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Title: European 17 countries consensus endorses more approaches to APD than reported in Wilson 2018
Authors: Iliadou, Vasiliki
Ptok, Martin
Grech, Helen
Raben Pedersen, Ellen
Brechmann, André
Deggouj, Naïma
Kiese-Himmel, Christiane
Sliwinska-Kowalska, Mariola
Nickisch, Andreas
Demanez, Laurent
Veuillet, Evelyne
Thai-Van, Hung
Sirimanna, Tony
Callimachou, Marina
Santarelli, Rosamaria
Kuske, Sandra
Barajas de Prat, Jose Juan
Hedever, Mladen
Konukseven, Ozlem
Veraguth, Dorothy
Stokkereit Mattsson, Tone
Martins, Jorge Humberto
Bamiou, Doris-Eva
Keywords: Word deafness -- Diagnosis
Word deafness
Word deafness in children
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Iliadou, V. V., Ptok, M., Grech, H., Pedersen, E. R., Brechmann, A., Deggouj, N., ... & Bamiou, D. E. (2018). European 17 countries consensus endorses more approaches to APD than reported in Wilson 2018. International Journal of Audiology, 57(5), 395-396.
Abstract: It was a pleasure reading Wilson’s paper: ‘‘Evolving the concept of APD’’ (2018) insightful article on different approaches to APD set to promote understanding of the disorder. The interpretation of different position statements and/or guidelines on APD throughout the world is both interesting and useful. We would like to clarify that the European conceptualisation perspective of this disorder (Iliadou et al. 2017) endorses and attempts to synthesise more approaches than have been reported in your paper. This table better depicts the European consensus on APD (Iliadou et al. 2017) as opposed to how it was included in Wilson 2018.
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