More brain differences seen between girls, boys with ADHD

Cerebellum disparities may help explain behavior contrast between the sexes

girl with her head down on book

DAYDREAMER  In girls, ADHD often causes inattentiveness and distractibility, rather than the disruptive behavior more often seen in boys. These behavioral differences are reflected in brain structure.


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