Implicit theories of ADHD amongst professionals and lay people: A structural model incorporating characteristics, causes and treatments.

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science
EditorsP.P. Slezak
Place of PublicationSydney, Australia
PublisherUniversity of NSW
Pages286-291
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event4th ICCS International Conference on Cognitive Science, 7th ASCS Australasian Society for Cognitive Science Conference - Sydney, NSW, Australia
Duration: 13 Jul 200317 Jul 2003

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Conference4th ICCS International Conference on Cognitive Science, 7th ASCS Australasian Society for Cognitive Science Conference
CountryAustralia
Period13/07/0317/07/03

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Kiernan, M., Tyson, G., & Dryer, M. (2003). Implicit theories of ADHD amongst professionals and lay people: A structural model incorporating characteristics, causes and treatments. In P. P. Slezak (Ed.), The Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science (pp. 286-291). Sydney, Australia: University of NSW.
Kiernan, Michael ; Tyson, Graham ; Dryer, Mary. / Implicit theories of ADHD amongst professionals and lay people : A structural model incorporating characteristics, causes and treatments. The Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science. editor / P.P. Slezak. Sydney, Australia : University of NSW, 2003. pp. 286-291
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Implicit theories of ADHD amongst professionals and lay people : A structural model incorporating characteristics, causes and treatments. / Kiernan, Michael; Tyson, Graham; Dryer, Mary.

The Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science. ed. / P.P. Slezak. Sydney, Australia : University of NSW, 2003. p. 286-291.

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Kiernan M, Tyson G, Dryer M. Implicit theories of ADHD amongst professionals and lay people: A structural model incorporating characteristics, causes and treatments. In Slezak PP, editor, The Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science. Sydney, Australia: University of NSW. 2003. p. 286-291