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Wakaho Hayashi
Wakaho Hayashi

Wakaho Hayashi

Research Associate

Biography

Wakaho completed her M.D. and clinical training in Tokyo Japan. Prior to joining KCL in 2022, she worked as a consultant at Showa University Karasuyama Hospital. She holds a Ph.D. and specialises in adult neurodevelopmental disorders. Her research focuses on examining gender/sex differences in adults with ADHD, especially problems and difficulties women with ADHD face and possible interventions.  

Research interests:

  • Gender/sex difference in ADHD
  • Co-morbidities in ADHD, especially ASD
  • Psychotic symptoms in ADHD
  • Emotional dysregulation in ADHD
  • Long-term outcomes of adults with ADHD

Publications:

  • Hayashi W, Hanawa Y, Saga N, et al (2021). ASD symptoms in adults with ADHD: a comparative study using ADOS-2. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. doi:10.1007/s00406-021-01362-9.
  • Ikuse D, Hayashi W, Hanawa Y, et al (2021). Effects of gaze cues on distributive behavior of the ultimatum game in adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. JNMD-D-21-00341.
  • Hayashi W, Hanawa Y, Iwami Y, et al (2021). ASD symptoms in adults with ADHD: a preliminary study using the ADOS-2. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. doi: 10.1007/s004406-021-01250-2.
  • Nakagawa A, Hayashi W, Nishio T, et al (2021). Similarity of subjective symptoms between autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults: Preliminary findings. Neuropsychopharmacology Report. doi: 10.1002/npr2.12170.
  • Iwanami A, Hayashi W (2021). Re-examining Hypotheses of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In Ohmori T ed. Hypothesis formation and verification in psychiatry. Foundations of Psychiatry [5], pp184-195. Gakuju Shoin, KK, Tokyo.
  • Hayashi W, Arai G, Uno H, et al (2020). Spontaneous Theory of Mind in Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Psychiatry Research. doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2020.113025.
  • Hida M, Hayashi W, Okajima Y, et al (2020). Neuropsychological characteristics of adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder without intellectual disability. Neuropsychopharmacology Reports. https://doi.org/10.1002/npr2.12134.
  • Hayashi W, Suzuki H, Saga N, et al (2019). Clinical Characteristics of Women with ADHD in Japan. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment 15: 3367-3374.

Research

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ADHD Remote Technology (ART)

The ADHD Remote Technology (ART) research programme focuses on the development and application of a novel remote measurement technology system for ADHD

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MAAM – Measuring Adult ADHD and Menstruation Study

The Measuring Adult ADHD and Menstruation (MAAM) Study is a collaborative project on women with ADHD between Queen Mary University of London and King’s.

Project status: Ongoing

Research

ART LOGO
ADHD Remote Technology (ART)

The ADHD Remote Technology (ART) research programme focuses on the development and application of a novel remote measurement technology system for ADHD

maam_logo
MAAM – Measuring Adult ADHD and Menstruation Study

The Measuring Adult ADHD and Menstruation (MAAM) Study is a collaborative project on women with ADHD between Queen Mary University of London and King’s.

Project status: Ongoing