Atomoxetine versus stimulants in the community treatment of children with ADHD: an electronic diary study.

@article{Whalen2010AtomoxetineVS,
  title={Atomoxetine versus stimulants in the community treatment of children with ADHD: an electronic diary study.},
  author={Carol K. Whalen and Barbara Anne Henker and Sharon S. Ishikawa and Natasha Alohilani Emmerson and Ralph Swindle and Joseph Atkins Johnston},
  journal={Journal of attention disorders},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          391-400
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To compare the morning and afternoon/evening functioning of children with ADHD treated in the community with either atomoxetine or long-acting stimulants and reported to be doing well. METHOD 109 8- to 12-year-olds and their mothers participated in one of three groups: stimulants (STIM, N = 26), atomoxetine (ATMX, N = 25), or comparison (COMP, N = 58). Mothers completed morning and evening electronic diaries installed on personal digital assistants throughout an entire week, rating… CONTINUE READING
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