ADHD and Maternal Resiliency: A Cross-Cultural Examination of Canadian and American Mothers

by Patricia Neff

Table of Contents

List of Tables

Preface

Acknowledgments

Executive Summary


Chapter 1: Introduction

Definitions and Consequences of ADHD

Theoretical Framework

Objective

Rationale

Data

Contributing Factors of Maternal Well-Being

Expected Findings


Chapter 2: Background

The Diagnostic Reach of ADHD

The Treatment and Management of ADHD

The Mother-Child Relationship

Maternal Stress, Pathology, and Marital Discord in Families of ADHD Children

Maternal Contributions to ADHD

Evidence of Mother Blame

The Influence of Social Support on Maternal Well-Being

Distinctions Between Canadian and American Families of ADHD Children

Summary


Chapter 3: Data and Methodology

National Longitudinal Interview Survey (NHIS)

Dependent Measure: Maternal Well-Being

Independent Measures

National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY)

Sample Population

Analytical Plan to Address Study Questions

Analysis of Study Questions


Chapter 4: Canadian Findings

Means

OLS Regressions


Chapter 5: American Findings

Means

OLS Regressions


Chapter 6: Conclusion and Discussion

Limitations and Suggestions for Future Research

Summary


References

Index


 

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