Attention Research Update - 2001

"Here are the contents of issues published in 2001.
Just click on the link to get to the issues you would like to review."


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


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - January 2001
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The Effect of Vitamin-Mineral Supplementation on Juvenile Delinquency

Is The Conner's CPT a Valid Tool for Diagnosing ADHD?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - February 2001
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The Role of Neurofeedback In The Treament of ADHD

The Teaching Attention Skills to Children with ADHD


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - March 2001
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New Outcome Reports From the MTA Study

Medication Treatment for ADHD: The Importance of Ongoing Monitoring


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - April 2001
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New Support For The Use of QEEG Scanning In Diagnosing ADHD

Do QEEG Scan Results Differentiate ADHD From Other Psychiatric Disorders


(No issue was published in May or June of this year)

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - July 2001
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Do Comorbid Conditions Impact How Children withADHD Respond to Treatment?

New Evaluation and Treatment Guidelines from Expert Panel


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - August 2001
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Female Adolescents with ADHD

An Effective Behavioral Intervention for Preschoolers with ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - September 2001
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Does Stimulant Medication Improve the Driving Performance Of Young Adults with ADHD?

The Ways in which Parents Think about Parenting, Themselves, and
their Child may Affect Treatment Outcomes for Children with ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - October 2001
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New Treatment Guidelines for ADHD From the American Academy of Pediatrics

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - November 2001
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Does ADHD in Childhood Predict Peer Problems in Addolescence?

Which Intervention for ADHD are most Acceptable to Teachers?

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - December 2001
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Atomoxetine: A New Medication Option for Treating ADHD

How Do Middle and High School Students with ADHD Feel About Taking Medicaiton?


(c) 2001 David Rabiner, Ph.D.

Information presented in Attention Research Update is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice.