Does Anxiety Moderate the Relationship Between ADHD Inattention Symptoms and Cognitive Flow States?
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Abstract or Description
- Although some studies have found a positive correlation between ADHD symptoms and self-reported cognitive flow states, other studies do not find such a relationship.
- ADHD is commonly comorbid with anxiety, which has been found to be negatively correlated with flow states.
- It is possible that some of the inconsistencies across studies might be explained by level of anxiety.
The purpose of the current study is to explore the relationships between self-reported Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms and cognitive flow states and whether anxiety moderates that relationship.
Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference
Hall, A. Shea and Cross, Dorothie, "Does Anxiety Moderate the Relationship Between ADHD Inattention Symptoms and Cognitive Flow States?" (2022). Student Presentations. 2.
Georgia Southern University student, A. Shea Hall and faculty member Dorothie Cross co-presented Does Anxiety Moderate the Relationship Between ADHD Inattention Symptoms and Cognitive Flow States? in the Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, March 2022.