Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • jcpp advances

    Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and white matter microstructure: The importance of dimensional analyses and sex differences

    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. Scott A. Jones et al

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    Managing Impulsive and Risky Behaviour – Episode 6 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    (TRIGGER WARNING: Please be aware that this podcast discusses self-harm, substance abuse, sexual consent, and behaviours that can be described as impulsive or risky.)

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode focuses on managing impulsive and risky behaviour, and Blandine is joined by Ruth Pearse, from Parenting Special Children. This podcast also features clips from two young adults, Emily and Alex, who share their lived experiences of ADHD, and managing impulsive and risky behaviour.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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    Free Virtual Issue

    Limited edition Virtual Issue available to access free of charge until 31 October 2022.

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    Women and ADHD: Diagnosis & Management – Episode 5 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode is the second of a two-part special on Women and ADHD, and Blandine is joined by Dr. Jo Steer, a clinical psychologist, and Emily, Anita, and Firdawsi – three young women with lived experience of ADHD.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    Women and ADHD – Episode 4 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode is the first of a two-part special on Women and ADHD, and Blandine is joined by Dr. Jo Steer.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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  • Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke

    Perspectives on progress in ADHD science – from characterization to cause

    In this review, we provide a selective and focused survey of the scientific field of ADHD, providing our personal perspectives on what constitutes the scientific consensus, important new leads to be highlighted, and the key outstanding questions to be addressed going forward. We cover two broad domains – clinical characterization and, risk factors, causal processes and neuro-biological pathways. Edmund J.S. Sonuga-Barke (pic) et al

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  • Jacalyn Guy

    Dimensions of cognition, behaviour, and mental health in struggling learners: A spotlight on girls

    “Gender biases to stereotypically male behaviours are prevalent among practitioners, even when the focus is on identifying cognitive and learning difficulties. This underscores the need to include cognitive and female-representative criteria in diagnostic systems to identify girls whose difficulties could go easily undetected.” – from JCPP Advances

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    ADHD and Sleep – Episode 3 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode focuses on ADHD and sleep, and Blandine is joined by Emily El-Bahrawy, a young person with lived experience of ADHD, and Helen Tracey, a sleep practitioner with Parenting Special Children.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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  • ADHD Awareness Month

    ADHD Awareness Month 2022; Understanding a Shared Experience

    This ADHD Awareness Month, we encourage you to explore the learning opportunities available on our website, and to share with your networks. Together we can correct misunderstandings, educate the wider public, and highlight the lived, and shared, experience of young people with ADHD.

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

    Read more