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ADHD Impulsivity Linked to Greater COVID-19 Distress
Though the correlation is concerning for at-risk groups, experts believe it could inform individualized psychiatric care during crises.
ADHD Assessments Conducted Via Telehealth May Not Disadvantage Children
The APSARD study finds that most neuropsychological assessment scores did not differ significantly between both in-person and virtual visit modalities.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: The Value of Delayed Release ADHD Treatments
Methylphenidate has shown promising boosting morning function in pediatric patients with ADHD.
Comorbidities Related to Pediatric ADHD May Be Characterized Using CBCL
The Child Behavior Checklist may provide invaluable information to clinicians regarding the type and severity of comorbid psychopathologies.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: Delayed and Extended Release Methylphenidate Shows Promise
The treatment improves morning function for adolescent ADHD patients.
David W. Goodman, MD: Silver Linings in ADHD
Dr. David Goodman predicts some patients may improve their organizational skills during the pandemic.
David W. Goodman, MD: Adult ADHD Challenges During COVID-19
Adults with ADHD may face a number of challenges during the ongoing pandemic.
David W. Goodman, MD: APSARD 2021 Bringing Together International ADHD Research
The virtual conference will feature researchers from the US, Germany, Japan, and more.
CBT Impactful for Young People with Mental Health Disorders
When compared to standard care, a new CBT method results in a greater drop in SDQ Impact scores.
Substance Use Disorder Rates Higher in Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The mortality rate was higher in ASD patients with SUD than it was for a control group not suffering from ASD.
Computational Models Could Aid ADHD Diagnosis
Investigators believe using a computational system could allow clinicians to have a better read on which treatments could be effective in adolescents with ADHD.
Gestation Age Forecasts ADHD Symptoms for Individuals with Down Syndrome
More studies are needed to examine other methods of ADHD assessments.
Opportunity in Psychiatry Arises from Challenges of 2020
Experts expect more individuals to face mental health challenges caused by the events of 2020.
FDA Issues CRL for ADHD Treatment SPN-812
Supernus indicates no efficacy or safety concerns from their pediatric ADHD medication.
Montelukast Not Associated with Increased ADHD Risk in Pediatric Asthma Patients
A greater number of cumulative days of montelukast use did not increase the risk of ADHD in these patients.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: Neuroimaging for ADHD
Researchers have been unable to leverage new technology for ADHD screening.
David W. Goodman, MD: Pros and Cons of Vyvanse for ADHD
Dr. David Goodman discusses the gaps in ADHD treatment.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: Diagnosing ADHD in Pediatric Patients
It is possible to diagnose patients with ADHD as young as 2 years old.
David W. Goodman, MD: New Treatments Coming for ADHD
Treatment for ADHD is similar for adolescents and adult patients.
David W. Goodman, MD: ADHD Presentations at NEI
Dr. David Goodman will present 5 times during NEI about different ADHD issues and topics.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: The Impact of Screen Time on ADHD
A large portion of communication is non-verbal.
PRC-063 Helps Treat Adults with ADHD
Clinicians rated 82% of the patients receiving the study drug and 46% in the placebo group as either much improved or very much improved on the Clinical Global Impression of Improvement scale.
Andrew J. Cutler, MD: Screening Techniques for ADHD
Attempts to use neuroimaging to screen for ADHD in the past have failed.
Long-Acting Psychostimulants Improve Adolescent Drivers with ADHD
Both methylphenidate PRC-063 and lisdexamfetamine led to improved performances for drivers with ADHD.
Samuele Cortese, MD: Final Thoughts on Precision Medicine in ADHD
Precision medicine could have a major impact in ADHD.
ADHD and Autism Linked to Increased Hospital Stays in Early Childhood
ADHD is associated with increased procedures, including blood transfusions, hospital admissions, and emergency department visits.
Eran Orr: The Need For Better ADHD Screening
Screenings for ADHD have not improved in several years.
Samuele Cortese, MD, PhD: Precision Medicine Possible in ADHD
Medications in psychiatry are often ineffective for patients.
New Analysis Shows Public Opinion on CBD as a Treatment
Only 29.5% of sampled CBD users claimed any wellness benefit.
Samuele Cortese, MD, PhD: The Current State of ADHD Treatment
Dr. Cortese discusses how new research can drive changes to ADHD clinical trials.
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