December 8 2011 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Brain Imaging Research and ADD
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
What does current research show about Attention Deficit Disorder? Two recent studies, using brain imaging technology, might bring us closer to having a single test to diagnose ADD and better criteria to know when to do early interventions.
Since there is no single test for Attention Deficit Disorder, getting the diagnosis is often a long process. A diagnosis for ADD/ADHD is somewhat subjective, which might be why some people don't believe that it is a real disorder/difference. What if there were objective medical tests to diagnose Attention Deficit Disorder? Recent research suggests that using brain imaging to study certain brain structures might lead to identifying people with Attention Deficit Disorder.
Use the link below to find out more. There are also resources in the article, in case you want to read more about the studies.
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