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Old 02-13-05, 01:27 AM
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what are the differnces between each?
i took this test that would make anyone with ADD to go crazy or fall asleep doing it!

ADD Combined TypeHighly ProbableADD Inattentive TypeNot ProbableCingulate System HyperactivityHighly ProbableLimbic System HyperactivityHighly ProbableBasal Ganglia HyperactivityProbableTemporal Lobe SystemHighly Probable
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