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Journal of Attention Disorders Vol. 21, No. 6, April 2017

A mission of APSARD is to disseminate information about evidence-supported treatments for ADHD. This objective is fulfilled by providing a contemporary cross-section of established treatments and “best practices” based on the extant research. However, this goal of APSARD is also met by highlighting emerging evidence and research that may not yet be conclusive but highlights […]

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Core Beliefs and Adult ADHD

Although ADHD symptom measures or inventories that combine measurements of symptoms with other manifestations of ADHD (e.g., executive functions) are typically used to measure treatment progress clinical outcome studies of psychosocial treatments for adult ADHD, symptom reduction is not the main treatment target of these treatments, primarily Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for adult ADHD. Rather, it is […]

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Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder

*Commentary by Dr. Margaret Weiss: Now that we are identifying children with ADHD and ASD we need to know more about how to manage this population. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder Samuele Cortese Psychiatric Symptoms and Comorbidities in Autism Spectrum Disorder (2016) DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-29695-1_6 Abstract Previous versions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual […]

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The Challenges of Implementing ADHD Clinical Guidelines and Research Best Evidence in Routine Clinical Care Settings: Delphi Survey and Mixed-Methods Study

*Commentary by Dr. Margaret Weiss: Clinical guidelines inform practice, but this type of empirical research has the potential to assure that clinical practice also informs clinical guidelines and assure their feasibility.Further evidence for the benefit of prescribing health. The challenges of implementing ADHD clinical guidelines and research best evidence in routine clinical care settings: Delphi […]

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Child vs. Adult Onset of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

To the Editor: Two longitudinal studies of epidemiological cohorts published in JAMA Psychiatry—one conducted in Brazil1 and the other in the United Kingdom2—have found evidence for adult-onset attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder(ADHD) in substantial proportions of adults with ADHD. These studies, plus an earlier one from NewZealand,3 challenge the longstanding conceptualization of ADHD as a disorder necessarily beginning […]

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ADHD Goes to College

We see many individuals who find themselves getting less out of college than they expected, or had to take time off to regroup. Among the many lessons of school, one of the more important ones for people to master is how to learn the best way for them. There are a few things clients with […]

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Longitudinal Course of ADHD in College Students

If someone with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can get into college, they should be just as likely as the next person to successfully earn their college degree, correct? Unfortunately, research findings paint a very different picture. When compared to their non-ADHD counterparts, college students with ADHD tend to earn lower grades, take longer to earn a […]

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