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ADHD Children Make Poor Decisions Due to Less Differentiated Learning Processes

7 hours ago − University of Zurich
Which shirt do we put on in the morning? Do we drive to work or take the train? From which takeaway joint do we want to buy lunch? We make hundreds of different decisions every day. Even if these often only have a minimal impact, it is extremely important for our long-term personal development to make decisions that are as optimal as possible. People with ADHD often find this…
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