動向度上的認知功能表現。


    The purpose of this study is to explore that if ADHD subtypes which are discriminated by behavioral symptoms could reflect the same discriminance on cognitive functions. In this study, the performance of inattention and hyperactive/impulsive behavioral symptoms are measured by the behavioral symptom scale, DBRS; and the performance of inattention and hyperactive/impulsive cognitive functions are measured by the neuropsychological testing, GDS.

    The hypotheses of this study are that the different ADHD subtypes which are measured by behavioral symptom scale, DBRS, should have different performance pattern of cognitive functions in GDS. This study sorts 63 male subjects, aged from 6 to 9 years old, into 4 subtypes and compares the differences by one way ANOVA and explores the relationships by Pearson product-moment correlation, so as to exam the cognitive differences and the relationships between subtypes on neuropsychological test, GDS.

    The results show that the subtypes which is discriminated by DBRS have no significant differences on most related cognitive-functioning indexes of GDS. Most testing indexes do not support the hypothese in this study. From the samples of this study the results show that the performance of behavioral symptoms on DBRS, based on mother's evaluation of subject's behavior, and subjects’ performance of cognitive functions on GDS do not have consistent or matched patern. The probabilistic explanation and related suggestion will be proposed in discussion.
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