Responses to methylphenidate in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and normal children: update 2002.

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Since the positive effects of stimulants on disruptive behavior were described (Bradley & Bowen, 1941), further pediatric studyhas been limited almost exclusively to samples of hyperkinetic school-age children. Because these agents normally were viewed as arousing in their effects on the central nervous system, but were calming in their therapeutic effects… (More)

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