Predictors of persistent ADHD: An 11-year follow-up study
Journal of Psychiatric Research, 02/02/2011
Biederman J et al. – Despite the existence of several follow–up studies of children with ADHD followed up into adulthood, there is limited information on whether patterns of persistence and remission in ADHD can be predicted over the long term. These findings prospectively confirm that persistence of ADHD over the long term is predictable from psychosocial adversity and psychiatric comorbidity ascertained 11 years earlier.