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Attention Magazine April 2023
Getting Kids Active Every Day
Mark Katz, PhD
The Challenge of Keeping Friends
Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC
Is ADHD Related to Eating Difficulties?
Yuanyuan Jiang and Joelle Ciccarrelli
Cognitive Disengagement Syndrome
Joseph W. Fredrick
While up to half of children with ADHD may also experience symptoms of CDS, previously called sluggish cognitive tempo, it can also be present in children who do not have ADHD.
EpicWin as Game-Based Self-Management
For students who have ADHD, it is important that teachers and parents take the time to teach them the skills needed to independently manage behavior.
Why Are Black Preschoolers with ADHD Expelled?
Courtney Zulauf-McCurdy PhD
Too often these children do not get the interventions they need, due to negative perceptions of their behaviors, racial biases, and health disparities.
Launching Successful Young Adults with ADHD
Margaret H. Sibley, PhD
Self-motivation is built over time by the small actions taken each day by parents, educators, and adult allies of youth with ADHD.
Beware These Sneaky Energy Vampires
Alan P. Brown
Awareness—and a few actions—will help you counter those things that drain or consume your fuel tank each day.
How I Manage My Improv-Based Training Business with ADHD
Chasing Dopamine Is Exercise
Erik “Doc” Anderson, AAC, and Doug Snyder
They were the poster boys for not exercising. What did they do to turn it around?
Joseph Biederman, MD: A Champion of Clinical Science
Craig Bruce Hackett Surman, MD
A Champion of Clinical Science: Joseph Biederman, MD
Marlene Snyder, PhD: A Tireless Advocate for Children
Maureen Gill, LCSW, ACC, and Zara Harris, MS, OT
A Tireless Advocate for Children: Marlene Snyder, PhD