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London SE5 8AZ, England). COMMENT. In this study conducted only in boys, inattentive behavior is a developmental risk factor for impairment of general cognitive functioning, poor reading and language skills, and a low self-esteem in school. In contrast to boys with hyperactivity and combined ADHD, pure inattentive behavior is not associated with increased susceptibility to conduct problems or disturbed family relationships. Early recognition of ADD-inattentive subtype should allow promptdoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-15-1-4 fatcat:jhbfgt62xzcdjfrp5spbbk7hfy