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Developmental trajectories of ADHD symptoms from childhood to late adolescence

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ADHD has traditionally been conceptualised as an early onset childhood disorder but we are increasingly recognising that there is considerable individual variation in onset and developmental course of symptoms. In this talk I will present the results of a series of studies in a longitudinal community-based cohort of youth who provided ADHD data in 9 waves from ages 7 to 17. The talk will ask whether we can define clinically useful developmental subtypes of ADHD defined by symptom trajectories (e.g. late versus early onset), whether there are sex differences in ADHD symptom trajectories, and what factors can account for variation in trajectories across individual

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