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Understanding ADHDBy King's College London

In a Nutshell

This course from King's College London provides a guide to better understanding the complexity of ADHD, as explained by faculty in psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience.

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Overall for mental health problems at age 18, including depression, anxiety, and self-harm behaviors, it was concurrent ADHD that was the more important risk factor – both those with persistent and those with late-onset ADHD had a higher risk of these mental health problems.

Jessica Agnew-Blais, psychologist

Introduction

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is not simply something that affects children. Although it commonly manifests in childhood, most people have to learn how to cope with symptoms of ADHD throughout their lives, at great cost not only to themselves but to society overall.

This course offered by King's College London covers the multifaceted nature of ADHD, from its history to the neurological mechanisms by which it operates and the treatments available. Presented by faculty from across the psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience departments, the course sheds light on a common yet often misunderstood disorder.

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