View Full Version : books discussing science behind adhd

12-12-06, 06:21 AM
Does anyone know of any books that are less geared towards how to manage adhd and more geared towards the science behind adhd (i.e. recent discoveries, competing theories, etc)?

12-12-06, 02:08 PM
things like new sicent in shops 2.70p
it has from time to time about add brain matters.....

you could try writeing to uneveist an ask them what rescuch they are doing on it

iam shore there are books but iam not shore withch there are at this time

good luck dorm

12-12-06, 02:14 PM
I would recommend Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults by Thomas Brown who runs the ADHD center at Yale Univeristy. John Ratey's book Shadow Syndromes also has a good section explaining the brain chemistry involved with ADHD (as well as other disorders).

I also have a good link to Barkley's discussion of ADHD on line:


05-18-08, 12:11 AM
i dunno "the edison gene" is the closest thing i have to something like that

11-04-08, 09:02 PM
I agree with both of Scattered's choices (I have both of those books and Thomas Brown's book is one of my favorites) and a more recent book is ADHD in Adults: What the Science Says by Russell Barkley and Kevin Murphy. I will say that it is very dry reading at times. A lot of study results, statistics, etc.