A network perspective on adult ADHD

@inproceedings{Mostert2016ANP,
  title={A network perspective on adult ADHD},
  author={Jeanette C. Mostert},
  year={2016}
}
ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is often associated with very active children. However, when these children become adults many still experience symptoms of inattentiveness and high impulsivity. Little is currently known about what causes ADHD in adulthood. Cognitive functions such as attention rely on several brain regions that together form functional networks. Jeanette Mostert investigated whether the symptoms of adults with ADHD can be explained by reduced communication… CONTINUE READING

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