I found Tannock's chapter on language, reading, and motor control problems in ADHD the most fascinating in the book. Clinicians in Scandinavian countries note a syndrome of deficits in attention, motor control, and perception—DAMP. In ADHD, expressive language is particularly impaired. Recent studies indicate that problems in naming speed are found in autism and spina bifida as well, which suggests involvement of the cerebellum in cognitive processing. Neuropsychiatrists will be most interested in this chapter.