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"In the school system, children who have attention difficulties are often forgotten because, unlike hyperactive kids, they don't disturb the class. However, we know that we can train children to pay attention through appropriate activities, and that can help encourage success at school."
"These two health issues have now been more precisely dissected, and we may now need to define a differentiated type of inattention that is independent from hyperactivity, to improve our understanding of the phenomenon and better tailor interventions."
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