The ADHD Skills Lab podcast

ADHD research recap: Motivation, procrastination and the childhood experience

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This week, Sarah and Skye unpack a theory behind why people with ADHD procrastinate and outline the struggles behind getting an ADHD diagnosis in adulthood. They then delve into the latest research into ADHD and genetic differences and spotlight some opportunities for future ADHD diagnosis. Come for the latest research, stay for the practical strategies and shared experiences.

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Using the temporal motivation theory to explain the relation between ADHD and procrastination

First-time diagnosis of ADHD in adults: challenge to retrospectively assess childhood symptoms of ADHD from long-term memory

The domain-variant indirect association between electrophysiological response to reward and ADHD presentations is moderated by dopaminergic polymorphisms

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