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Attention Magazine April 2022

Screen Time and Sleep During the Pandemic

Yuanyuan Jiang PhD, CPsych

RESEARCH BRIEFS




Eight Ways to Stop Taking Things So Personally

Caroline Maguire MEd, ACCG, PCC

CONNECTION MATTERS




Fidget-to-Focus Strategies

Mark Katz

PROMISING PRACTICES




Reading Comprehension and Executive Function

Debbie Tracht

While executive function skills differ in each individual and overlap across a spectrum, the core EF skills of self-regulation, working memory, and cognitive flexibility have substantial impact on reading.




Compensatory and Recovery Services for Students with ADHD

Mallory Legg

Students who fell behind during the pandemic might be entitled to these services to make up for harm caused by services they missed. Here’s what you need to know.




Inattentive ADHD in Boys

Kristin Wilcox

Parenting her son forced this mother to change everything she thought she knew about ADHD.




Young Adulthood and ADHD

Chris A. Zeigler Dendy and Ruth A. Hughes

Our teens with ADHD may take longer to mature; with our support they can be successful.




Teens, ADHD, and Driving

Rosemary Hollinger

A parent, lawyer, and ADHD coach offers recommendations on how to prepare yourself and your teen driver before anything happens.




Executive Function Issues and ADHD

Carey A. Heller and Joyce Cooper-Kahn

As the awareness of executive functions has migrated from the scientific arena into popular discussion, so has confusion about what the term means. Let’s clear that up.




Growing College Success from First Semester Failure

Jon Thomas and Pamela Barton

Executive functions and emotional intelligence top the list of greatest deficits causing these students to struggle. How can they redirect toward success?




Disclosing Your ADHD Diagnosis

Cynthia Hammer

You can become comfortable with telling others, while maintaining an awareness that not everyone needs to know.




Embrace Miscellaneous Organization for Your Ideas

Jeff Copper with Rick Green

If you can find what you’re looking for, you are organized—and that applies to your thoughts as well as things.