A bibliography provides the reader with sources for information on a subject. A bibliography may be a list of books, articles, or other sources (interviews, films) on a particular subject. Bibliographies may be found at the end of books or articles, or may be separate publications. The bibliography provided here focuses on related medical issues with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.

  • Current Bibliographies in Medicine 98-2
  • "Diagnosis and Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder" Glock, Martha H.; Jensen, Peter S.; Cooper, James R., compilers. Diagnosis and treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Current Bibliographies in Medicine 98-2. Bethesda (MD): National Library of Medicine; 2004 April 05. 1440 citations from January 1980 through August 1998. Available from: URL

    This source from the National Library of Medicine provides an overview and introduction to ADHD and an extensive bibliography for additional sources for topical information ADHD. A parent or teacher may use this bibliography to search for additional information on a specific topic.

    The following is what this website provides:

    Overview and Introduction
    ADHD as a Disorder in Children, Adolescents and Adults
    Current Diagnostic Schema/Core Dimensions
    Etiology/Risk Factors
    Genetics and Pathophysiology
    Cognitive and Behavioral Correlates
    Prevalence Across the Life Span and Across Cultures
    Course of the Disorder and Outcome, Including Comorbidity
    Systems Impact: School and the Justice System
    Impairment: Childhood and Adolescence
    Impairment: Adulthood
    Safety and Efficacy of Treatments: Short and Long Term
    Stimulant Medications
    Nonstimulant Medications
    Psychosocial Interventions
    Other Treatments
    Treatment Comparisons
    Matching Patients to Treatments
    Substance Abuse Risks of Stimulant Treatments
    Risk of Treatment vs. Nontreatment
    ADHD Subgroups at Risk for Substance Use Disorder
    Sensitization and the Risk of Exposure to Stimulant Medications
    Stimulant Treatment as a Risk Factor for Nicotine Use and Substance Abuse
    Abuse, Diversion and Consequences of Methylphenidate Abuse
    Availability of Stimulant Medications: Nature and Extent of Abuse and Associated Harm
    Existing Practices and Barriers Regarding Assessment and Treatment
    Treatment Services Provided to Children With ADHD: A National Perspective
    Current Assessment and Treatment Practices
    Educational Policies
    Insurance and Managed Care
    Individual and Family Barriers

    Created by Mary M. Silgals, MLIS

    April 6, 2004
    Edited August 13, 2004

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