Suggested Reading

Barkley, R. A. (1998). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Guilford, New York. Brown, R. T., and Sawyer, M. G. (1998). Medications for School Age

Children. Guilford, New York. Fisher, K. W., and Rose, S. P. (1994). Dynamic development of coordination of components in brain and behavior. In Human Behavior and the Developing Brain (G. Dawson, and K. W. Fischer, Eds.), Guilford, New York. Hartlage, L. C. (1998). Assessment of mental development in children. Behavior and Medicine, 3rd ed. C. V. Mosby, New York.

Hartlage, L. C., and Lucas, D. B. (1973). Mental Development Evaluation of the Pediatric Patient. Charles C. Thomas Co., Springfield, IL.

Hartlage, L. C., and Williams, B. L. (1997). Pediatric neuropsychol-ogy. In The Neuropsychology Handbook (A. M. Horton, D. Wedding, and J. Webster, Eds.), 2nd ed., Chapter 7, pp. 211-236. Springer, New York. Templer, D. I., Hartlage, L. C., and Cannon, C. W. (1991). Preventable Brain Damage: Brain Vulnerability and Brain Health. Springer, New York. Yeates, K. O., Ris, M. D., and Taylor, H. G. (Eds.) (2000). Pediatric Neuropsychology. Guilford, New York.

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