Lauren Haack, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address675 18th Street, #3445
San Francisco CA 94107
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    Clemson University, Clemson, SCB.A.05/2007Psychology & Spanish
    Marquette University, Milwaukee, WIM.S.05/2010Clinical Psychology
    Marquette University, Milwaukee, WIPhD05/2013Clinical Psychology
    UCSF, San Francisco, CAClinical Internship06/2013Clinical Psychology
    UCSF, San Francisco, CAPostdoctoral Fellowship08/2017Clinical Psychology
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2019Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    World Federation of ADHD20176th World Congress on ADHD Young Scientist Award
    ISRCAP 2017 meeting in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands2017International Society for Research on Child and Adolescent Psychology (ISRCAP) Scholarship
    UCSF2014R.E. Harris Award for Excellence in Clinical and Research Activities
    Marquette University2011  - 2012Reverend John P. Raynor, S.J. Fellowship
    Marquette University2011  - 2012Leslie G. and Cecile C. Matthews Scholarship
    Wisconsin Psychological Association2012Margaret Bernauer Psychology First Place Research Award
    Midwestern Regional Society for Psychotherapy Research 2009Midwestern Regional Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference Student Recognition Award
    American Psychological Association for Graduate Students2009Excellence in Campus Leadership Award
    Clemson University2007Faculty Scholarship Award
    Clemson University2004  - 2007 Philip Prince Alumni Presidential Scholarship
    Clemson University2004  - 2007Trustee Scholarship
    Clemson University2004  - 2007President's List
    Hellman Fellows fund2020  - 2022Hellman Family Award for Early-Career Faculty

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    Lauren M. Haack, PhD, is an associate professor and attending psychologist with research and clinical interests focused on 1) cultural influences to mental health conceptualization, assessment, and treatment, 2) accessible and culturally attuned evidence-based services for traditionally underserved youth and families worldwide, and 3) behavioral health provider experience, training, and consultation.

    After receiving her PhD at Marquette University and completing a predoctoral internship at UCSF specializing in evidence-based psychosocial services for youth with ADHD, Dr. Haack received a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Individual Postdoctoral Fellows with a project entitled “Culturally Sensitive School-Home Behavioral Program for Latino Children with ADHD” funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. This mixed-method investigation of the Collaborative Life Skills (CLS) program inspired her subsequent National Institute of Health (NIH) Fogarty Global Health fellowship pilot-testing an adapted version of CLS (CLS-FUERTE) in Culiacan, Mexico. This project represented the first known effort to implement and evaluate a behavioral school-based program to improve youth attention and behavior in Latin America. Dr. Haack currently serves as Principal Investigator on an NIH-FIC/NIMH funded Global Brain R21 focused on converting the Mexican school clinician training and ADHD/ODD intervention program(CLS-FUERTE) for fully-remote delivery in Mexico (CLS-R-FUERTE), in collaboration with researchers at the University of Sinaloa (PI: Haack, R21MH124066).

    Since joining the UCSF faculty in 2017, Dr. Haack has been involved in numerous collaborative clinical research projects with an overarching focus on harnessing technology to improve access to and quality of evidence-based mental health care for diverse youth and families. Specifically, she collaborated on an IES/US Department of Education (DOE) funded project called: “Web-Based Professional Development for School Mental Health Providers in Evidence-Based Practices for Attention and Behavior Challenges” to develop a web-based professional development program for school mental health providers learning and implementing a behavioral treatment for youth with attention and impulse-control difficulties, with responsibilities including serving as lead school clinician trainer and providing input for iterative program updates. She also collaborates on an NIMH grant aiming to develop and evaluate a novel and scalable digital health augmentation designed to address parent adherence barriers and improve sustained effects of behavioral interventions for youth with ADHD symptoms and functional impairments(PI: Pfiffner, R34 MH122222), as well as the NIMH ALACRITY InSTEP Center for Team Effectiveness to Accelerate EBP Implementation in Children's Mental Health Servicescore R01 focused on investigating the CLS program with team enhancements (PI: Dr. Lauren Brookman-Frazee; P50MH126231).

