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From the Literature  

Author:  Michelle Charlin.

Source: Volume 17, Number 01, Winter 2017 , pp.25-27(3)

Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth 2017

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Our regular column surveying the research literature summarizes important results including the following studies: “Exercise, Autism, and New Possibilities” by Geslak, D.S., published in Palaestra 30(2): 32–36, 2016; “Manic Symptoms Due to Methylphenidate Use in an Adolescent with Traumatic Brain Injury” by Ekinci O., Direk M.C., Ekinci N., and Okuyaz C., published in Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience 14(3): 314–317, 2016; “A Qualitative Analysis of Children’s Emotional Reactions During Hospitalization Following Injury” by Ramsdell, K.D., Morrison, M., Kassam-Adams, N., and Marsac, M.L., published in Journal of Trauma Nursing 23(4): 194–201, 2016; “Twice-Weekly Aripiprazole for Treating Children and Adolescents with Tic Disorder, a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial” by Ghanizadeh, A., published in Annals of General Psychiatry 15(1): 21–29, 2016; “The Youth-Mental Health Engagement Network: An Exploratory Pilot Study of a Smartphone and Computer- Based Personal Health Record for Youth Experiencing Depressive Symptoms” by Forchuk, C., Reiss, J., Eichstedt, J., Singh, D., Collins, K., Rudnick, A., Walsh, J., Ethridge, P., Kutcher, S., and Fisman, S., published in International Journal of Mental Health 45(3), 205–222, 2016; “Using Activity Schedules to Increase On-Task Behavior in Children at Risk for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder” by Cirelli, C.A., Sidener, T.M., Reeve, K.F., and Reeve, S.A., published in Education and Treatment of Children 39(3): 283–300, 2016; “Reduced Pain Perception in Children and Adolescents with ADHD Is Normalized by Methylphenidate” by Wolff, N., Rubia, K., Knopf, H., Holling, H., Martini, J., Ehrlich, S., and Roessner, V., published in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 10(24): 1–10, 2016

Keywords: Autism and Exercise; Mania and Methylphenidate; Stress With Hospitalization; Treating Tics; Using Electronic Personal Health Records; Activity Schedules; Pain Perception in ADHD

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