Media Interviews Online Articles


National Public Radio recently posted my interview (click on "Heard on Morning Editon") from April 2017 about a research publication reviewing a revised adult ADHD screener developed in coordination with the World Health Organization. What the journalist didn't know at the time that I will share with ... Read More


Dr. David W. Goodman was video interviewed by on misdiagnosis of ADHD as a counterpoint to Dr. Allen Francis, psychiatrist, who believes ADHD is overdiagnosed. The video is excellently edited and very engaging. While it is easy to say ADHD is overdiagnosed because of the extensive media coverage, ... Read More


National Public Radio  interviewed me this week to comment on a research publication about a revised adult ADHD screener developed in coordination with the World Health Organization. What the journalist didn't know at the time, that I will share with you, is that I was a pre-publication peer ... Read More


Psychiatric Times interviewed Dr. Goodman about the unrecognized prevalence of ADHD in adults over age 50. The Psychiatric Times, , a profession psychiatric print newspaper, is  distributed to 30, 000 U.S. psychiatrists. You can listen to the concise 6 ... Read More


I was invited to assist with background information on ADHD in women and offered my insights on the gender differences when dealing with ADHD. I invite you to read the article and celebrate the increased attention to the gender differences of ADHD. ADHD in women is now an ongoing ... Read More


Despite decades of articles on the science and research of ADHD, it never ceases to amaze me when I have a conversation with people who don't believe in ADHD. While I understand concerns of "the label" and "bad medicine", I have seen thousands of patients who, when treated for the ... Read More


Since the recent publication of our literature of published research on ADHD in adults over age 50, several news outlets have been interested in bring this subject to the public eye. ADHD in adults persists throughout one’s life. It does not go away because you got your AARP card or ... Read More


ADHD in adults has now been recognized by clinicians for many years now. However, ADHD in older adults has received almost no attention because research has limited its work to those people under the age of 50. There is a body of research developing in older adults and I recently ... Read More


National Public Radio will air an interview with Dr. David W. Goodman on Jan 18th Monday on "Morning Edition" 8am. In addition to Dr. Goodman, older adults will offer their insight on struggling with ADHD for their whole life and the transformation that occurred with an accurate diagnosis and effective ... Read More


On September 30, 2015, The New York Times ran an article in the Tuesday Science section on ADHD in older adults. I was interviewed for the article and discussed a former patient age 73 who was first diagnosis with ADHD by me and successfully treated. The article is an ... Read More