    Dr. Haack has a passion for community engagement and training. Within the UCSF Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, she leads the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) FIELD seminar focused on Forensic psychiatry, Inclusive services and Social Justice, Education settings, Literature exploration, and child Development. She was co-investigator on a grant funded by the University of California Innovative Learning Technology Initiative’s (ILTE)“Using Technology to Enhance UC Students’ Learning Experiences”to develop the curriculum for Global Mental Health (GLBH 160). In this work, alongside faculty from UC-San Diego and UC-Riverside, she developed a contribution to the suite of online courses established by the UC Global Health Institute to introduce students across all ten campuses to the field of Global Health. The team subsequently is writing a chapter on Global Mental Health for an edited ILTE Global Health textbook. Dr. Haack also collaborates on several project Echo® series aimed at increased clinical capacity for primary care, school, and school-based health center providers (funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration; HRSA), as well as youth involved in the juvenile justice and foster care systems (funded by an anonymous donor). These efforts have helped inform the development of the Social-Transcultural Research and Intervention Valuing Equity (STRIVE) clinical research capacity course currently being offered to emerging investigators at the University of Sinaloa as part of our NIH-FIC/NIMH funded Global Brain R21 (PI: Haack, R21MH124066);
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    Adapting a Web-Based Professional Development for Mexican School Mental Health Providers Delivering Evidence-Based Intervention for ADHD and ODD
    NIH R21MH124066Aug 15, 2021 - Jul 31, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Adapting a Digital School Mental Health Program into Spanish for Latinx Youth with ADHD and ODD
    Hellman Family Award for Early Career Faculty Jul 1, 2020 - Jun 30, 2022
    Role: PI/Fellow
    Description: Mental health disorders of inattention and disruptive behavior, such as ADHD and ODD, are among the most common youth conditions worldwide. This project seeks to adapt an existing digital school mental health program into Spanish for Latinx youth with ADHD and ODD. Dr. Haack will oversee the adaptation process, as well as a pilot-test of the adapted digital intervention and training program in a 2-school open-trial, making iterative changes as indicated from observation and feedback.
    Let’s Text! Improving Engagement in Depression Services for Diverse Teens.
    UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP) Digital Mental Health Award Jul 1, 2019 - Dec 21, 2020
    Role: Co-PI
    Description: Recent applications of innovative mobile health (mHealth) tools, such as text messaging (SMS), hold promise for increasing evidence-based intervention effectiveness in diverse, depressed teens. This project aims to evaluate the effectiveness, mechanisms, and efficacy of CBT group with and without adjunct text messaging as the first-line service for depressed teens at two UCSF mental health clinics: Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospitals and Clinics and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG). Dr. Haack’s role includes initiating and supervising service implementation at the public-funded site (ZSFG) and qualitative data collection/analysis.
    Assessing & Improving Mental Health in Mexican & Mexican- American Youth via School-Home Intervention
    Research Program on Migration and Health (PIMSA) Sep 15, 2017
    Role: Co-PI
    Description: The purpose of this project was to extend trials of a Spanish-language school-home program to improve youth attention and behavior in eight additional elementary schools across the U.S. and Mexico. Dr. Haack’s role as Co-PI included overseeing the needs assessment (Aim 1) and service implementation/ evaluation (Aim 2), including recruitment, provider training, and fidelity monitoring. Alongside Co-PI Dr. Araujo at Universidad Autonomous de Sinaloa in Mexico, Dr. Haack’s role also consisted of data analysis, refinement of program manuals and materials, and development of scientific presentations and publications.
    School-Home Program for Mexican Children with Attention and Behavioral Concerns
    NIH Fogarty International Center (FIC) 5R25TW009343Sep 1, 2016 - Jul 30, 2017
    Role: PI/Fellow
    Description: Youth mental disorders are extremely prevalent in Mexico, perhaps twice as prevalent as in the United States & Canada. The school system may be a particularly accessible & sustainable system to target, especially given the relation between mental health with school engagement, as well as the possibility that existing resources could be re-allocated to evidence-based mental health service delivery. The purpose of this project was to pilot-test a school-home program to improve attention and behavior in Mexican youth: CLS-FUERTE. Dr. Haack was responsible for study design, recruitment, intervention training and fidelity monitoring, data entry and analysis, and result dissemination. The fellowship included an NIH Global Health orientation/training.
