All Relations between aversion and Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity

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K K Downey, F W Stelson, O F Pomerleau, B Giordan. Adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: psychological test profiles in a clinical population. The Journal of nervous and mental disease vol 185 issue 1 1997 9040531 ADHD patients scored significantly higher than norms on the TPQ novelty seeking and harm avoidance scales and MMPI-2 scales F, 2, 4, 7, and 8. 1997-03-14 2022-01-07 Not clear
A J Cotugn. Personality attributes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using the Rorschach Inkblot Test. Journal of clinical psychology vol 51 issue 4 1995 7593679 The findings indicated that the ADHD and clinical control groups both demonstrated markedly limited coping capacities, an avoidance of affect-laden stimuli, difficulties with self- and interpersonal perceptions, problems in perceiving reality accurately, and a vulnerability to depression. 1995-12-08 2022-01-07 Not clear
A J Cotugn. Personality attributes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using the Rorschach Inkblot Test. Journal of clinical psychology vol 51 issue 4 1995 7593679 The ADHD group demonstrated significantly more intense feelings of isolation and discomfort, less social involvement, avoidance of decision-making, and more dependence, while the clinical control group demonstrated a significantly higher level of psychological disorganization and thinking problems. 1995-12-08 2022-01-07 Not clear
J G Kohlert, G J Bloc. A rat model for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Physiology & behavior vol 53 issue 6 1993 8346308 Results of open field testing, response to stimulant medication challenge, and measurement of the rat's ability to block irrelevant information in a conditioned avoidance response demonstrate three properties characteristic of ADHD: a) a high level of spontaneous motor activity; b) an attenuation of motor activity in response to amphetamine; and c) a deficit in selective attention. 1993-09-09 2022-01-07 rat
D Buhrmester, C K Whalen, B Henker, V MacDonald, S P Hinsha. Prosocial behavior in hyperactive boys: effects of stimulant medication and comparison with normal boys. Journal of abnormal child psychology vol 20 issue 1 1992 1548391 To clarify the effects of stimulant medication on hyperactive (ADHD) children's prosocial as well as aversive behaviors toward peers, 19 hyperactive boys, aged 7-12, were observed as they acted as "leaders" for groups of 2-4 unfamiliar younger children. 1992-04-17 2022-01-09 human
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