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    Deficits in attention, motor control, and perception: a brief review.

    Dear Editor

    I have read C. Gilberg’s paper[1] with interest but also with concern because there to my knowledge is no scientific valid paper about children with DAMP (deficits in attention, motor control, and perception).

    The term DAMP was first introduced by C. Gilberg in 1986 [2] and based on a study of 6 years old children in Gothenburg, Sweden.[3] The main aim of this study was to construct a screening i...

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