Objective: The Batteria-III (B-III) is parallel measure of the Woodcock-Johnson Test of Achievement, Third Edition (WJ-III). Evaluation of academic achievement is a common part of neuropsychological evaluation conducted for children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disorder (LD), although little is currently known regarding B-III performance in Spanish speaking children who have these disorders. The current study examined B-III achievement test scores in a sample of Spanish-speaking children of Puerto Rican descent. Method: The current study included 121 children who were 9.7 years old (sd = 2.8), 35.9% female, and had Full Scale IQ's of 94.3 (sd = 15.5). These children were referred for neuropsychological evaluation and included in this study if they were diagnosed with ADHD (n = 32), ADHD and comorbid LD (n = 48), or LD (n = 16). Twenty six children with no diagnosis were included as a control sample. Results: ANOVA's comparing groups on...

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