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deficithyperactivitydisorder; PA = Physicalactivity * ;intensity of their maximum heart rate Included studies Population/Intervention Outcome Bremer et al (2016)  13 studies Population: Individuals with autism spectrum disorder aged ⩽16 years. Intervention: Exercise interventions Effect: Numerous behavioural outcomes including stereotypic behaviours, social-emotional functioning, cognition and attention Adverse effect: Not reported Authors' conclusion: Results demonstrated that exercise (...) found below this term in the MeSH hierarchy; [MAJR] = MeSH Major Topic; [TIAB] = Title or abstract; [TI] = Title; [AU] = Author; [TW] = Text Word; Systematic[SB] = Filter for retrieving systematic reviews; * = Truncation Search terms Items found Population: 1. “AttentionDeficit and DisruptiveBehaviorDisorders”/ 2747 2. AttentionDeficitDisorder with Hyperactivity/ 27226 3. "Attentiondeficit* ".ab,kw,ti. 27852 4. ("Attentiondeficit*" adj6 hyper*).ab,kw,ti. 24598 5. ("ADHD" or "ADDH").ab,kw,ti