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Attention Magazine October 2007

Parent to Parent (P2P): Family Training on ADHD

Karen Sampson

Follow-up Findings to the Multimodal Treatment Study on ADHD.

Peter S. Jensen

In August, the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACP) published the follow-up findings to the Multimodal Treatment Study on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (MTA). Sponsord and financed by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the original study provided information many individuals and parents use to decide which course of treatment to employ to manage their own or their child’s ADHD.

ADHD Medications: An Overview

Glen R. Elliot

The first clinical observations of the impact of stimulants on what was then called hyperactivity occurred in the late 1930’s, at the dawn of modern psychopharmacology. Stimulants are both the crown jewel and the bane of child psychopharmacology.

Planning and Attention Problems in ADHD.

Sam Goldstein

Onward and Upward

This is the final enstallment of a four-part series exploring the financial experiences of those living with ADHD at various stages in life.

Firme y adelante

Bryan Goodman

Estes es el ultimo articulo de una serie de cuatro partes que trata sobre las experiences financieras de aquellos que viven con el TDA/H en diferentes etapas de la vida.

Finding natural support in a community of faith

Karen Sampson

Reaching out to African-American Psychiatrists with Information about ADHD

Bryan Goodman

Update on Children with ADHD and Their Parents

Sam Goldstein

It is generally believed that good parenting leads to a positive parent-child relationships and ultimately optimal child behavior and life outcome.

Congress, FDA Reform, and Drug Safety–Striking the Right Balance

Paul J. Seifert

Linda O’Brien knows what its like to navigate the middle ground of prescription medications, balancing the positive effects of those medications against the possible side effects.