Volume. 49/ Spring 2011  Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Dialogues & Responses
      Becomings: Gendered Self-embodiments
“We”, A collective becoming: Practical use of Knowledge in living, helping and research/ Hsiang-Chun Lin

Becoming a person and living a life of virtue/ Ying-Fang Chiou

Embodiment and experience: The existential grounds of self and culture/ Mei-Rian Liao

To those who have not been defeated/ An-Bang Yu

      Authors’ & Editor’s Responses
A silent yet prosperous road/ Yen Lin

Overcoming the dilemmas of “becoming us”/ Su-Jen Lee

Response to responses/ Shu-Juan Wang

Relational politics between presence and not presence/ Lin-Ching Hsia

Special Issue

Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder/ Editor: Horng-Yih Lee

School and family adaptation of children in special education: A comparison between children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and children with comorbid ADHD and conduct disorder/ Ming-Fu Tsai

Pharmacotherapy of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder using methylphenidate: Mechanisms of action and relevant issues/ Wen-Hung Lien & Li-Yu Hung

The emotion competence of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder/ Li-Yu Shyu

Exploring the strategies for managing core symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: From parents’ viewpoint/ Yu-Hisen Chen & Horng-Yih Lee

Action Research

Spontaneous healing through a deep-writing approach/ Mei-Chuan Tsai

Response to “Spontaneous healing through a deep-writing approach”/ Kai-Li Chang

In-depth writing and the salad bowl/ Horn-Fay Cherng

From “Spontaneous healing” to “Writing to heal”/ Mei-Chuan Tsai

Contrasting Views

Traversing social fantasy: Žižek’s subversion of “Superego” and its educational Implications/ Hsing-Yi Chiang

Commentator 206 Author’s response: “no response” and “over-response”210 Commentator 211 Author’s response

Empirical Research

Romantic relationship satisfaction in adolescence: A study of senior high and vocational students in Taipei, Taiwan/ Suei-Wen Chin & Shin-Huei Huang

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