Making Sense of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

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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
problems attempted medications
Subjects: 33 boys increased on both
with AD/HD medications
· Math performance
improved with
dextroamphetamine
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.

--Prentice Mulford


NOTES
1.
For additional information on self-management techniques see Appendix F, Self-management Techniques Resource List.
2.
For more information on social skills training refer to Appendix G, Social Skills Resource List.

REFERENCES

Abikoff H. ( 1991). "Cognitive training in AD/HD children: Less to it than meets the eye". Journal of Learning Disabilities, 24( 4), 205-209.

American Psychiatric Association (APA). ( 1987). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders ( 3rd ed., revised). Washington, DC: Author.

Anastopoulos A. D., DuPaul G. J., & Barkley R. A. ( 1991). "Stimulant medication and parent training therapies for Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder". Journal of Learning Disabilities, 24( 4), 210-218.

Armstrong T. ( 1995). The myth of the A.D.D. child. New York: Dutton.

Arnold L. E., Abikoff H. B., Cantwell D. P., Conners C. K., Elliot G., Greenhill L. L. , Hechtman L., Hinshaw S. P., Hoza B., Jensen P. S., Kraemer H. C. , March J. S., Newcorn J. H., Pelham W. E., Richters J. E., Schiller E., Severe J. B., Swanson J. M., Vereen D., & Wells K. ( 1997, September). "National Institute of Mental Health collaborative multimodal treatment study of children with ADHD (the MTA)". Archives of General Psychiatry, 54, 865-870.

Ary D., Jacobs L., & Razavieh A. ( 1996). Introduction to research in education. Orlando: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston.

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