Interactions Between Biology and Environment in ADHD

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ADHD is frequently referred to as a biologically-based disorder, yet it is clear that various environmental factors influence how the disorder is expressed. Dr. Schweitzer and her team review how cue types and rewards can affect cognitive functioning, exploration, hyperactivity and self control in children and adults with ADHD. They also discuss how environmental context interacts with brain functioning to produce problematic behavior, but can also be used to improve behavior in home and school settings.
Presenters: Julie Schweitzer, Ph.D., Catherine Fassbender, Ph.D. & Lisa Lit, Ph.D.

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