Disinhibition in Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A behavioural and psychophysiological investigation. [ 2005 - 2007 ]

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Researchers Dr SJ Johnstone

Brief description This project will provide much-needed information about optimal workload rates and effort levels, and the influence of external expectations, for those with ADHD, with immediate implications in remediation and educational settings. It will inform subsequent applied research, leading to better diagnosis and treatment, resulting in better societal outcomes for those with ADHD. Long-term outcomes may reduce the significant financial burden placed on families and the Australian government and taxpayer by the increased use of hospital services and higher medical costs for children with ADHD, significantly increasing the likelihood of a healthy start to life for those directly, and indirectly, effected.

Funding Amount $150,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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