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specialty journal of psychology and management
Volume 5, 2019, Issue 1
Comparison of Side Efficacy, Reading Disorder and Verbal ‎Intelligence in Normal and Overactive Children
Negar Abdollahpour, Fahimeh Amoojavadi Langroudi, Abdollah Jalali
Pages: 43-49


Introduction & Objective: Side exclusion is one of the indicators of natural brain ‎development and varies in brain developmental damage. Undoubtedly, reading is ‎the most important and most complex educational activity of students in the years of ‎the school's opening. One of the important cognitive components that is effective in ‎reading performance is executive functions. The present study aims to compare the ‎normal and overactive students with three variables of side effects, reading disorder, ‎and verbal intelligence in girls of the third elementary school of Babolsar.‎ Materials and Methods: In this study, the statistical population consisted of all ‎elementary elementary school students of the third grade, who studied 135 children ‎in two groups of normal and overweight children in Babolsar schools in the ‎academic year of 2016-17. According to Cochran's formula, 100 people were ‎selected by multi-stage random cluster sampling. The research method is a causal-‎comparative descriptive study with independent t-test. The data gathering tool, the ‎questionnaire, the degree of supremacy of the Edinburgh Supremacy Assessment ‎Checklist, were used to assess the verbal intelligence of the Wechsler Measurement ‎Scale and to assess reading disability, reading and reading tests, Reza KaramiNoori ‎and AlirezaMoradi. Whose validity and its success were confirmed in previous ‎studies. The data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics using ‎SPSS 21 software.‎ Results: Independent t-test results showed that there was a significant difference ‎between reading and reading students in overactive and normal students. Also, the ‎results obtained in the verbal verbal variable showed a significant difference ‎between the two groups of normal students and Too active. (P≥ 0/05).‎ Conclusion: Therefore, it can be concluded that considering the importance of ‎attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in educational settings and the ‎effect of learning children with these two disorders and tackling them and their ‎families and School authorities with its problems, research into the side effects of ‎these two disorders seem necessary‎‎.

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