Saturday, December 27, 2014

JSER article cited in Journal of Attention Disorders impact factor journal

Dear readers,
It is my pleasure to inform you that JSER article has been cited in Journal of Attention Disorders which is impact factor journal. Impact Factor:2.397 | Ranking: Psychology, Developmental 23 out of 65 | Psychiatry (SSCI) 42 out of 124 | Psychiatry (SCI) 62 out of 136.
Langher, V., Ricci, M. E., Reversi, S., & Krstikj, N. (2009). ADHD and loneliness social dissatisfaction in inclusive school from an individual-context paradigm. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 10(3-4), 67-88 has been cited in Paweł Grygiel, Grzegorz Humenny, Sławomir Rębisz, Elżbieta Bajcar, Piotr Świtaj. Peer Rejection and Perceived Quality of Relations With Schoolmates Among Children With ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders.


Objective: The main aim of the current study was to investigate the links between ADHD diagnosis and the objective and subjective dimensions of social relationships among children from primary schools. Method: We used the data from 36 regular classrooms, consisting of 718 students, with each containing at least one child with an established clinical diagnosis of ADHD (38 children). Results: For children with ADHD, the level of the perceived quality of social relations was lower than that of children without such a diagnosis. After controlling for sociometric status, the impact of ADHD on perceived status proved to be statistically nonsignificant but the indirect impact of ADHD on this status through sociometric status was statistically significant. Conclusion: Children diagnosed with ADHD are more often rejected by their peers and have a more pessimistic view of their social world. Moreover, ADHD diagnosis does not have a direct influence on the perceived quality of social relations otherwise than through sociometric status.

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