Attention Research Update - 2018

"Here are the contents of issues published in 2018.
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 2018
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Do you have a treatment monitoring plan in place for the new year?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - February 2018
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Can teens with ADHD tell when they are on medication?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - March 2018
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Impact of ADHD medication treatment on adult height and core symptoms

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - April 2018
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Peer acceptance protects against negative outcomes for youth


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - May 2018
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Using virtual reality to treat ADHD


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - June 2018
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Why college students don't regularly use their ADHD meds

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - July 2018
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New evidence that neurofeedback yields sustained benefits for ADHD


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - August 2018
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Do you have a treatment monitoring plan in place for the new school year?

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - September 2018
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Do ADHD drugs help college students without ADHD?


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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - October 2018
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Comparing neurofeedback to medication in treating ADHD

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ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE - November 2018
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Young adult outcomes for individuals with remitted, persistent, and late-onset ADHD









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