Table 5.1 (continued)
|Type of Intervention||Findings||Educational Implications|
|16. Methylphenidate||· Both stimulants||Educators should see|
|and dextro-||enhanced reading||academic improvements|
|amphetamine||performance||with students treated|
|· The number of math||with either of these|
|Subjects: 33 boys||increased on both|
· Math performance|
|Note: Chart numbers correspond with article review numbers.|
There are more possibilities in nature, in the elements, in man and out of man; and they come as fast as man sees and knows how to use these forces, in nature and in himself. Possibilities and miracles mean the same thing.
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