Finding the latest ADHD studies is now easier than ever thanks to the internet.
Whether you or a loved one suffer from ADHD, or you are a student, researcher, teacher, counselor or other behavioral service provider, you can find ADHD information from many helpful sources.
Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com) is a great way to keep current regarding all of the latest ADHD research. Google scholar essentially applies the Google search engine to scholarly literature such as peer reviewed journal articles, books, doctoral theses, etc.
Sources include academic publishers, professional societies, online academic and research repositories, universities, academic website, and more.
Simply enter a search term and a wealth of ADHD information is at your disposal. Once you get started, it can be addictive. You may find yourself looking up all sorts of studies to satisfy your curiosity about a given topic, or you can use it to find some interesting conversational nuggets for your next dinner party or gathering.
Academic Journals And Publications
The journals Pediatrics, Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, New England Journal Of Medicine, Adolescent Health, and others regularly publish studies on ADHD.
In addition, psychiatric journals such as the Journal Of Psychiatric Research, Journal Of Clinical Psychiatry, General Psychiatry, British Journal of Psychiatry, and others regularly feature the latest information about ADHD.
These journals feature studies about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and are a great way to keep up to date on the latest research on ADHD.
Because Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder affects various aspects
of life and functioning, you will find ADHD studies in publications
ranging from brain research, health policy, educational policy,
parenting, psychology, counseling, and much more.
ADD.org, ADDitude Magazine, NIMH (National Institute Of Mental Health), CDC (Centers For Disease Control) and many other websites often feature the latest ADHD research findings.
As an added benefit, they often offer interactive forums where users can ask questions and receive feedback from others, including ADHD doctors and fellow ADHD sufferers.
it may seem daunting at first, try not to be deterred by the vast
amount of research available. If you or a loved one suffer from ADHD, it
only benefits you to have access to helpful information.
Remember: An informed health consumer is an empowered consumer. Check out some studies on ADHD and expand your understanding.