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Étude descriptive sur la compréhension orale de phrases négatives entre un enfant tout venant et un enfant avec un TDAH

Abstract : Oral treatment of affirmative sentences is very different from the oral treatment of negative sentences. The latter particularly calls for rapid and effective inhibitory processes. We first focus on the affirmative form before inhibiting it to deal with negative markers : only then we get to the meaning of the negative sentence. Moreover, one of the main explanatory theories considers the inhibition deficit at the center of ADHD. We are trying to see here whether the inhibition deficit affects performance in processing negative sentences in an ADHD child compared to a child without ADHD. The results show that the child with ADHD makes more mistakes in processing negative sentences, by designating the affirmative counterparts of these sentences. On the other hand, its processing time is slower, illustrating a higher cognitive cost. The lack of inhibition appears to be closely correlated with these power performances. Other lines of approach seem to emerge through cvariables such as mental flexibility and fluid reasoning index.
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Marine Le Yaouanc. Étude descriptive sur la compréhension orale de phrases négatives entre un enfant tout venant et un enfant avec un TDAH. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02903398⟩

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