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The World Federation of ADHD International Consensus Statement: 208 Evidence-Based Conclusions about the Disorder

Faraone, Stephen V. and Banaschewski, Tobias and Coghill, David and Zheng, Yi and Biederman, Joseph and Bellgrove, Mark A. and Newcorn, Jeffrey H. and Gignac, Martin and Al Saud, Nouf M. and Manor, Iris and Rohde, Luis Augusto and Yang, Li and Cortese, Samuele and Almagor, Doron and Stein, Mark A. and Albatti, Turki H. and Aljoudi, Haya F. and Alqahtani, Mohammed M. J. and Asherson, Philip and Atwoli, Lukoye and Bölte, Sven and Buitelaar, Jan K. and Crunelle, Cleo L. and Daley, David and Dalsgaard, Søren and Döpfner, Manfred and Espinet, Stacey and Fitzgerald, Michael and Franke, Barbara and Gerlach, Manfred and Haavik, Jan and Hartman, Catharina A. and Hartung, Cynthia M. and Hinshaw, Stephen P. and Hoekstra, Pieter J. and Hollis, Chris and Kollins, Scott H. and Sandra Kooij, J. J. and Kuntsi, Jonna and Larsson, Henrik and Li, Tingyu and Liu, Jing and Merzon, Eugene and Mattingly, Gregory and Mattos, Paulo and McCarthy, Suzanne and Mikami, Amori Yee and Molina, Brooke S. G. and Nigg, Joel T. and Purper-Ouakil, Diane and Omigbodun, Olayinka O. and Polanczyk, Guilherme V. and Pollak, Yehuda and Poulton, Alison S. and Rajkumar, Ravi Philip and Reding, Andrew and Reif, Andreas and Rubia, Katya and Rucklidge, Julia and Romanos, Marcel and Ramos-Quiroga, J. Antoni and Schellekens, Arnt and Scheres, Anouk and Schoeman, Renata and Schweitzer, Julie B. and Shah, Henal and Solanto, Mary V. and Sonuga-Barke, Edmund and Soutullo, César and Steinhausen, Hans-Christoph and Swanson, James M. and Thapar, Anita and Tripp, Gail and van de Glind, Geurt and Brink, Wim van den and Van der Oord, Saskia and Venter, Andre and Vitiello, Benedetto and Walitza, Susanne and Wang, Yufeng. (2021) The World Federation of ADHD International Consensus Statement: 208 Evidence-Based Conclusions about the Disorder. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 128. pp. 789-818.

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Abstract

Misconceptions about ADHD stigmatize affected people, reduce credibility of providers, and prevent/delay treatment. To challenge misconceptions, we curated findings with strong evidence base.; We reviewed studies with more than 2000 participants or meta-analyses from five or more studies or 2000 or more participants. We excluded meta-analyses that did not assess publication bias, except for meta-analyses of prevalence. For network meta-analyses we required comparison adjusted funnel plots. We excluded treatment studies with waiting-list or treatment as usual controls. From this literature, we extracted evidence-based assertions about the disorder.; We generated 208 empirically supported statements about ADHD. The status of the included statements as empirically supported is approved by 80 authors from 27 countries and 6 continents. The contents of the manuscript are endorsed by 366 people who have read this document and agree with its contents.; Many findings in ADHD are supported by meta-analysis. These allow for firm statements about the nature, course, outcome causes, and treatments for disorders that are useful for reducing misconceptions and stigma.
Faculties and Departments:07 Faculty of Psychology > Departement Psychologie > Forschungsbereich Klinische Psychologie und Neurowissenschaften > Klinische Psychologie und Epidemiologie (Lieb)
UniBasel Contributors:Steinhausen, Hans-Christoph
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Elsevier
ISSN:0149-7634
e-ISSN:1873-7528
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
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