The Parent's Hyperactivity Handbook: Helping the Fidgety Child

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1.
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2.
Harriette C. Johnson, "The Disruptive Child: Problems of Definition," Social Casework, vol. 70 (October 1989), pp. 469-478.
3.
Herbert C. Quay, "Theories of ADHD," Journal of Children in Contemporary Society, vol. 19 (Fall/Winter 1986), pp. 262-263.
4.
Marianne Haenlein and William E Caul, "Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity: A Specific Hypothesis of Reward Dysfunction," Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, vol. 26 (3, 1987), pp. 356-362.
5.
David C. Guevremont, George J. DuPaul, and Russell A. Barkley, "Diagnosis and Assessment of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder in Children," Journal of School Psychology, vol. 28 (1, 1988), pp. 51-78.
6.
Johnson, "The Disruptive Child," pp. 469-478.
7.
Howard Abikoff, "Efficacy of Cognitive Training Interventions in Hyperactive Children: A Critical Review," Clinical Psychology Review, vol. 5 (1985), pp. 479-512.
8.
Shirley Brand, "Learning Through Meaning," Academic Therapy, vol. 24 (January 1989), pp. 305-314.
9.
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