    Culturally-Sensitive School-Home Behavioral Program for Latino Children with ADHD
    NIH F32MH101971Sep 1, 2013 - Aug 31, 2016
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: The purpose of this independent postdoctoral fellowship project was to examine a Spanish-language version of a school-home program to improve attention and behavior in youth within the San Francisco Unified School District: CLS-S. The formal mentored training plan focused on increasing skills related to implementing and analyzing ADHD clinical trials, utilizing qualitative methodology to determine meaningful themes and develop culturally sensitive guidelines for diverse families in need of mental health services, expanding multicultural competence and sensitivity, and advancing independence as a clinical researcher.

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    1. HealthySMS Text Messaging System Adjunct to Adolescent Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the Context of COVID-19 (Let's Text!): Pilot Feasibility and Acceptability Study. JMIR Ment Health. 2024 Feb 19; 11:e49317. Haack LM, Armstrong CC, Travis K, Aguilera A, Darrow SM. PMID: 38373030; PMCID: PMC10912989.
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    2. Editorial: Disparities in mental health. Front Psychiatry. 2024; 15:1379324. Merati M, Komaki H, Mohebi F, Kabir H, Haack LM. PMID: 38414496; PMCID: PMC10896977.
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    3. Implementation of a Multi-Site Digitally-Enhanced School Clinician Training and ADHD/ODD Intervention Program in Mexico: Randomized Controlled Trial of CLS-R-FUERTE. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science. 2024 Jan 9; 1-13. Haack HL, Pfiffner PL, Darrow DS, Lai LJ, Alcaraz-Beltrán AD, Martínez-Beltrán MJ, Moreno-Candil ME, Delgado-García DK, Arriaga-Guerrero AM, Ledesma-Saldaña LD, Urquídez-Valdez UM, Araujo AE. .
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    4. Enhancing accessibility and scalability of school-based programs to improve youth attention and behavior: Open feasibility trial of the remote CLS-R-FUERTE program in Mexico. Sch Psychol. 2023 Nov 16. Haack LM, Pfiffner LJ, Darrow SM, Lai J, Alcaraz Beltrán DK, Beltrán JUM, Moreno Candil E, Delgado García K, Arriaga Guerrero MF, Ledesma Saldaña DM, Urquídez Valdez ME, Araujo EA. PMID: 37971814.
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    5. Feasibility and Acceptability of Augmenting Therapy for Youth with Automated Text Messaging During COVID-19. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. 2023 Jul 5; ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print):1-13. Darrow DS, Ironside IM, Armstrong AC, Travis TK, Aguilera AA, Haack HL. .
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    6. Academic Competence, Organizational Skills, and Treatment Response Among Bilingual and Monolingual Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Translational Issues in Psychological Science. 2023 Apr 13. Williams WA, Haack HL, Hawkey HE, Chung CS, Ly LJ, Pfiffner PL. .
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    7. Promising Effects of Socioemotional Skills Training in Bilingual Children With Attention and Behavioral Concerns. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2022 Dec 1; 103(12):e63. Williams WA, Chung-Fat-Yim CA, Marian MV, Pfiffner PL, Haack HL. .
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    8. Development of a Web-Based Training Platform for School Clinicians in Evidence-Based Practices for ADHD. School Ment Health. 2023; 15(1):49-66. Pfiffner LJ, Dvorsky MR, Friedman LM, Haack LM, Chung S, Charalel JM, Hawkey E, Spiess M. PMID: 36466742; PMCID: PMC9685070.
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    9. Gender Differences in National Institutes of Health Grant Submissions Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2022 09; 31(9):1241-1245. Roubinov D, Haack LM, Folk JB, Rotenstein L, Accurso EC, Dahiya P, Ponce AN, Nava V, Maldonado Y, Linos E, Mangurian C. PMID: 36112424; PMCID: PMC9527056.
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    10. Improving Adherence to Behavioral Parent Training for ADHD Using Digital Health Tools. J Psychiatr Brain Sci. 2022; 7(4). Pfiffner LJ, Dvorsky MR, Hawkey EJ, Chung S, Haack LM, Owens EB. PMID: 36110580; PMCID: PMC9473542.
