A Role for Cortical Dopamine in the Paradoxical Calming Effects of Psychostimulants

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects children and adults, and manifests symptoms such as hyperactivity, impulsivity and cognitive disabilities. Psychostimulants, which are the primary treatment for ADHD, target monoamine transporters and have a paradoxical calming effect, but their mechanism of action is unclear. Studies using the dopamine (DA) transporter (DAT) knockout mice, which have elevated striatal DA levels and are considered an animal model of ADHD, have suggested…

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