Four Psychological Studies
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This paper presents detailed reviews of four psychological articles. Each review presents a short summary and a critique of the experimental design that was used by the investigators. The first study determines whether there is a difference between Asian and American students at American Universities when it comes to the willingness to seek help and treatment for symptoms somaticization. The second study determines if young adults who had Attention Hyperactivity Disorder are more likely to use licit and illicit substances than young adults without ADHD. The third study measures behavior issues between ADHD preschool children and non-ADHD preschool children and the fourth measures the amount of stress that teaching ADHD students places on the teachers that teach them.
From the Paper:"This study measured behavior issues between ADHD preschool children and non ADHD preschool children. The study is important as previous literature on ADHD school behavior issues focus primarily on non preschool aged children. Determining the behavior problems I ADHD children before they enter elementary school might allow for the treatment and the advent of behavior modifications to begin. The study utilized five search strategies to locate potential studies for inclusion(McGoey, 2002)."
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Four Psychological Studies (2002, November 05) Retrieved December 06, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/four-psychological-studies-9931/
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