Taking medication for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as a child does not increase — or decrease — the …
The latest studies show that while attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drugs can be effective, some kids may be wrongly diagnosed — and therefore inappropriately treated — with the stimulant medications.
Students have been taking stimulants to get ahead since the 1930s. Is there any reason to believe the problem is bigger today than ever before?
If you ask college men, they’ll say that it’s more unethical to use steroids to boost athletic performance than it is to take prescription stimulants to get better grades, according to new survey of Penn State freshmen.
New research underscores the value of studying individual differences in performance in response to widely used drugs.
A new study finds that men who got moderately drunk on vodka cranberries did better on tests of inspired thinking.
Why do some people get addicted while others remain immune to the lure of drugs?
A new survey of patients’ medical records finds that nearly a quarter of adults who seek treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may be exaggerating or faking their symptoms. Why would someone fake a psychological …