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Child Neuropsychol. 2004 Sep;10(3):189-94.

Response inhibition in children with conduct disorder and borderline intellectual functioning.

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  • 1Klinik Am Waldsee, 56745 Rieden, Germany.

Abstract

The aim of the study was to investigate impulse control in children with conduct disorder (CD) plus borderline intellectual functioning (BIF), in children with BIF-only, and in a control group with a normal IQ. For this purpose, a Go-No-Go test with varying inter-stimulus-intervals was used. The group CD plus BIF made more errors of commission than the group with BIF only. Therefore, it was concluded that poor impulse control in the group CD plus BIF was associated with CD, not with IQ level. Poor impulse control in the group CD plus BIF was independent of the presentation rate of the stimuli.

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