Sunday, June 29, 2008

Attention training can change a child's brain

The ability to pay attention has long been considered innate, with children who seem to lack this skill placed on medications, writes author Maggie Jackson. But scientific discoveries indicate that practice can pump up attention skills in adults and children -- including those with ADHD -- much like exercise can tone muscles. The Boston Globe

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