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ADHD Study Contrast

Skylar Burkett

eXpressions® Program: Art School: Brunswick High School City/State: Brunswick, Ohio Teacher(s): Sara Andes Medium/Genre: Mixed-Media eXhibition Year: 2018
eXpressionist Statement:

I have ADHD and I know what it was like to have to go in and be tested by doctors and constantly changing the dosage of your medication, so this research was something I could relate to. I wanted to show the two individual studies and used symbols, colors, and expressions to show how the two studies are different. I showed frequency through the monochromatic background and the number of pill bottles on either side. I used red tones for anxiety, and blue for relaxation. I used a happy face for contentment, and a sad face for concern or disappointment.


Selected Research

ADHD Stimulant Titration in a Medication Monitoring Clinic vs. Pediatric Primary Care Researcher: Leanne Tang Mentor: Kimberly Giuliano, MD School: John Carroll University Internship Track: Applied Medicine Internship Year: 2017