Ochilbek Rakhmanov

Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences, Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria


  • Research   
    Correlation between Vanderbilt ADHD Diagnostic Scale and the Draw-a-Man Test in School Children
    Author(s): Ochilbek Rakhmanov and Senol Dane*

    Introduction: The Draw-A-Man Test (DAMT) is a culture free developmental process test to assess children’s nonverbal abilities. It has been widely used to measure their intellectual and psychological development. The possible correlation between the results of DAMT and the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms was investigated in school-age children. Methods: Non-probability sampling method was used to select students aged 48-137 months, who are students in private educational institution from Nursery 1-2 and Primary 1-2-3-4 grades. Students were selected from private school in capital city, Abuja, Nigeria. Children were asked to draw a human figure on a piece of paper for DAMT. The Vanderbilt ADHD Diagnostic Rating Scale (VADRS) was used to assess the ADHD symptoms. Results: There was nega.. Read More»

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