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by Philip Shaw, Ph.D.
Ten years ago a landmark study showed that the structure of the brains of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) differs from that of unaffected children. Since that study, enhancements in imaging have given researchers a better look at key hubs in the brain and how they network -- advances that could prove useful in the control and treatment of ADHD in both children and adults. From Cerebrum, our online magazine of ideas.