Found an apparent tie between a lack of Omega-3 fatty acids and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in young boys.
(765) 494-6995; home: (317) 743-8851
Assesses college students referred with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. identifies ADHD through observation, testing, behavior ratings and by the reports of family and friends. Supervises a support group for ADHD students.
Research includes motivation and achievement in children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Also studies the treatment of ADHD.
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Has studied the characteristics of gifted children who also have learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder.
(765) 494-7347; home: (317) 463-2589
National authority on attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Research focuses on seriously emotionally handicapped children, particularly those who have ADHD.
(765) 494-1144; home: (317) 447-911
Is an adviser for Purdue Adaptive Learners Society. Works with college students with learning disabilities.
Director, Child Development Laboratory
Researches children's understanding of disabilities and the inclusion of children with disabilities in regular education programs. Has expertise in early childhood special education. Is consulting editor for Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
(765) 494-7335; home: (317) 463-4881
Studies the development of social-communicative interaction and problem-solving skills by individuals with severe disabilities and ways to increase their participation in educational, vocational and community activities.
Nationally recognized authority on learning disabilities. Researches learning and memory of students with mild disabilities, as well as effective teaching and mainstreaming strategies. Is co-editor of the journal Advances in Learning and Behavioral Disabilities and is on editorial boards of seven other journals on special education and educational psychology.
(765) 494-0870; home: (317) 463-4500
National authority on learning disabilities. Studies learning and memory of children with mild disabilities, and effective teaching and mainstreaming strategies. Is co-editor of Advances in Learning and Behavioral Disabilities.