Background – Attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder (ADHD) has substantial heterogeneity in clinical presentation. A potentially important clue may be variation in brain microstructure. Using fractional anisotropy (FA), previous studies have produced equivocal results in relation to ADHD. This may be due to insufficient consideration of possible sex differences and ADHD’s multi-componential nature.
Authors: Scott A. Jones, Bonnie J. Nagel, Joel T. Nigg, Sarah L. Karalunas
Journal: JCPP Advances
First published: 15 November 2022