Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak

Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 10 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 197 - 204 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.14744/nci.2022.77674 İndeks Tarihi: 03-06-2023

Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak

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OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to compare the attention levels, of Turkish children and adolescents with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in on-line education classes with healthy controls. METHODS: This study is a cross-sectional, internet-based, case-control study that recruited 6–18 years old patients diag- nosed with ADHD and receving treatment and healthy controls from eight centers. The measurements used in the study were prepared in the google survey and delivered to the participants via Whatsapp application. RESULTS: Within the study period, 510 children with ADHD and 893 controls were enrolled. Parent- rated attention de- creased significantly in both groups during on-line education classes due to COVID-19 outbreak (p<0.001; for each). Children and adolescents with ADHD had significantly elevated bedtime resistance, problems in family functioning difficulties than control children according to parental reports (p=0.003; p<0.001; p<0.001, respectively). Furthermore, bedtime resistance and comorbidity significantly predicted attention levels in on-line education. CONCLUSION: Our findings may underline the need to augment student engagement in on-line education both for children without attention problems and those with ADHD. Interventions shown to be effective in the management of sleep difficulties in children as well as parent management interventions should continue during on-line education.
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APA ÖZTÜRK Y, Özyurt G, Gormez V, Aslankaya Z, Baykara H, EKINCI O, kaya i, adak i, ESİN İ, TURAN S, Sari M, Göl Özcan G, Ermiş Ç, Ekinci N, İpek Doğan Ö, tiryaki i, Kitapçıoğlu S, TUFAN A, İnal Emiroğlu N, PEKCANLAR AKAY A (2023). Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. , 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
Chicago ÖZTÜRK Yusuf,Özyurt Gonca,Gormez Vahdet,Aslankaya Zeynep Dilara,Baykara Huseyin Burak,EKINCI OZALP,kaya ilyas,adak ibrahim,ESİN İBRAHİM SELÇUK,TURAN SERKAN,Sari Mesut,Göl Özcan Güler,Ermiş Çağatay,Ekinci Nazan,İpek Doğan Özge,tiryaki ibrahim,Kitapçıoğlu Süreyyanur,TUFAN ALİ EVREN,İnal Emiroğlu Neslihan,PEKCANLAR AKAY AYNUR Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. (2023): 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
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AMA ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. . 2023; 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
Vancouver ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. . 2023; 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
IEEE ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A "Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak." , ss.197 - 204, 2023. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
ISNAD ÖZTÜRK, Yusuf vd. "Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak". (2023), 197-204. https://doi.org/10.14744/nci.2022.77674
APA ÖZTÜRK Y, Özyurt G, Gormez V, Aslankaya Z, Baykara H, EKINCI O, kaya i, adak i, ESİN İ, TURAN S, Sari M, Göl Özcan G, Ermiş Ç, Ekinci N, İpek Doğan Ö, tiryaki i, Kitapçıoğlu S, TUFAN A, İnal Emiroğlu N, PEKCANLAR AKAY A (2023). Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri, 10(2), 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
Chicago ÖZTÜRK Yusuf,Özyurt Gonca,Gormez Vahdet,Aslankaya Zeynep Dilara,Baykara Huseyin Burak,EKINCI OZALP,kaya ilyas,adak ibrahim,ESİN İBRAHİM SELÇUK,TURAN SERKAN,Sari Mesut,Göl Özcan Güler,Ermiş Çağatay,Ekinci Nazan,İpek Doğan Özge,tiryaki ibrahim,Kitapçıoğlu Süreyyanur,TUFAN ALİ EVREN,İnal Emiroğlu Neslihan,PEKCANLAR AKAY AYNUR Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri 10, no.2 (2023): 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
MLA ÖZTÜRK Yusuf,Özyurt Gonca,Gormez Vahdet,Aslankaya Zeynep Dilara,Baykara Huseyin Burak,EKINCI OZALP,kaya ilyas,adak ibrahim,ESİN İBRAHİM SELÇUK,TURAN SERKAN,Sari Mesut,Göl Özcan Güler,Ermiş Çağatay,Ekinci Nazan,İpek Doğan Özge,tiryaki ibrahim,Kitapçıoğlu Süreyyanur,TUFAN ALİ EVREN,İnal Emiroğlu Neslihan,PEKCANLAR AKAY AYNUR Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri, vol.10, no.2, 2023, ss.197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
AMA ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri. 2023; 10(2): 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
Vancouver ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak. İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri. 2023; 10(2): 197 - 204. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
IEEE ÖZTÜRK Y,Özyurt G,Gormez V,Aslankaya Z,Baykara H,EKINCI O,kaya i,adak i,ESİN İ,TURAN S,Sari M,Göl Özcan G,Ermiş Ç,Ekinci N,İpek Doğan Ö,tiryaki i,Kitapçıoğlu S,TUFAN A,İnal Emiroğlu N,PEKCANLAR AKAY A "Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak." İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri, 10, ss.197 - 204, 2023. 10.14744/nci.2022.77674
ISNAD ÖZTÜRK, Yusuf vd. "Parent rated bedtime resistance and comorbidity may predict levels of attention among Turkish children diagnosed with ADHD in on-line education classes during the COVID-19 outbreak". İstanbul Kuzey Klinikleri 10/2 (2023), 197-204. https://doi.org/10.14744/nci.2022.77674