16-year study sheds light on ADHD's ebb and flow

August 13, 2021

16-year study sheds light on ADHD's ebb and flow

A new study appearing in the American Journal of Psychiatry reports that only around 10% of children diagnosed with ADHD go on to truly outgrow the disorder.

Dr. Margaret Sibley was the lead researcher on the study and is an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She discusses the findings in downloadable soundbites.

Read more in our news release.

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