Childhood ADHD Symptoms: Association with Parental Social Networks and Mental Health Service Use during Adolescence

@inproceedings{Bussing2015ChildhoodAS,
  title={Childhood ADHD Symptoms: Association with Parental Social Networks and Mental Health Service Use during Adolescence},
  author={Regina Bussing and Johanna M Meyer and Bonnie Zima and Dana M. Mason and Faye A. Gary and Cynthia Wilson Garvan and Jenine K. Harris and Douglas Alwyn Luke},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE This study examines the associations of childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) risk status with subsequent parental social network characteristics and caregiver strain in adolescence; and examines predictors of adolescent mental health service use. METHODS Baseline ADHD screening identified children at high risk (n = 207) and low risk (n = 167) for ADHD. At eight-year follow-up, parents reported their social network characteristics, caregiver strain, adolescents… CONTINUE READING
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