Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Kevin Anthony
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The results of this study indicated that stimulant medicated ADHD children do not exhibit a more external global academic attributional style than a nonreferred control group. Further, the ADHD children's specific level attributions suggested that these children believed their medication was at least somewhat helpful and that they rated as providing a good effort on the spelling test. Additional analyses revealed that children who did not attribute successful outcomes to their effort tended to report higher levels of depression. Discussion focuses on implications for the role of global and specific level attributions in ADHD children's depressive symptomatology.
Zoubek, "Stimulant Medication and Attributional Style in ADHD Children" (1994). Master's Theses. 4713.