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Psychobiological interaction effects - project description

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Can problems with attention or hyperactivity related to ADHD be observed in a child’s second year of life?


Summary

The principal aim of this project is to increase our knowledge concerning psychobiological interaction effects, and investigate whether or not these effects can be observed in the child’s second year of life for ADHD. A sub-goal of the project is to investigate the relationship between maternal intake of caffeine and nicotine during pregnancy and ADHD symptoms in the child’s second year of life.  

Project leader 

Anne Inger Helmen Borge, University of Oslo

Collaborating institution

Norwegian Institute of Public Health

 

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