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Parental beliefs about the nature of ADHD behaviours and their relationship to referral intentions in preschool children.
BACKGROUND Parental beliefs about child problem behaviour have emerged as closely related to referral intentions to mental health services. METHODS This study compared beliefs of severity, impactExpand
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Maternal Emotions and Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Relation to Boys and Girls with AD/HD
This study examined the impact of child gender on mothers’ emotional responses to AD/HD, self-efficacy beliefs and perceived severity of AD/HD. Mothers (N = 118) of pre-schoolers were presented withExpand
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AD/HD Symptoms and Conduct Problems: Similarities and Differences in Maternal Perceptions
Several theories attempt to explain the high co-occurrence of Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) and Conduct Problems (CP). A strong possibility is that AD/HD behaviours lead to theExpand
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The relationship between attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and aggressive behaviour in preschool boys and girls
Research regarding attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) among preschoolers is limited. This study explored prevalence rates of AD/HD on a community‐based sample of preschoolers in Athens.Expand
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