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Effect of Body-Oriented Training on Executive Abilities in Children With ADHD One Year After Completing Training

      It is important to develop trainings for improving the executive abilities in children with ADHD. We have revealed that body-oriented training has positive effect on executive abilities in children with ADHD (Kiselev & Parshakova, 2018). Moreover, we have shown that this training has positive effect on executive abilities in these children six months after completing this therapy (Kiselev, 2020). The goal of this study was to reveal effect of body-oriented training on executive abilities in children with ADHD one year after completing therapy.
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