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OBJECTIVE To address rising concerns about the possible overdiagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and overtreatment with stimulants. To date, almost no studies have examined ADHD in unbiased community-based studies, ascertaining both the prevalence of the diagnosis within nonreferred populations and the extent to which various(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the association between time of smoking initiation and both the independent and joint effects of active and passive tobacco smoke exposure and the risk of breast cancer in a sample of Ontario women. METHODS Data from two large population-based case-control studies conducted among Ontario women aged 25-75 years were combined for(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe the lifetime prevalence of selected psychiatric disorders in Ontario women and to compare these estimates with use of mental health resources. METHODS We obtained data from a survey of 3062 Ontario women, aged 25 to 74 years, who participated in the Women's Health Study. A 5-item scale assessed lifetime prevalence of 5 psychiatric(More)
revealed the extent to which differing sets of values and beliefs had divided the mathematical community. This paper rejoins the debate surrounding the Standards, exploring some of the opposing points of view while offering some perspectives on the roots of the conflict, the current status of the debate, and some suggestions as to what might be done to(More)
  • EDUCATOR, Ginger Rhodes, Margaret Sloan, Erik Tillema, Stephen Bismarck, Laurel Bleich +8 others
  • 2004
A Note from the Editor Dear TME readers, Along with the editorial team, I present the first of two issues to be produced during my brief tenure as editor of Volume 14 of The Mathematics Educator. This issue showcases the work of both veteran and budding scholars in mathematics education. The articles range in topic and thus invite all those vested in(More)
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