Attention Research Update - 2002

"Here are the contents of issues published in 2002.
Just click on the links for those issues you would like to review."


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

 

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - January 2002
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Atomoxetine: A New Medication Option for Treating ADHD

How do Middle and High School Students with ADHD Feel About Taking Medication?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - February 2002
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Stress and coping in parents of children with ADHD

Neuropsychological functioning in ADHD subtypes


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - March 2002
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ADHD treatment in community settings - Impact on educational outcomes

The impact of family therapy on adolescents with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder
 


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - April 2002
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Does Medication Treatment Improve the Academic Performance of Adolescents with ADHD?

Adjustment and Social Competence in Children with ADHD Siblings


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - May 2002
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Does Maternal Responsiveness Predict Sons' Conduct Disordered Behavior?

ADHD Symptoms and the Daily Experience of Adolescents


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - June 2002
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The effect of fatty acid supplementation on ADHD symptoms

Do children's expectations for medication treatment effect treatment outcome?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - July 2002
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Does Contact with Nature Improve Attentional Functioning in Children with ADHD?

Do Boys with ADHD Overestimate their Competence?
 

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - August 2002
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Recent trends in medication treatment

Young adults with ADHD: A comparison of combined and inattentive subtypes

How often does ADHD persist into adulthood


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - September 2002
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ADHD and mothers' feelings of psychological distress: The importance of child
behavior and mothers' feelings of control
 
Effects of Interactive Metronome rhthymicity training of children with ADHD:
Preliminary study of a new treatment approach

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - October 2002
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Classroom behavior of children with ADHD: Relationship
to gender and the presence of other difficulties

New information on ADHD in girls

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - November 2002
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Maximizing the benefits of stimulant medication treatment for children with ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - December 2002
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A Comparison of Atomoxetine (Strattera) and Methylphenidate treatment in children with ADHD


(c) 2002 David Rabiner, Ph.D. Information presented in Attention Research Update is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice.  Although newsletter sponsors offer products and services that I believe will be of interest to subscribers, sponsorship of Attention Research Update does not constitute a specific endorsement or guarantee of any company's product or services.