Teens with ADHD perceive themselves as less competent than peers

New Canadian research from U. of Toronto, reported in the Globe and Mail, looked at self-esteem in teens diagnosed with ADHD.  The results, which will be shared at a conference of the International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities, suggest that even high intelligence doesn’t improve self-concept in these teens.

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