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ADHD Experts Podcast Episode: Exposing ADHD Myths

Science's New Understanding of the Disorder

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Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D., offers the latest research to refute common myths about attention deficit disorder, including "ADHD isn't real," "bad parenting causes ADHD," and "most kids outgrow ADHD."

Dr. Brown is assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine and associate director of the Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders, and author of Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults and A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults: Executive Function Impairments He is a contributor to ADDitude magazine and ADDitudeMag.com.

In his ADHD Experts Podcast episode, Dr. Thomas E. Brown addresses your questions about:

  • Why many children with ADHD won't outgrow it
  • Why children under six years of age can be treated with medication
  • Why brain imaging may not help in an ADHD diagnosis
Plus, receive access to the slides accompanying Dr. Brown's podcast episode and links to top introductory articles about ADHD.


Read what people are saying about Dr. Thomas E. Brown's Podcast...

"A highly informative and well-paced presentation."

"Dr. Brown's expertise combines solid scientific research, practical application, and a deep sense of understanding and caring about those with ADHD. I am so grateful for his work."

"When Dr. Brown was discussing the emotional aspect of ADHD, I was overcome to hear what I have been going through with my daughter. Thank you -- someone actually understands!"


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