hyperactivity level

hyperactivity level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the severity of patterns of inattention or impulsivity in a child from 1 year through 17 years of age. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Most important results revolved around the efficacy of the psychodrama program and the role playing technique in reducing ADHD via developing and focusing attention, reducing impulsiveness degree and minimizing motor hyperactivity levels.
The program is utilized, successfully, to reach aggressive behaviour and motor hyperactivity levels much more lower than levels before applying the exercises to the research sample.
motor hyperactivity levels in light of the diversity of the relaxation exercises being used .
This would explain why their attention and hyperactivity levels differ depending on the tasks being carried out.