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Study Shows Gender Disparities in ADHD Symptoms of Hyperactivity and Poor Response Inhibition

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June 26, 2020Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) manifests differently in girls and boys, with two key gender differences: Girls with ADHD are less physically hyperactive than are boys with the condition, and they have fewer motor response inhibition problems.

This is the finding of a new meta-analysis published in the Journal of Attention Disorders1, which notably found no significant differences between the genders in terms of working memory or attention.

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