Late Breaking News From APSARD 2024 Conference
Check out these APSARD 2024 updates from Greg Mattingly, MD, president of the American Professional Society for ADHD and Related Disorders.
Unique Motivations and Patters of Substance Use in Individuals With ADHD
This APSARD 2024 conference poster finds that individuals with ADHD have distinct motivations and patterns of substance use.
Phase 3 Trial Data Supports Efficacy of Novel Treatment for ADHD in Adults
The results were shared in a poster presentation at the 2024 APSARD Annual Meeting.
APSARD Leads the Charge for Adult ADHD Guidelines
APSARD tackles the first US adult ADHD treatment guidelines.
Are You Attending the 2024 APSARD Conference?
Ann Childress, MD, the current president of APSARD, invites you to attend this year's conference!
Annual Conference Highlights New Research, Advances in ADHD
In an exclusive interview, APSARD President Elect Greg Mattingly, MD, tells Psychiatric Times readers what they can expect at this year's meeting.
Reinforcement/Reward Mechanisms: Interventions for Executive Functioning
How do children with ADHD respond differently to reward and punishment, and how can we help them improve their executive functions?
ADHD, Infections, and the Immune System
What are the connections between ADHD, infectious diseases, and COVID-19?
Introducing the APSARD Health Equity Task Force
How are minority children with ADHD affected by diagnostic, treatment, and educational inequities—and what can we do about it?
The College Experience for Students with ADHD
How does an ADHD diagnosis affect the college experience? Recent research allows the students to weigh in.
Did You Miss It? Adult ADHD Diagnosis
Is ADHD underdiagnosed or overdiagnosed? One doctor emphatically says the former.
The Variable You Can’t Touch: Advances in Mental Health Measurements
You cannot touch mental health impairments, so how best can we measure them? Adaptive testing may be the answer.
ADHD in Sexual and Gender Minority College Students
College students who identify as a sexual and gender minority who also have ADHD may be at higher risk of functional impairments, substance use, and psychiatric comorbidities.
Helicopter Parenting & Adolescents With ADHD: Associations and Conclusions
Helicopter parenting in teens with ADHD: What are the types and how do they affect children?
What About the Little Guys: ADHD in Preschool
Ann Childress, MD, shares insights into ADHD in very young children at the 2022 APSARD Conference.
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