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ADHD is a disorder with strong neurobiological underpinnings. In a meta-analysis, Faraone and colleagues17 estimated the heritability of ADHD to be approximately 76%. 23,24 HOW DOES ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER TYPICALLY PRESENT IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION? 25 Inattention becomes more apparent during the school-aged years Pediatric ADHD for the General Psychiatrist because of increased academic demands, although hyperactive and impulsive behaviors frequently persist. 26 These symptoms may change over time in presentation, in fact persisting as excessive talking, avoidance of situations requiring sitting quietly, recklessness, risk-taking, and poor decision making.