Attention Research Update - 2012

"Here are the contents of issues published in 2012.
Just click on the link to get to the issues you would like to review."


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

 


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - January 2012
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New Review of Neurofeedback Treatment for ADHD?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - February 2012
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Does Coaching Help College Students with ADHD?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - March 2012
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Is ADHD Overdiagnosed?

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - April 2012
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TEAMS - A New ADHD Treatment for Younger Children


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - May 2012
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New Evidence that ADHD may Enhance Creativity

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - June 2012
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Being Young for Grade Increases Odds of ADHD Diagnosis


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - July 2012
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Encouraging New Findings for Working Memory Training


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - August 2012
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New Study Shows Teens with ADHD Helped by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - September 2012
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Friendship Characteristics of Children with ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - October 2012
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Beliefs about Medication Treatment and Concerns about Loss of Self


(there was no issue published in November)


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - December 2012
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ADHD Medication Treatment may Reduce Criminal Behavior


(c) 2012 David Rabiner, Ph.D.

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