Table of Contents
- Longitudinal Course of ADHD in College Students
- Mindfulness Meditation: Enhancing Consciousness of Persons Affected by ADHD
- Neuroimaging of ADHD: Disorder-Specificity and Translation Into Neurotherapy
- Overview and Recommendations for Future Coaching/Therapeutic Research
- Navigating Facebook as an Adult With ADHD
- ADHD in College Students
- A Mindfulness Intervention for ADHD in Adulthood
- Gender Differences in Associations Between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorder
- New Developments in CBT for Adult ADHD
- Are You a Night Owl? About ADHD and Late Sleep
- Comparison of Two Measures of Working Memory Impairments in 220 Adolescents and Adults with ADHD
- Why Do Adults With ADHD Choose Strength-Based Coaching Over Public Mental Health Care? A Qualitative Case Study From the Netherlands.
- Affective Lability or Emotional Dysregulation: Diagnostic Overlaps
- Impulsivity Linked to Completed Suicides in Elementary School Aged Children
- How Do We Manage a Patient Who Presents ADHD and Comorbid Depression? How Well Do Antidepressants Work In This Patient Population?
- Are There Character Strengths Associated With Adult ADHD?: Comparison of ADHD Adults and Controls on the VIA Inventory of Strengths
- Working Memory Training in Post-Secondary Students with ADHD: A Randomized Controlled Study
- A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for ADHD in Medication Treated Adolescents
- Web-Based Intervention for Teachers of Elementary Students With ADHD: Randomized Controlled Trial
- Is ADHD a Serious Condition?
- Research & Reality: The Diagnosis of ADHD
- Smart People Can Have ADHD Too
- CBT for Adult ADHD and Brain Changes?
- ADHD and Negative Thinking
- ADHD and Bipolar Disorder in Children
- ADHD Genes Found
- How ADHD Grew Up as Kids Grew into ADHD Adults
- ADHD and Brain Imaging – Improvements for Diagnosis and Care
- ADHD and SUD
- ADHD in Adults Over the Age of 50
- How Animal Studies Speed Research in ADHD
- ADHD in Parents and Families: What We Know Now
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