Conference 2021: Scattered Minds

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In this talk we will look at the pathophysiological changes in frontal lobe dysfunction as well as deficits in other parts of the brain, that defines a great deal of ADHD and its relevant behaviours and co-morbidities.




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Although frontal lobe dysfunction has always been thought to be the epicentre of ADHD behaviour, it is quite clear that there are many other pathways that are affected in this diagnosis. Some may even change the diagnostic criteria in the future.

In this talk we will look at the pathophysiological changes in frontal lobe dysfunction as well as deficits in other parts of the brain, that defines a great deal of ADHD and its relevant behaviours and co-morbidities.

So in short we will how explore how the brain works (or does not work) in children and adults with ADHD.

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