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  • Impact of discussion on preferences elicited in a group setting 

    Stein, Ken; Ratcliffe, Julie; Round, Ali; Milne, Ruairidh; Brazier, John E (BioMed Central, 2006-03-29)
    Background: The completeness of preferences is assumed as one of the axioms of expected utility theory but has been subject to little empirical study. Methods: Fifteen non-health professionals was recruited and ...
  • Non-pharmacological interventions for ADHD in school settings: An overarching synthesis of systematic reviews 

    Moore, Darren A; Richardson, Michelle; Gwernan-Jones, Ruth; Thompson-Coon, Jo; Stein, Ken; Rogers, Morwenna; Garside, Ruth; Logan, Stuart; Ford, Tamsin J (Sage, 2015-03-09)
    Objective: This overarching synthesis brings together the findings of four systematic reviews including 138 studies focused on non-pharmacological interventions for ADHD used in school settings. These reviews considered ...