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of attentional focus interventions for the testing of physical abilities. Studies have demonstrated providing instructions that direct an individuals’ attention externally to the effect their movement has on the environment (e.g. focusing on a distant cone or a hanging ball) resulted in superior motor performance compared to instructions that promote an internal focus of attention towards the movement of the body ( Makaruk and Porter, 2014 ; Wulf, 2013 ). An external focus of attention had an immediate positive effect on horizontal jumps ( Porter et al., 2010c

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References 1. Abdollahipour R., Land W.M., Cereser A., Chiviacoesky S. (2019) External relative to internal attentional focus enhances motor performance and learning in visually impaired individuals. Disabil. Rehabil. , 8: 1-10. 2. Abdollahipour R., Nieto M.P., Psotta R., Wulf G. (2017) External focus of attention and autonomy support have additive benefits for motor performance in children. Psychol. Sport Exerc. , 32: 17-24. 3. Abdollahipour R., Wulf G., Psotta R., Nieto M.P. (2015) Performance of gymnastics skill benefits from an external focus of attention

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Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disabilities, characterized by disruptive behaviors such as hyperactivity, inattention, impulse control, and behavioral disinhibition [ 1 , 2 ]. Parents of children with neurodevelopmental disorders are at risk for parental stress and mental health problems [ 3 , 4 , 5 ]. Children with ADHD have lower adaptive function and interpersonal relationship problems with peers, siblings, and parents that result in symptoms of anxiety or depression in parents [ 6 , 7 , 8 , 9