Yes, research suggests that ADHD can have a genetic component. Studies have shown that ADHD tends to run in families, and individuals with a parent or sibling with ADHD are more likely to develop the disorder themselves. However, genetics alone cannot fully explain the development of ADHD, as environmental factors and other non-genetic factors can also play a role. It is believed that a complex interplay between genetics, environment, and brain development can contribute to the development of ADHD.
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