ADD/ADHD diagnosis correlations

963. ADD - History of ADD symptoms in childhood, such as distractibility, short attention span, impulsivity or restlessness. ADD doesn't start at age 30. (correlation: .59)

968. ADD - Short attention span, unless very interested in something (correlation: .43)

418. Have you been hyperactive most of your life? (correlation: .40)

969. ADD - Easily distracted, tendency to drift away (although at times can be hyper focused) (correlation: .39)

970. ADD - Lacks attention to detail, due to distractibility (correlation: .38)

973. ADD - Skips around while reading, or goes to the end first, trouble staying on track (correlation: .38)

614. Are you or have you been hyperactive? (correlation: .37)

517. Do you tend to be hyperactive and restless? (correlation: .36)

964. ADD - History of not living up to potential in school or work (report cards with comments such as 'not living up to potential') (correlation: .34)

971. ADD - Trouble listening carefully to directions (correlation: .33)

996. ADD - Some adults with ADD are very successful, but often only if they are surrounded with people who organize them. (correlation: .33)

974. ADD - Difficulty learning new games, because it is hard to stay on track during directions (correlation: .33)

630. Have you or have you had a tendency to be hyperactive and/or restless? (correlation: .32)

965. ADD - History of frequent behavior problems in school (mostly for males) (correlation: .32)

986. ADD - A prisoner of the moment (correlation: .32)

967. ADD - Family history of ADD, learning problems, mood disorders or substance abuse problems (correlation: .32)

978. ADD - Restlessness, constant motion, legs moving, fidgetiness (correlation: .31)

985. ADD - Impatient, low frustration tolerance (correlation: .31)

303. Are you easily distracted or overwhelmed? (correlation: .30)

616. Are you easily distracted? (correlation: .30)