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children with ADHD. There was a significant difference in running memory with noninterference (t = 5.34, P ≤ 0.001), running memory with auditory interference (t = 6.23, P ≤ 0.001), and running memory with visual interference task (t = 5.86,
P ≤ 0.001) between normal control children and children with ADHD. In addition, the comparison of the mean score revealed that children with ADHD had poorer performance of interference control on visuospatial working memory tasks than normal control children in overall tasks. Conclusion: Children with ADHD exhibited inefficient control over themselves, especially in the interference condition tasks in which they performed more error responses when interacting in the tasks. The present study supports the evidence‑based mechanisms of auditory and visual interference control in visuospatial working memory of children with ADHD.
- visuospatial working memory
- interference control
- n-back task
- running working memory
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Yuen Yi Cynthia Lai (Participant), Thitiya Wangkawan (Participant) & Supaporn Chinchai (Participant)2016 → 2019
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