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1. ADHD was originally thought to be only a childhood disorder. When did systematic research begin to validate ADHD in adults?
2. A complete diagnosis of ADHD in Adults includes:
3. In adults with ADHD, studies show hyperactive/impulsive symptoms are present 45% of the time, and inattentiveness is present at a rate of:
4. Females tend to get diagnosed with ADHD later in life than males because:
5. A study of untreated adults with ADHD compared with adults without ADHD showed:
6. Comorbidities that can occur with ADHD include all below, except:
7. 33% to 50% of ADHD adults can also have significant impairments in executive function which include all except:
8. There are many clinical assessments available for diagnosing ADHD and executive functioning. Available self-report scales for patients are not as valid.
9. Neuro-psychological testing results cannot provide a complete diagnosis for ADHD.