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Low Arousal Theory and ADHD
October 21, 2020
The Low Arousal Theory is a psychological theory that explains why people with ADHD fidget. In this theory, inattentive people such as those with A...
Movement, Focus, and Stimulation — the Yerkes-Dodson Effect
January 15, 2020
In 1984, researchers Humphreys and Revelle found that when impulsive people consumed caffeine, they became more effective learners. This was not a ...
Can Fidget Bands Help ADHD Kids Focus?
January 6, 2020
Twiddler’s original fidget bands stretch around chair or table legs. You can rest your legs on the bands and they will provide a constant source of...
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