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Non-ADHD boys age 6–14 years old ACTH levels ADHD vs. non-ADHD controls No difference in ACTH in ADHD vs. , 2011 cortisol ADHD-IV Rating Scale and the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) 272 ADHD, Salivary ADHD-IV Rating Scale, age eight years cortisol post CBCL, Trier Social Stress stress Test for Children (TSSTC) No associations between behavioral symptoms and diurnal cortisol levels. Lower stressed cortisol in boys and girls with predominant ADHD-I Abbreviations: ADHD = attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; ADHD-CU = ADHD with callous unemotional traits; ADHD-HI = ADHD with hyperactive impulsive traits; ADHD-I = ADHDpredominantly inattention type; ADHD-C = ADHD-combined type Table 1.
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2009a). Next, anthropometric measurements, including height, head circumference, percent body fat, and abdominal circumference, were determined in both medically-treated and non-treated ADHD boys (n=104, age 4-16 years). These measurements in the treated and non-treated groups were compared to a normal, nonADHD population and demonstrated decreased percent body fat and abdominal circumference (markers for nutritional status) as well as decreased height and head circumference in the ADHD population vs.
Contemporary Trends in ADHD Research by Jill M Ed Norvilitis