David Rabiner, Research Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Affiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy and Associate Dean of Trinity College
Research Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Affiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy and Associate Dean of Trinity College mailing address: Duke Box 90697, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708 office: 4 email: phone: (919) 684-6217
Research Summary: My current work focuses on interventions to improve academic performance in children with attention difficulties and a variety of other issues related to ADHD. I recently completed a study funded by the Department of Education of two different computerized interventions for elementary school students with attention difficulties. Another recently completed study, funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, examined the misuse and abuse of ADHD medications among college students. I also have long standing interests in improving the quality of care received by children with ADHD and in the relationship between children's social experience and their social cognitive functioning.
AS Rowland, BJ Skipper, DM Umbach, DL Rabiner, RA Campbell, AJ Naftel and DP Sandler (2015). The Prevalence of ADHD in a Population-Based Sample.. Journal of attention disorders, 19(9), 741-754. [doi] [abs]
AS Young and D Rabiner (2015). Racial/ethnic differences in parent-reported barriers to accessing children's health services.. Psychological services, 12(3), 267-273. [doi] [abs]
Rabiner, D.L., Carrig, M., & Dodge, K.A. (in press).
Attention problems and academic achievement: Do persistent and earlier-emerging problems have more adverse long-term effects?. Journal of Attention Disorders. (DOI: 10.1177/1087054713507974).
Multisite Violence Prevention Project (In press. DOI:10.1080/15374416.2013.8145).
Implementation and process effects on prevention outcomes for middle school students.. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology.
Green, A.L., & Rabiner, D.L. (2013). Prevalence and Correlates of ADHD in College Students: A Comparison of Diagnostic Methods.. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 3(124-132).