Signs of ADHD in adults

The most up-to-date research on signs of ADHD in adults is a leading source of peer-reviewed research on diagnosing and treating ADHD, including information on signs of ADHD in adults.

Our peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles represent the most scientifically rigorous research into the latest developments in many areas of mental health, including ADHD. Content on our site includes authoritative information on diagnosing ADHD in adults as well as identifying ADHD symptoms in toddlers and ADHD treatment for patients of all ages.

Through the CME Institute, also provides convenient opportunities for clinicians to earn CME credits with articles on ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)/ADD symptoms in adults, along with many other topics in psychiatry and mental health.

Register today on to access many free resources, and to establish a free MyCME account for tracking CME activities on Or choose a subscription package to enjoy full access to all current and archived research related to signs of ADHD in adults and treating ADHD in women, men, and children.

Access peer-reviewed articles and evidence-based research offers mental health practitioners a rich collection of research drawn from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). Content includes articles, original research, meta-analyses, Academic Highlights, case reports, brief reports, commentaries, and additional information on a wide range of psychiatric subjects. With, you’ll have access to the most up-to-date information on the latest advances in recognizing the signs of ADHD in adults.

On, you’ll find ADHD resources with titles like:

Track and earn CME credits on is dedicated to providing lifelong learning opportunities for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

On our website, you’ll find 150+ CME activities on a broad array of topics, including activities related to signs of ADHD in adults. CME activities are coordinated through the CME Institute ( of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

A free online tool, MyCME, makes it easy to track your CME activity and to print certificates and transcripts of the AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM you have earned. Most CME activities are free and include a range of print, online, and live activities.

On, you can access ADHD-related CME activities with titles that include:

FAQs on ADHD research and CME activities

A free registration on provides access to many resources, including the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders and free supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. To access all current and archived materials related to signs of ADHD in adults, you’ll need a paid subscription to JCP.

Yes. When you subscribe to JCP, you may choose a print/online subscription or an online-only subscription. Visit the JCP subscription page for details. features CME activities provided by the CME Institute at CME activities include journal articles, supplements, webcasts, and more, all accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

MyCME is a free online account from that’s available to registered users on With your MyCME account, you can track CME activity on, start activities and come back to finish them later, and document completed activities for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Register or subscribe for access to research on signs of ADHD in adults

There are two ways to take advantage of the resources available on

A free registration provides you with access to the full text of articles on The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders and to certain supplements and free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. As a registered user, you can also:

  • Access blogs and download podcasts for JCP and PCC
  • Participate in 150+ CME activities on
  • Track CME activity and print CME certificates and transcripts through your MyCME account
  • Sign up for daily email alerts, or Elerts, that notify you whenever new articles, research, or CME activities are available

A paid subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry gives you even greater access to information on the signs of ADHD in adults and many other psychiatric subjects. As a subscriber, you’ll have complete access to articles from the journal from 1997 to the present. you can view new issues as soon as they are published and view weekly online-first articles and online-only articles as well.

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Podcasts on provide an easy way to stay current with the content in each issue of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion. Each podcast is 15 to 25 minutes in length and features a summary of the highlights from each issue. You’ll get an audio recap of the findings of each article, allowing you to decide which articles to follow up with in greater depth. podcasts provide a convenient and simple way to stay on top of the latest research into the signs of ADHD in adults and many other subjects.


A publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., contains articles, resources, research and CME activities from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at is oriented to serving the needs of psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with mental illness and CNS disorders. Within, clinicians will find a comprehensive collection of materials on a wide array of subjects, including types of ADHD; treatment for manic depression; the latest psychiatry drugs; symptoms of early onset dementia; managing moderate major depressive disorder and diagnosing recurrent major depressive disorder; symptoms of schizotypal personality disorders; and many other subjects related to family, functional, geriatric, integrated, interventional, and medical psychiatry.

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