ADHD 2023 - Congress Programme

20 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Friday, 19 May 2023 PS-01 Plenary Session 08:30–10:30 Auditorium Do we need to modernize the concept of ADHD? Chairs: S. Faraone, USA M. Gerlach, Germany PS-01-001 From risk to protective factors and resil- ience J. Buitelaar, The Netherlands PS-01-002 From symptoms to functioning, wellbeing and quality of life D. Coghill, Australia PS-01-003 From deficits and weaknesses to strengths M. Hoogman, The Netherlands PS-01-004 From statistical genetic associations to biological mechanisms B. Franke, The Netherlands PS-02 Plenary Session 11:00–12:30 Auditorium Perspectives on progress in ADHD science Chairs: J. Buitelaar, The Netherlands T. Banaschewski, Germany PS-02-001 Rethinking ADHD phenotype: sluggish cognitive tempo and emotional dysregu- lation S. Becker, USA PS-02-002 What is new on ADHD trajectories from childhood to adulthood? L. Rohde, Brazil PS-02-003 Where is ADHD in the context of neuro- diversity? E. Simonoff, United Kingdom P-01 Guided Poster Tour 14:00–15:30 Onyx Lounge Aetiology Chair: K. Lesch, Germany P-01-001 Adverse childhood experiences as pre- dictors of the ADHD symptoms in adult- hood: The analysis of the importance of exposure timing A. Brodowska, Poland P. Szcze ś niewska, T. Han ć P-01-002 ADHD symptoms, prenatal maternal stress and breastfeeding J. Jallow, Finland A. Halt, M. Kerkelä, J. Miettunen, T. Hurtig P-01-003 The importance of familial risk factors in children with ADHD: direct and indirect effects of family adversity, parental psy- chopathology and parenting practices on externalizing symptoms L. Jendreizik, Germany C. Hautmann, E. von Wirth, M. Döpfner P-01-005 Association between chiari malforma- tion type 1 and adult ADHD: A case of cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome? E. Ko Ko Aung, Australia P-01-007 The impact of childhood adversities in the persistence and remission of ADHD in longitudinal community-based sample M. Salo, Finland T. Hurtig, T. Nordström, J. Veijola, A. Halt P-01-008 Temperament and ADHD from a devel- opmental psychopathology perspective over four years: Can effortful control be a protective factor? H. Schmidt, Germany F. Schmiedek, V. Brandt, M. Daseking, J. Kerner auch Koerner P-01-009 Causal inference of inflammatory dietary pattern on the risk of impulsive and compulsive behaviors: A bi-directional mendelian randomization study H. Shi, The The Netherlands L. Schweren, R. ter Horst, M. Bloemendaal, D. van Rooij, A. Arias Vasquez, C. Hartman, J. Buitelaar P-01-010 THE ORIGINS Project: Creating a platform to increase research capacity to better un- derstand childhood neurodevelopmental disorders D. Silva, Australia J. Davis, L. Gibson, N. D’Vaz, S. Prescott P-01-011 Breastfeeding and the development of ADHD considering the child's ADHD genetics: A longitudinal study in The Norwegian Mother, Father, and Child Cohort B. Solberg, Norway A. Brantsæter, C. Hartman, J. Instanes, K. Klungsøyr, L. Kvalvik, T. Xie, L. Li, H. Larsson, J. Haavik P-01-012 Modernising psychosocial interventions for ADHD and oppositional defiant disor- ders: Feasibility of a mobile-based parent management training for parents of chil- dren with ADHD and oppositional defiant disorders (medigital ® ADHD/OPP) L. Sulprizio, Germany

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