2012 Burnett Lecture Part 1 Keynote Speaker: Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D.




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Streamed live on Nov 1, 2012

The 11th Timothy B. and Jane A. Burnett Seminar for Academic Achievement

Sponsored by the Academic Success Program for Students with LD and ADHD — a UNC-Chapel Hill Learning Center Program in the College of Arts and Sciences — and the UNC General Alumni Association. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Thursday, Nov. 1 | 1-4:30 p.m.
George Watts Hill Alumni Center

Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., is a clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina. In the span of his career as a clinical scientist, educator and practitioner, he has written prolifically on the nature, assessment and treatment of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) and related disorders.

Dr. Barkley has developed one of the leading theories of executive functioning and its role in the nature of ADHD. From this theory, he has also developed numerous clinical implications concerning the diagnosis and management of ADHD. To learn more, visit russellbarkley.org.

Dr. Barkley's presentation will focus on:
Understanding the nature of ADHD as it relates to each of the five major executive functions: working memory, self-management, emotional self-regulation, self-motivation and self-control Developing a better understanding of how this theory leads to more effective interventions for individuals with ADHD.
Visit http://learningcenter.unc.edu/ for information about the UNC Learning Center programs. Also a link to his slides are the page.


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