ADHD symptoms

Find the latest research on ADHD symptoms

For the most up-to-date information about diagnosing ADHD and identifying ADHD symptoms, consult the rich collection of evidence-based, peer-reviewed research at

You’ll find articles, case reports, commentaries, and meta-analyses on a wide range of ADHD topics. Content includes research on diagnosing ADHD in children, treating ADHD in adults, the connection between ADHD and depression, and advances in ADHD test methods. also offers CME activities that allow clinicians to easily earn CME credits at their own pace, at, and to track and report on CME activities with a free online tool called MyCME.

Register for free today to explore the benefits of or subscribe to gain immediate access to all current and historical content on ADHD symptoms and other psychiatric topics.

Peer-reviewed articles. Evidence-based research. contains the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information about ADHD symptoms. Through original research, Academic Highlights, systematic reviews, and brief reports, you can access the latest information exploring advances in diagnosis and treatment of ADHD disorders. serves as a compendium of research from several sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry is one of the premier sources of peer-reviewed content in the field of psychiatry. The journal provides the latest information on various mental health topics to psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders seeks to equip primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals with research and education that can advance their clinical expertise as they treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

Articles and research related to ADHD symptoms on include titles such as:

Satisfy CME requirements with research on ADHD symptoms

While taking the time to participate in CME activities is never easy on a busy schedule, offers tools and CME opportunities that simplify education requirements. You’ll find dozens of CME activities available on the website, including activities related to ADHD symptoms. Your free registration on provides you with access to MyCME, a free online tool that keeps a record of your CME activities and credits. Each time you begin an activity or complete a posttest and evaluation, your progress will be updated in your MyCME account. When you successfully finish a CME activity, you can print a certificate or transcript to document the credit you have earned.

CME activities on are made available by the CME Institute at and are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). Activities on related to ADHD symptoms include titles such as:

FAQs on ADHD resources on offers a wide variety of free resources, including access to some supplements and free articles published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and to all articles published in The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). A subscription to JCP is required for complete access to content published in the journal.

You may choose a subscription to JCP that only provides access to online content. Or you may select a subscription that combines online access and a print edition of each issue.

When you register for free on, a MyCME account is automatically created for you. Each time you start or finish a CME activity on the website, a record of your activity is logged in MyCME. When you successfully pass a posttest or complete an evaluation, you can use MyCME to document your credits earned by printing a transcript or certificate.

Aside from an occasional $10 processing fee for journal activities, most CME activities on are free of charge.

Register for free benefits. Subscribe for full access. offers two ways to access content related to ADHD symptoms.

A free registration provides you with access to a considerable amount of content on, including all articles from PCC and certain free articles from JCP. Registration also enables you to earn CME credits online and to keep track of your activity in a MyCME account. And as a registered user, you can sign up for daily email alerts, or Elerts, that let you know as soon as new articles, research, and CME activities are available on the website.

A paid subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry gives you access to every article on ADHD symptoms and other subjects published in the journal, along with all the benefits of a free registration. With your subscription, you can search for content and view the full text of articles published in issues of the journal from 1997 to the present. You’ll also have immediate access to new issues as well as online-first and online-only articles.

Stay current with podcasts podcasts are an easy way to keep up to date on the latest research and articles published in JCP and PCC. Podcasts are 15 to 25 minutes in length and provide an overview of the articles in each issue of the journal. During the podcast, you’ll get highlights of the findings in each article, giving you a snapshot of the latest research on ADHD symptoms and a broad array of other topics.


Owned by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is a leading source for peer-reviewed research in the field of psychiatry. publishes content originating from three sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute.

Dedicated to providing clinicians with the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information in the field, publishes research on topics as diverse as ADHD and depression; bipolar manic depression; major depressive disorder symptoms and major depressive disorder medications; disorganized schizophrenia and schizoid personality disorder; advances in general psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, functional psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, and other aspects of psychiatric care.

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