Attention Research Update - 2016

"Here are the contents of issues published in 2016.
Just click on the link to get to the issues you would like to review."


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

 

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - January 2016
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Teens with ADHD Overestimate their Driving Skills


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - February 2016
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A Surprising Connection between Altitude and ADHD


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - March 2016
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New Study Suggests Behavior Therapy should be FirstTreatment for ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - April 2016
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Peer Acceptance Protects Against Negative Outcomes for Youth
 
 

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - May 2016
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Problems with Pediatric Care for Children with ADHD
 


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - June 2016
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How Children's ADHD Symptoms Affect Parents' Feelings and Behavior
     


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - July 2016
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                     Early Attention Problems Undermine Long-Term Academic Outcomes
   

(There was no August issue.)


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - September2016
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        Does Sitting on a Balance Ball Help Children with ADHD?
     

(There was no October issue.)


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - November 2016
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        The Importance of Homework Struggles in Youth with ADHD
 

(There was no December issue.)



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