Abstract watch: Neurofeedback morbidity and risk
In this edition of Abstract watch, a literature review by Rivka et al on eating disorders emphasises the need to consider this co-morbidity and discusses the concept of disordered eating in ADHD. Neurofeedback continues to feature in a multitude of studies, and we highlight Geladé et al’s study comparing neurofeedback with stimulant medication and exercise. A study by Sari Gokten et al on child abuse and ADHD indicates a significantly high vulnerability to emotional and physical abuse for children with ADHD. Finally, Chen et al explore the concept of antidepressant resistance in people with comorbid depression and ADHD, and highlight the need for ADHD treatment to ameliorate this effect.
ADHD in practice 2016; 8(4): 68–68
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