“What Neuroscience Reveals About the ADHD Brain” [Video Replay & Podcast #152]
Access the video replay, listen to the podcast episode (#152), and download the slide presentation for this ADHD Experts webinar originally broadcast on June 28, 2016.
Joel Nigg explains how the ADHD brain handles attention and emotion and how stimulant medications interact with it.
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- Free Download: Unraveling the Mysteries of Your ADHD Brain
- Face It — People with ADHD Are Wired Differently
- Exaggerated Emotions: How and Why ADHD Triggers Intense Feelings
- eBook: Your Complete ADHD Guide
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Joel Nigg, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and a professor in the departments of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at OHSU. He directs the OSHU ADHD Research program and is also director of the division of psychology. Author of What Causes ADHD? Understanding What Goes Wrong and Why. Dr. Nigg has published nearly 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers related to the neuropsychological , cognitive, and temperamental correlates of child ADHD, to ADHD genetics, and in particular for this talk, to MRI- based research and theoretical interpretations of brain development in ADHD.
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- “I would like to hear more from Dr. Nig. He was great!!! I learned a lot about why ADHD affects people the way it does.”
- “This podcast was amazing. Thank you for providing these sessions. I do believe that I have grown in my knowledge base and for that I am very thankful.”
- “Great presentation: able to explain technical information in laymen terms. Really appreciate that.”
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