Published June 14, 2002 by Advantage Books .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Patricia O. Quinn (Editor), Kathleen G. Nadeau (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
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Home > Books > Gender Issues and AD/HD: Research, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Tag: Women Publisher: Advantage Books Publication Year: ASIN: ISBN: Bringing together many highly regarded specialists in the field of AD/HD, Drs. Nadeau and Quinn have organized an in-depth resource for clinicians.
Several important topics. Gender and the history of AD/HD. An unexamined gender bias / Kathleen Nadeau and Patricia Quinn --An overview of research / Jonathan Gershon. Gender and its impact on AD/HD.
Neurobiological factors / Jay Giedd, Elizabeth Malloy, Kayla Pope --Sociocultural factors / Ellen Littman --Role expectations / Hope Langner. Gender and the diagnosis of AD/HD. Corresponding Author.
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Objective: To quantitatively review and critically evaluate literature examining gender differences in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Method: A meta-analysis of relevant research based on 18 studies meeting inclusion criteria was performed. Domains evaluated included primary symptomatology, intellectual and academic functioning, comorbid behavior problems, social behavior. Most mainstream research on attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) tells us that there are no significant differences in how the disorder presents in men versus is, on most measures, data suggests that the sexes experience the same type, number, and severity of symptoms, the same academic struggles, the same number of comorbid disorders, and the same efficacy of.
Evidence suggests that the prevalence of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or hyperkinetic disorder (HKD), is greater in males than females. 1,2 The large European ADORE (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Observational Research in Europe) study was a month naturalistic longitudinal observational study in 10 European countries of children (aged 6–18 years).
ADHD was once thought of as a predominantly male disorder. While this may be true for ADHD in childhood, extant research suggests that the number of women with ADHD may be nearly equal to that of men with the disorder (Faraone et al., ). Nadeau and Quinn also developed Advantage Books, an ADHD specialty press, and have co-edited several volumes on ADHD issues in girls and women (see Further Reading).
Nadeau is also editor of ADDvance Online News, NCGI's monthly e-newsletter. Book Description. The gender and racial composition of the American workforce is rapidly changing.
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Women with untreated ADHD are also more likely to have children with ADHD. In fact, many women finally receive a diagnosis when their children are diagnosed. Treatment options for women with ADHD include a combination of stimulant medication and ADHD-focused therapy.
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is recognized to exist in males and females although the literature supports a higher prevalence in males. However, when girls are diagnosed with ADHD, they are more often diagnosed as predominantly inattentive than boys with ADHD.
This article provide. ADHD is diagnosed and treated more often in males than in females. Research on gender differences suggests that girls may be consistently underidentified and underdiagnosed because of differences in the expression of the disorder among boys and girls. One aim of the present study was to assess in a clinical sample of medication naïve boys and girls with ADHD, whether there were.
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Image. I’m with you, I am a woman with ADHD and I was hoping that this would speak to me and my relationship, but it doesn’t quite. For example, it is NOT true that my non-ADHD partner does more than half of the chores. Melissa covers this somewhat in her books. There is a gender component that makes non-attentive ADD in women a separate category.
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