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ADHD AND THE NATURE OF SELF-CONTROL. Russell A. Barkley, Guilford Press, (1997, New York). Barkley's latest work which reviews neuropsychological research into ADHD.
ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER - A CLINICAL WORKBOOK. Russell A. Barkley, Guilford Press (1991, New York). A manual of rating scales and fact sheets to assist parents identify ADHD.
ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS, HYPERACTIVITY & ASSOCIATED DISORDERS - HANDBOOK FOR PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS (SIXTH EDITION). Wendy Coleman, M.D., Calliope (1996, Madison, WI). A review of the various disorders related to ADHD which fit the BSSD terminology.
THE ADD HYPERACTIVITY WORKBOOK FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS AND KIDS. Harvey Parker, Ph.D., Impact Publications (1988, Plantation, FL). Heavily behavior modification oriented but contains good information.
THE ADD HYPERACTIVITY HANDBOOK FOR SCHOOLS. Harvey Parker, Ph.D., Impact Publications (1992, Plantation, FL). Classroom strategies for coping with students with ADHD.
HOW TO REACH AND TEACH ADD/ADHD CHILDREN. Sandra F. Reif, The Center for Applied Research in Education (1993, West Nyeck, NY). A variety of techniques which can be used to assist children with ADHD.
Academic Activities for Adolescents. E. J. Bailey, Learning Pathways (1975, Evergreen Colorado).
Attention Please! ADHD/ADD - A Comprehensive Guide for Successfully Parenting Children with Attention Disorders and Hyperactivity. SPI Press (1991, Atlanta).
The Survival Guide for Kids with LD - Learning Differences. Fisher, G. & Cummings, R., Free Spirit Publishing Inc., (1990, Minneapolis).
Maybe You Know My Kid - A Parent's Guide to Identifying, Understanding and Helping Your Child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Fowler, M. C., Carol Publishing Group-Birch Lane Press Book, (1993, New York).
If Your Child is Hyperactive, Inattentive, Impulsive, Distractible - Helping the ADD/Hyperactive Child. Garber, S. W.. Garber. M. D., and Spizman, R.F., Villard Books,, (1990, NY).
The Hyperactive Child, Adolescent and Adult - Attention Deficit Disorder Through the Life Span. Wender, P.H., Oxford University Press, (1987, NY).
Jumpin' Johnny Get Back to Work! - A guide to ADHD/Hyperactivity. Michael Gordon, Ph.D. and Janet Junco. Media Artists Inc. (1991, Manlius, NY)
Books on Parenting and Child Management (On this site):
PATHFINDER, TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE PARENTING. James J. Messina, Ph.D., Advanced Development Systems, Inc. (1995, Tampa, FL). The child management tips for this workbook were extracted from this text.
TOOLS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. James J. Messina, Ph.D., Advanced Development Systems, Inc. (1998, 1987, Tampa, FL). A practical manual on coping with the realities of having a child with special needs.
Self-Esteem Resources for Teachers, Counselors,Parents & Students (on this site)
TOOLS FOR COPING SERIES. James J. Messina, Ph.D.. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, (1992, Dubuque, Iowa).
Self-Esteem Seekers Anonymous - The SEA's Program Manual
Laying the Foundation - The Roots of Low Self-Esteem
Tools for Handling Loss
Tools for Personal Growth
Tools for Relationships
Tools for Communications
Tools for Anger Work Out
Tools for Handling Control Issues
Growing Down - Tools for Healing the Inner Child (co-author, Constance M. Messina, Ph.D.)
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