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About Dr. Rabiner

Dr. Rabiner received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Duke University in 1987 where he also completed a one year internship in child psychology at Duke University Medical Center. From 1987-1998 he was a professor in the psychology department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. During this time, he maintained a part time private practice where he worked primarily with children diagnosed with ADHD. In addition to this direct clinical work, he has consulted with numerous pediatricians and family physicians in NC to assist them in evaluating and treating children for ADHD and served on the Professional Advisory Board for CHADD.

Dr. Rabiner has published over 50 peer reviewed papers on children's social development, the impact of attention difficulties on academic achievement, computer-based interventions for attention problems, helping community practitioners provide better evaluation and treatment to children with ADHD, and the nonmedical use of ADHD medications by college students. His work has been supported by a number of federal grants. He was the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Dept. of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke for 7 years; currently, he serves at Duke as an Associate Dean.

In addition to his academic work at Duke, Dr. Rabiner publishes an online newsletter called Attention Research Update that helps over 30,000 subscribers stay informed about important new research on ADHD. Free subscriptions are available at