If you’re looking for information, Medscape published a good review. Regarding the study, Michael L. Goldstein, MD stated, “(The report) …. certainly got my attention when I read it; I was really impressed by it. I think it is a groundbreaking study.” Dr. Goldstein is a specialist in child neurology with Western Neurological Associates in Salt Lake City, Utah, and a faculty member of the American Academy of Neurology. Dr. Goldstein said the data on organophosphate pesticides and ADHD "look like the data we saw 30 to 40 years ago with lead exposure, and it may turn out to be the same thing — that even small exposures (to organophosphate pesticides) are very harmful to kids."
Dr. Andrew Weil, the founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, also comments on this study in his article Pesticides and ADHD, saying that he’s not surprised by these results.