David Rabiner, Ph.D. - Senior Research Scientist, Duke University

 
 
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David Rabiner, Ph.D. Research Professor, Duke University


Dear Parent, Health Care Professional, or Educator:

Are you interested in keeping informed about the latest research on ADHD? If so, I believe you will find Attention Research Update to be a helpful resource.

As a research psychologist at Duke University who studies ADHD, I keep up with new ADHD research that is published each month in the medical and psychology journals.  For each month's issue of Attention Research Update I select a study that I believe subscribers will find especially interesting, and do my best to provide an objective review of the findings.

The studies reviewed include research on promising new ADHD treatments, educational strategies for children with ADHD, how ADHD impacts development, and a variety of other issues.  I've written the newsletter for over 12 years and am proud that over 30,000 subscribers now rely on Attention Research Update to provide them with objective scientific information on ADHD. 

To subscribe, just enter your email address in the appropriate space below - you'll receive immediate access to detailed reviews of over 200 published studies.  New subscribers can also download the ADHD Monitoring System, a simple tool I developed that helps parents, professionals, and educators monitor the success of a child's ADHD treatment.

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Financial Disclosure - Financial support for Attention Research Update is provided by Attention Point, a company that offers an online suite of ADHD rating scales to facilitate the collection of behavioral ratings from parents and teachers for ADHD professionals. 
This support enables me to maintain the newsletter as a free resource.  

General ADHD Information Articles

In addition to receiving Attention Research Update, which will keep you informed about the latest published research on ADHD treatments and attention deficit disorder symptoms, I've put together a collection of articles on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder that you may find helpful. The topics covered include diagnostic criteria, evaluation guidelines, ADHD in girls, behavioral treatment, medication treatment, the impact of ADHD in siblings, long-term outcomes, and educational rights for children with ADHD. You will also find thorough overviews of the two ADHD treatments that currently enjoy the strongest research support - behavioral treatment and medication treatment.

As noted above, there are two other benefits to signing up for a complimentary subscription to Attention Research Update. First, you'll receive immediate access to detailed summaries of some of the most important studies of ADHD treatments, attention deficit disorder symptoms, new assessment techniques, and developmental studies of ADHD that have been published over the past 7 years. I am confident that you will find information in my collection of past issues that will be of strong interest to you.

Finally, new subscribers can request a complimentary copy of the ADHD Monitoring System, a simple but effective tool I developed that can be used to monitor the ongoing effectiveness of ADHD treatments that a child is receiving. Careful treatment monitoring is important for promoting the long-term success of children with ADHD, and this tool will greatly assist you in this task.

Thank you again for visiting. I hope that you become a subscriber and that Attention Research Update will be a helpful resource for you to learn more about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder.

Sincerely,

David Rabiner, Ph.D.
Research Professor
Duke University

P.S. If you'd like to see information on my background and experience click here.

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