For a long time, most people saw ADHD as “a boy thing.” Today, that mindset has started to shift, but even now, studies report that males get diagnosed significantly more often than females. So, what’s going on?
In this video Hank Green from SciShow Psych talks about the differences in how ADHD symptoms often appear in different genders, and how the different presentation of symptoms can make it difficult to spot ADHD – especially in women.
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