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Christakis et al, 2004

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First study showing that higher levels of TV early in development watching correlate with attention deficit problems later in development. Interesting model for a possible student study - and a nice illustration of the dictum that 'correlation doesn't imply causation'...

ADHD Research Advances

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This Power point presentation contains invaluable research information, it is featured in the Video 'Advances in the Understanding and Management of ADHD'- MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders. I would strongly recommend using both power point and video resources together (I have included the link below). http://www.uctv.tv/search-details.aspx?showID=14660 Date: 11/10/2008; 80 minutes

Article from the Guardian about the increase in ritalin use to treat ADHD. Might be useful for clinical psychology.

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Ritalin use for ADHD children soars fourfold. Article from the Guardian about the increase in ritalin use to treat ADHD. Might be useful for clinical psychology. Or ethics. (due to the fact longditiduinal reserach hasn't been yet to understant the harm caused by these drugs.)

ADHD and The Classroom (2.13 Mb) - Dr. Rosemary Tannock's presentations

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Emerging neuroscience/educational perspective - ADHD is a biologically-rooted neurocognitive disability - ADHD is more usefully conceptualized as a type of learning disability (rather than just a behavior disorder) Oral language, academic, & cognitive function should be routinely assessed in ADHD Intervention for ADHD will be multimodal & include: Psychoeducation Psychopharmacology Antecedent-focused approaches with metacognitive instruction & environmental

Re-Conceptualizing ADHD (PowerPoint, 353 kb) - Dr. Rosemary Tannock presentation

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Re-Conceptualizing ADHD (PowerPoint, 353 kb) - Dr. Rosemary Tannock presentation Studies on; Language, cognitive & academic problems associated with ADHD as well as behavioural symptoms Studies and findings regarding Cognitive processes of; Attention, Working memory, Communicating, Learning, Maths, Reading and writing.

Powerpoint - Clinical and Neurological Perspectives.

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Dr. Russell Schachar's presentation (minus copyrighted images): Scientific up date Clinical and Neurological Perspectives of ADHD (411 kb) -Summary and overview current understanding. -Neuroscience 101: a)Genes, b)Proteins, c)Brain structure, d)Cognitive function Behaviour. e)Caveats http://www.acposb.on.ca/LearnChall/ADHD.html

Clinical and Neurological Perspectives of ADHD - Dr. Russell Schachar's presentation (minus copyrighted images)

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Dr. Russell Schachar's presentation (minus copyrighted images): Clinical and Neurological Perspectives of ADHD (411 kb) -Summary and overview current understanding. -Neuroscience 101: a)Genes, b)Proteins, c)Brain structure, d)Cognitive function Behaviour. e)Caveats Studies and findings regarding Cognitive processes of; Attention, Working memory, Communicating, Learning, Maths, Reading and writing. http://www.acposb.on.ca/LearnChall/ADHD.html

Fact Sheet: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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Topics MAJOR CHARACTERISTICS OTHER CHARACTERISTICS ADULT OUTCOME SUBTYPES PREVALENCE ETIOLOGIES TREATMENT MORE INFORMATION SUGGESTED READINGS

What is ADHD? ADHD Lecture Notes 2011 pdf

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ADHD Lecture Notes 2011 Andrew Kinsella 2011 Lecture Notes.pdf Explanation of syndrome model of ... www.adasa.com.au/.../wp.../Andrew-Kinsella-2011-Lecture-Notes.pdf...

ADHD and its genetic link

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Hyperactive children may suffer from genetic disorder - ADHD article from the Guardian

ADHD ppt

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Russell Barkley, Ph.D lecture 'Advances in the Understanding and Management of ADHD'- MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

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'Advances in the Understanding and Management of ADHD'- MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders. “Russell Barkley, Ph.D., discusses the recent advancements in understanding the nature and subtyping of ADHD as well as recent discoveries in what might cause the disorder and medications that might help treat ADHD. (#14660)” Russell Barkley, Ph.D. is a leading research Professor in the study of ADHD. This 80 minute lecture contains invaluable research

Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD Emotional Regulation

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Dr Russell Barkley explains how people with ADHD have an inability to regulate  their limbic system.

Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD

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Dr Russell Barkley dispels another myth.

Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD Family Genetics & Traits

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Dr Russell Barkley - Explains brain development in ADHD Families.

Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD Hyperactivity & Multitasking

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Dr Russell Barkley, Ph.D giving a lecture on ADHD at The Centre for ADHD/ADD Advocacy Canada (CADDAC). Dr Russell Barkley, Ph.D Describes how premature development of the primary motor zone, combined with late development of the frontal cortex impacts on how hyperactivity is presented in children v adults.

Bugs, Taz, and ADHD

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This site conveys aspects of psychological disorders using classic cartoons. These cartoons teach, but in a tongue and cheek manner.