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    11. Peer Mentorship: An Underrecognized Tool to Faculty Success. Acad Psychiatry. 2023 02; 47(1):109-110. Roubinov DS, Accurso EC, Folk JB, Haack LM. PMID: 35729485; PMCID: PMC9870048.
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    12. VOICES: An efficacious trauma-informed, gender-responsive cannabis use intervention for justice and school-referred girls with lifetime substance use history. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2021 11 01; 228:108934. Tolou-Shams M, Dauria EF, Folk J, Shumway M, Marshall BDL, Rizzo CJ, Messina N, Covington S, Haack LM, Chaffee T, Brown LK. PMID: 34530316; PMCID: PMC8717799.
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    13. 42.3 DEVELOPMENT OF A WEB-BASED TRAINING PLATFORM FOR SCHOOL CLINICIANS IN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR ADHD. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2020 Oct 1; 59(10):s331. Pfiffner PL, Dvorsky DM, Haack HL, Friedman FL, Spiess SM, Morgan MJ, Chung CS, Griest GS. .
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    14. Can School Mental Health Providers Deliver Psychosocial Treatment Improving Youth Attention and Behavior in Mexico? A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of CLS-FUERTE. J Atten Disord. 2021 12; 25(14):2083-2097. Haack LM, Araujo EA, Meza J, Friedman LM, Spiess M, Alcaraz Beltrán DK, Delucchi K, Mojardín Herladez A, Pfiffner L. PMID: 32996347.
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    15. The Collaborative Life Skills Program in Spanish (CLS-S): Pilot Investigation of Intervention Process, Outcomes, and Qualitative Feedback. Evid Based Pract Child Adolesc Ment Health. 2019; 4(1):18-41. Haack LM, Araujo EJ, Delucchi K, Beaulieu A, Pfiffner L. PMID: 31938725; PMCID: PMC6959204.
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    16. Influences to ADHD Problem Recognition: Mixed-Method Investigation and Recommendations to Reduce Disparities for Latino Youth. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2018 11; 45(6):958-977. Haack LM, Meza J, Jiang Y, Araujo EJ, Pfiffner L. PMID: 29770911; PMCID: PMC6239986.
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    17. Correction to: Influences to ADHD Problem Recognition: Mixed-Method Investigation and Recommendations to Reduce Disparities for Latino Youth. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2018 11; 45(6):978. Haack LM, Meza J, Jiang Y, Araujo EA, Pfiffner L. PMID: 29995290.
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    18. Sustained Effects of Collaborative School-Home Intervention for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms and Impairment. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2018 04; 57(4):245-251. Pfiffner LJ, Rooney ME, Jiang Y, Haack LM, Beaulieu A, McBurnett K. PMID: 29588050.
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    19. Improved Parent Cognitions Relate to Immediate and Follow-Up Treatment Outcomes for Children With ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive Presentation. Behav Ther. 2018 07; 49(4):567-579. Jiang Y, Haack LM, Delucchi K, Rooney M, Hinshaw SP, McBurnett K, Pfiffner LJ. PMID: 29937258; PMCID: PMC6020154.
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    20. Emotional, Social and Cultural Experiences of Latino Children with ADHD Symptoms and their Families. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2017 Dec 1; 26(12):3512-3524. Araujo AE, Pfiffner PL, Haack HL. .
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    21. Culturally Appropriate Assessment of Functioning in Diverse Children: Development and Preliminary Validation of the FX-II Scale in Mexico. J Atten Disord. 2019 Apr; 23(6):584-598. Haack LM, Araujo EA. PMID: 28929831; PMCID: PMC5832553.
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    22. Parenting as a Mechanism of Change in Psychosocial Treatment for Youth with ADHD, Predominantly Inattentive Presentation. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2017 Jul; 45(5):841-855. Haack LM, Villodas M, McBurnett K, Hinshaw S, Pfiffner LJ. PMID: 27628742; PMCID: PMC5352559.
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    23. Parental Cognitive Errors Mediate Parental Psychopathology and Ratings of Child Inattention. Fam Process. 2017 09; 56(3):716-733. Haack LM, Jiang Y, Delucchi K, Kaiser N, McBurnett K, Hinshaw S, Pfiffner L. PMID: 27663189; PMCID: PMC5365376.
