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October 7, 2009

Incorrect Wording in: Evaluating Dopamine Reward Pathway in ADHD: Clinical Implications

JAMA. 2009;302(13):1420. doi:10.1001/jama.302.13.1420-a

Incorrect Wording: The Preliminary Communication titled “Evaluating Dopamine Reward Pathway in ADHD: Clinical Implications” by Volkow et al, published in the September 9, 2009, issue of JAMA (2009;302[10]:1084-1091), had incorrect wording in the “Results” section. On page 1088 in the “Dopamine Transporters” subsection, the sentence that reads “Independently drawn region of interest corroborated significantly lower mean DAT availability in left accumbens among controls than in those with ADHD midbrain and caudate but the reductions in left hypothalamic region were not significantly different (Table 2)” should have read “Independently drawn region of interest corroborated significantly lower DAT availability in left accumbens, midbrain, and caudate among participants with ADHD than among controls, but the reductions in the left hypothalamic region were not significantly different (Table 2).”

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