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ADHD causes more than just distractibility and restlessness. Dr. John Kruse capitalizes on his training in neuroscience and his decades of experience as a psychiatrist to explain how the concept of "executive function deficits" illuminates why ADHD can manifest as impulsivity, inconsistency, spontaneity, emotional volatility, poor follow-through, extreme candor, and troubl ...more
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Published July 19th 2019 by Authority Publishing
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Kristy Lin Billuni
I’ve never met a more intelligent, forthright, or sincere writer than John Kruse. He trained as a neuroscientist and has been practicing psychiatry in San Francisco for the last twenty-five years. For the last year he has been writing blog posts, and now a book about adult ADHD and Donald Trump.

In Recognizing Adult ADHD: What Donald Trump Can Teach Us About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, he uses the president to explain to a general audience the multiple ways ADHD can affect behavior.
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From the publisher: ADHD causes more than just distractibility and restlessness. Dr. John Kruse capitalizes on his training in neuroscience and his decades of experience as a psychiatrist to explain how the concept of "executive function deficits" illuminates why ADHD can manifest as impulsivity, inconsistency, spontaneity, emotional volatility, poor follow-through, extreme candor, and troubles prioritizing. We avert tragedies by accurately ident
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