Prospective prediction of developing internalizing disorders in ADHD

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Background – Clinical course in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is highly heterogeneous with respect to both core symptoms and associated features and impairment. Onset of comorbid anxiety and mood disorders during later childhood and adolescence is one critical aspect of divergent outcomes in ADHD. Characterizing heterogeneity in onset of anxiety and depression and identifying prospective predictors of these divergent courses may facilitate early identification of the children most at risk.

Authors; Sarah L. Karalunas, Dylan Antovich, Natalie Miller, Joel T. Nigg

First published: 04 December 2022

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