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|I. ||I. Reputation of journal: (X) = a journal that referees submissions prior to approval for publication.|
|II. ||II. Date of Publication|
|III. ||III. Relevance of the Study to Educators:|
enhances teacher's communication with others|
has direct application to teaching|
facilitates decision making|
contributes to a basic understanding of AD/HD|
|IV. ||IV. Representative of a Body of Literature: (X) = research is cited in the article
that supports and reflects the general findings of the literature. The number represents items in the reference list.|
Definition of Terms
|Experimental: a study in which the subjects are randomly assigned to categories
and involving one or more manipulated variables|
|Quasi-experimental: a study in which at least one variable is manipulated but subjects are not randomly assigned to groups|
|Nonexperimental: a study in which there is no manipulation of variables and no
randomization of assignment of subjects|
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Book title: Making Sense of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Contributors: Carol R. Lensch - Author.
Publisher: Bergin & Garvey.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: 113.
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