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What does "inhibitory volition" mean adhd?
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Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
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In brief: Poor Impulse Control
Inhibitory volition is a fancy term for poor impulse control.
People with adhd tend to have poor impulse control or deficits in inhibitory volition.

In brief: Poor Impulse Control
Inhibitory volition is a fancy term for poor impulse control.
People with adhd tend to have poor impulse control or deficits in inhibitory volition.
Dr. Robert Woods
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Dr. Glen Elliott
It is important to understand that there are many other reasons for poor impulse control besides ADHD, including immaturity, anxiety, and impulse control disorder. It is a symptom, not a diagnosis.
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