Journal of Neural Transmission
Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - ADHD
The role of pre-, peri-, and postnatal risk factors in bipolar disorder and adult ADHD
Franziska Tole · Juliane Kopf · Katrin Schröter · Viola Stella Palladino · Christian P. Jacob · Andreas Reif · Sarah Kittel-Schneider ·Medicine
Accident patterns in trauma surgery patients with and without self-reported ADHD
Sarah Wolff · Kristin Queiser · Leonie Wessendorf · Anna Maria Meier · Moritz Verdenhalven · Oliver Grimm · Christoph Reimertz · Christoph Nau · Michelle Klos · Andreas Reif · Sarah Kittel-Schneider ·Medicine
Basic processes as foundations of cognitive impairment in adult ADHD
Marah Butzbach · Anselm B M Fuermaier · Steffen Aschenbrenner · Matthias Weisbrod · Lara Tucha · Oliver Tucha ·Psychology Medicine
Impact of autism-associated genetic variants in interaction with environmental factors on ADHD comorbidities: an exploratory pilot study
Regina Waltes · Christine M Freitag · Timo Herlt · Thomas Lempp · Christiane Seitz · Haukur Palmason · Jobst Meyer · Andreas G Chiocchetti ·Medicine
Therefore, the specific EEG neuromarkers of adult ADHD remain to be identified, as do the EEG characteristics that mediate between genes and behaviour (mediational endophenotypes).
The objective of this study was to examine whether ADHD symptoms are differentially associated with genetic risk and brain structure in youths with and without a history of TBI.
Keypoints The comorbidity between ADHD and anxiety disorders changes the clinical presentation, the prognosis and treatment of patients with ADHD across lifespan.
Secondary outcomes included self-reported ADHD symptoms, executive functioning, mindfulness skills, self-compassion, positive mental health and general functioning.
1) compared with those without ADHD.