Hyperactivity persists in male and female adults with ADHD and remains a highly discriminative feature of the disorder: a case-control study.

Teicher, Martin H.

Polcari, Ann.

Fourligas, Nikolaos.

Vitaliano, Gordana.

Navalta, Carryl P.

2012

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  • Background: Symptoms of hyperactivity are believed to fade with age leaving ADHD adults mostly inattentive and impulsive. Our aim was to test this assertion using objective measures of hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention.

    Keywords: ADHD, Attention, Hyperactivity, Impulsivity, Laboratory Tests, Biomarkers, Receiver Operatin... read more
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  • Teicher, Martin, Ann Polcari, Nikolaos Fourligas, Gordana Vitaliano, and Carryl P. Navalta. "Hyperactivity persists in male and female adults with ADHD and remains a highly discriminative feature of the disorder: a case-control study." BMC Psychiatry 12, no. 1 (12, 2012): 1-14.
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