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The ‘Neurobiology of ADHD’ webinar was hosted by Dr Peter Mason (UK) on Monday 3 December. He was joined Dr Joe Johnson and Dr Kuben Naidoo for an interactive discussion.

These webinars may in part reflect the personal experiences and opinions of the presenters. Treatment-related statements do not necessarily reflect Takeda’s position nor are they necessarily in line with the approved labels in all countries.


Question 1 (of 4)

Brain-imaging studies have suggested that ADHD is associated with reduced grey matter density in certian brain regions

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 2 (of 4)

In adults, ADHD is associated with reduced catecholamine levels and receptor availability in the areas of the reward pathway on the left side if the brain versus control

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 3 (of 4)

Low hedonic tone may be a common link between the frequently ocurring comorbid psychiatric conditions ADHD, MDD and substance-use disorder

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 4 (of 4)

Methylphenidate treatment can increase default mode network activity which may be associated with improved performance on a continuous performance task in patients with ADHD

Please mark all that apply

True
False

Question 1 (of 4)

Brain-imaging studies have suggested that ADHD is associated with reduced grey matter density in certian brain regions

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 2 (of 4)

In adults, ADHD is associated with reduced catecholamine levels and receptor availability in the areas of the reward pathway on the left side if the brain versus control

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 3 (of 4)

Low hedonic tone may be a common link between the frequently ocurring comorbid psychiatric conditions ADHD, MDD and substance-use disorder

Please select one of the following

True
False

Question 4 (of 4)

Methylphenidate treatment can increase default mode network activity which may be associated with improved performance on a continuous performance task in patients with ADHD

Please select one of the following

True
False

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