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Although I don't know any publications exactly on that matter it is possible to be true. So please treat this as a speculation. People with Asperger Syndrome (or High-Functioning Autism) have higher attention to detail and tend to build more rigid structures in their minds (while neurotypicals may have more error-tolerant but less efficient structures). So ...


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General thoughts on factors influencing test-retest correlations From a theoretical perspective, it makes sense that groups that experience temporary states that lower state intelligence or lead to a poorer test taking orientation would have lower test-retest cognitive test correlations. By lower state intelligence, I'm referring to states of being such as ...


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Like all psychiatric disorers, ADD and ADHD are diagnosed using a set of criteria listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM The latest version is the DSM-IV-TR. The DSM-V is due out in 2013 and may change these criteria. Diagnosis is expected to be done by a licensed professional who is able to assess these criteria. From ...


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Your question is very broad. But from my reading of the literature, my hypothesis would be that there wouldn't be a difference in the degree to which learning curves are logistic. In a very general sense, learning generally involves the accumulation of a vast number of smaller components. Some components are easier to acquire than others and some yield ...


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Alright- neurodiversity vs neurotypical label aside, here is the definition of ADHD http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/adhd/diagnosis.html Here is the best example I could find which demonstrates effect of ADHD on mathematical reasoning: http://ldq.sagepub.com/content/16/1/6.short Here is a comparison between learners who are nonverbal, who have aspergers, and ...



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