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How Well Do You Know ADHD?

When it comes to attention deficit, there are myths and misinformation abound. Test your ADHD IQ here.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a complex and confusing neurological condition that is gaining wider and deeper understanding every year. Here, test your knowledge of the latest scientific insights into ADHD.

Being given special accommodations because of ADHD is an unfair advantage.

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Children with ADHD will eventually outgrow it.

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People who can focus really well can't have ADHD.

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ADHD symptoms can be improved through better diet and nutrition.

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ADHD mainly affects children, especially boys.

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ADHD is caused by bad parenting.

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People with high intelligence don't generally have ADHD.

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People with ADHD never amount to much.

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Hyperactivity is the hallmark symptom of ADHD.

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ADHD is a straightforward problem of difficulty in paying attention.

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Children who are said to have ADHD are often just active, energetic kids.

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ADHD is caused by sugar, food additives, and food allergies.

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ADHD is not a real medical disorder.

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ADHD is a fairly new disorder.

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ADHD is not a very serious disorder.

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