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Attention Magazine February 2007
Stories of Struggle and Success
Katrina Norfleet was serving as the senior information specialist for CHADD’s National Resource Center when her daughter, Maya, and son, Jared, were both diagnosed with ADHD.
Historias de Lucha y Logro
Katrina Norfleet servia como especialista de informacion senior del Centro Nacional de Recursos cuando su hija, Maya y su hijo, Jared, fueron diagnosticados con el TDA/H.
Aden A. Burka
Although the family patterns are most obvious as children with ADHD move from elementary to middle school, vestiges of the dependency problems continue into adolescence and adulthood, and they can be a source of considerable family tensions.
Lost in the Shuffle
ADHD-C (combined typed) and ADHD-1 (predominantly inattentive type) differ dramatically, yet within the DSM-IV, they are subtypes of the same disorder: attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Understanding the Differences Between ADHD-C and ADHD-I:
An Interview with Richard Milich.
The Genetics of ADHD
Understanding the role genes play in determining the risk, course and outcome of psychiatric problems; and the rapid growth in the number of peer-reviewed scientific literature examining complex genetic issues related to ADHD.