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    24. Assessing Impairment in Childhood ADHD: Validation of the Parent and Teacher ADHD-FX Rating Scale in a Dual-Site Clinical Sample. J Atten Disord. 2019 Apr; 23(6):541-552. Haack LM, Gonring K, Harris M, Gerdes A, Pfiffner L. PMID: 27431931; PMCID: PMC9342920.
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    25. A Randomized Controlled Trial of a School-Implemented School-Home Intervention for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms and Impairment. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2016 09; 55(9):762-70. Pfiffner LJ, Rooney M, Haack L, Villodas M, Delucchi K, McBurnett K. PMID: 27566117.
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    26. Rates, Associations, and Predictors of Psychopathology in a Convenience Sample of School-Aged Latino Youth: Identifying Areas for Mental Health Outreach. J Child Fam Stud. 2016 Jul; 25(7):2315-2326. Haack LM, Kapke TL, Gerdes AC. PMID: 27346930; PMCID: PMC4917064.
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    27. Parenting Mediates Symptoms and Impairment in Children With ADHD-Inattentive Type. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2016; 45(2):155-66. Haack LM, Villodas MT, McBurnett K, Hinshaw S, Pfiffner LJ. PMID: 25411896; PMCID: PMC4465882.
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    28. Culturally Appropriate Assessment of Functional Impairment in Diverse Children: Validation of the ADHD-FX Scale With an At-Risk Community Sample. J Atten Disord. 2017 Sep; 21(11):913-920. Haack LM, Gerdes AC. PMID: 25300814; PMCID: PMC9342919.
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    29. Behavior management for school-aged children with ADHD. Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2014 Oct; 23(4):731-46. Pfiffner LJ, Haack LM. PMID: 25220083; PMCID: PMC4167345.
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    30. Latino parental help seeking for childhood ADHD. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2014 Jul; 41(4):503-13. Gerdes AC, Lawton KE, Haack LM, Schneider BW. PMID: 23539223.
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    31. Understanding and Measuring Functional Impairment in Diverse Children With ADHD: Development of the ADHD-FX Scale With an At-Risk, Community Sample. J Atten Disord. 2016 06; 20(6):487-500. Haack LM, Gerdes AC, Lawton KE, Schneider BW. PMID: 24695438; PMCID: PMC9299750.
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    32. Acculturation, cultural values, and Latino parental beliefs about the etiology of ADHD. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2014 Mar; 41(2):189-204. Lawton KE, Gerdes AC, Haack LM, Schneider B. PMID: 23224619.
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    33. Conducting Research with Latino Families: Examination of Strategies to Improve Recruitment, Retention, and Satisfaction with an At-Risk and Underserved Population. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2014 Feb 1; 23(2):410-421. Haack HL, Gerdes GA, Lawton LK. .
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    34. Predicting Treatment Dropout in Parent Training Interventions for Families of School-Aged Children With ADHD. Child & Family Behavior Therapy. 2013 Apr 1; 35(2):144-169. Schneider SB, Gerdes GA, Haack HL, Lawton LK. .
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    35. Culturally-Modified Recruitment Strategies for Latino Families in Clinical Child Research: A Critical First Step. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2012 Apr 1; 21(2):177-183. Haack HL, Gerdes GA, Cruz CB, Schneider SB. .
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    36. Assessing ADHD in Latino families: evidence for moving beyond symptomatology. J Atten Disord. 2013 Feb; 17(2):128-40. Gerdes AC, Lawton KE, Haack LM, Hurtado GD. PMID: 22100735.
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    37. Functional impairment in Latino children with ADHD: implications for culturally appropriate conceptualization and measurement. Clin Child Fam Psychol Rev. 2011 Sep; 14(3):318-28. Haack LM, Gerdes AC. PMID: 21850435.
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    38. Advancing our knowledge of ADHD in Latino children: psychometric and cultural properties of Spanish-versions of parental/family functioning measures. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2011 Jan; 39(1):33-43. Haack LM, Gerdes AC, Schneider BW, Hurtado GD. PMID: 20661638.
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    39. Parental functioning in families of children with ADHD: evidence for behavioral parent training and importance of clinically meaningful change. J Atten Disord. 2012 Feb; 16(2):147-56. Gerdes AC, Haack LM, Schneider BW. PMID: 20837977.
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