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  1. Feb 17, 2023 · This systematic review and meta-analysis found that children with ADHD had significantly poorer HRQoL than children without ADHD from both parents’ and children’s perspectives. The impact of ADHD on children’s HRQoL appeared to be “very large” for both parent- and child-reported HRQoL.

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  2. Jul 4, 2022 · ADHD has a weaker effect on achievement in higher‐performing schools. Schools make more of a difference to the achievements of students with higher levels of ADHD, explaining over four times as much variance in achievement for those with high versus average inattention symptoms.

    • 10.1111/jcpp.13656
    • 2022/10
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  4. Dec 12, 2023 · One study found some improvements in family satisfaction and family behavior controls (e.g., supervision to child, family organization) over an 18-month period for families of children with ADHD (aged 4–18 years old with an existing ADHD diagnosis) who had received a case management intervention, relative to non-intervention families ( Churchill...

  5. Jun 19, 2020 · In the case of preschool and young school children, CBT focuses on parents and educators, who are instructed and trained to act according to CBT principles, while older children and adolescents may be trained directly to use more appropriate behavioral strategies.

    • Renate Drechsler, Silvia Brem, Silvia Brem, Daniel Brandeis, Edna Grünblatt, Edna Grünblatt, Gregor ...
    • 2020
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    A sample of 122 kindergarten students, their parents, and their teachers (n = 33) with complete data on the measures used in the current study were included in this study. Participants were part of a larger study that originally recruited a sample of 181 students in the fall of kindergarten. Participants were recruited from 14 schools in the Southe...


    Parents reported on their demographic information in the fall of kindergarten. A socioeconomic variable was created using a sum of responses on the parental education and family income variables, with higher scores indicating higher education and income.

    Parent Support for Learning Scale

    The PSLS assesses parental involvement in educational activities with their child at home. It includes items related both to parent behaviors, as well as the tone of the interactions. The development of the scale was based on existing scales including the Family-School Questionnaire (Midgett 2000). Parents completed this measure in the spring of kindergarten. The PSLS has 18 items and item responses range from 1 (Strong Disagree) to 5 (Strongly Agree). Example items include: “I often bring ho...

    Parent Involvement Project Parent Questionnaire

    The PIPQ measures personal motivators and contextual factors for parents’ educational involvement, including parents self-efficacy, role construction, time and energy, and knowledge and skills for involvement. The PIPQ was completed by the parents in the spring of kindergarten. Four subscale from the PIPQ-M were used in the current study: Parental Self-Efficacy (5 items), Parental Role Construction—Role Activity Beliefs (10 items), Parental Time and Energy (5 items), and Parental Knowledge an...

    All study procedures were approved by the Institutional Review Boards of the institutions of the first and second authors. Data for this study were collected in the spring of the 2011–2012 school year. Once schools agreed to participate in the study, teachers were recruited. Participating teachers sent home consent forms with all students in their ...

    Descriptive analyses of the variables of interest were run using SPSS 22. To answer the question of whether ADHD symptoms moderated the effects of parent attitudes on parent involvement behavior, moderation was tested Mplus 7.21 (Muthén and Muthén 1998–2018). In these analyses, observed variables were used due to sample size. A series of eight mode...

    • Julia A. Ogg, Maria A. Rogers, Robert J. Volpe
    • 2020
  6. Oct 22, 2021 · Patients with ADHD are at increased risk for serious negative outcomes including poor educational outcomes [ 7 ], injuries and accidents [ 8, 9 ], teenage pregnancies [ 10 ], family conflict [ 11 ], and criminal behavior and incarceration [ 12 ].

  7. Mar 25, 2024 · Effective treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is essential to improving youth outcomes. OBJECTIVES. This systematic review provides an overview of the available treatment options. DATA SOURCES.