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Study: Symptoms of ADHD Associated with Greater Vulnerability to Pandemic Challenges

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July 19, 2021Higher levels of ADHD symptoms predict lower-than-average economic outcomes, mental health indices, and adherence to preventive measures in response to challenges created by the pandemic, according to a new study out of Israel.

Additionally, ADHD symptoms were linked to higher perceived risk of contracting COVID-19 but also to perceptions that encourage non-adherence to preventive measures, according to a Journal of Attention Disorders1 study.Data was drawn from 2,055 Israeli adults who completed an online survey after the first quarantine.

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