A multinational, cross-cultural perspective on hyperactivity.

Abstract

Five independent studies of the prevalence of hyperactivity in five countries are compared. All used the Conners Short Parent-Teacher Questionnaire. Sample sizes were 271 (USA), 418 (New Zealand), 711 (Great Britain), 1759 (Australia), 5357 (Germany). National cut-off points ranged from 15 to 21.

DOI: 10.1111/j.1939-0025.1986.tb02734.x

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@article{Holborow1986AMC, title={A multinational, cross-cultural perspective on hyperactivity.}, author={Patricia Holborow and Paul W. Berry}, journal={The American journal of orthopsychiatry}, year={1986}, volume={56 2}, pages={320-322} }