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Hyperactive children : the social ecology of identification and treatment

Author: Carol K Whalen; Barbara A Henker
Publisher: New York : Academic Press, 1980.
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The public and professionals alike are deluged with well-intentioned but poorly substantiated treatises on hyperactivity and its supposed causes and cures. From some parts of the spectrum come the assertions that hyperactivity is best understood as a purely physiological problem, perhaps a compensatory reaction to underarousal in the central nervous system, or perhaps a specific dietary allergy. From other quarters  Read more...
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Hyperactive children.
New York : Academic Press, 1980
(OCoLC)567950743
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol K Whalen; Barbara A Henker
ISBN: 0127459502 9780127459509
OCLC Number: 5992215
Description: xxiv, 407 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The social ecology of psychostimulant treatment: a model for conceptual and empirical analysis / Carol K. Whalen, Barbara Henker --
Developmental and social aspects of hyperactivity / Donald K. Routh --
Defining hyperactivity: psychophysiological and behavioral strategies / Stephen W. Porges, Karen M. Smith --
Childhood hyperkinesis: relationships between symptomatology and home environment / Carl E. Paternite, Jan Loney --
The identification and labeling of hyperactivity in children: an interactive model / Johnathan Sandoval, Nadine M. Lambert, Dana Sassone --
Hyperkinesis: prevalence and treatment / James J. Bosco, Stanley S. Robin --
Two psychoeducational treatment programs for young aggressive boys / Bonnie W. Camp --
A controlled trial of behavior modification and methylphenidate in hyperactive children / Rachel Gittelman [and others] --
The "real" and "ideal" management of stimulant drug treatment for hyperactive children: recent finding and a report from clinical practice / Judith L. Rapoport --
An educational analysis of hyperactive children's achievement problems / Barbara K. Keogh, Catherine J. Barkett --
Treatment and training approaches to hyperactivity: establishing internal or external control / Virginia I. Douglas --
The changing faces of hyperactivity: retrospect and prospect / Barbara Henker, Carol K. Whalen.
Responsibility: edited by Carol K. Whalen, Barbara Henker.

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The public and professionals alike are deluged with well-intentioned but poorly substantiated treatises on hyperactivity and its supposed causes and cures. From some parts of the spectrum come the assertions that hyperactivity is best understood as a purely physiological problem, perhaps a compensatory reaction to underarousal in the central nervous system, or perhaps a specific dietary allergy. From other quarters come the claims that hyperactivity is largely in the eye of the beholder and that children are the victims of slipshod labeling practices. In this climate of controversy, there is a clear need for a responsible and authoritative survey of what we know about contextual variables in the identification and treatment processes of hyperactivity in children. This volume is an attempt to fill this need. -- from Preface.

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