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Child Psychopharmacology Institute Faculty* Publications

Duke, B.J. Managing Psychopharmacologic Medications In General Pediatric Practice. International Pediatric Association (IPA 2016) Congress; Vancouver - Canada, on 17-22 August 2016. ID: IPA2016-700

Duke, B.J. Child Psychopharmacology InstituteTreatment Monitoring and Management Software Program.
DCC Publishing. October 2015.

Duke, B.J. The Children’s Medication Toolbox: Managing, Monitoring and Improving Your Child's Response to Medication. Child Psychopharmacology Institute. DCC Publishing, October 19, 2015.


Duke, B.J.* and Staton D*. "Dimensional Characteristics of Children and Adolescents with Mood Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders,"  International Journal of Clinical Medicine Vol. 4 No. 12, 2013, pp. 571-576. doi: 10.4236/ijcm.2013.412098.


Duke, B.J.* Pharmacological Neuromodulation in Autism Spectrum Disorders, in Pharmacology  ISBN 978-953-51-0222-9 edited by Luca Gallelli.  March 14, 2012.  


Duke, B.J.* A 23 Month Longitudinal Actigraphic, Psychometric and Observational Study of Risperidone Response in an Autism Spectrum Disordered Child with Kabuki Syndrome: Implications for Pharmacological Strategies. Nov 2010 poster Journal of Brain Research Meeting: Emerging Neuroscience of Autism Spectrum Disorders


Duke, B.J.* & Kaye, R.* Breaking Pharmacological Barriers to Innovation: The Case for Assessing Dextromethorphan/Quinidine in Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Nov 2010  poster Journal of Brain Research Meeting: Emerging Neuroscience of Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Duke, B.J.* Pathogenic effects of central nervous system hyperarousal. Med Hypotheses.  2008 Aug;71(2):212-7. Epub 2008 May 21. Duke BJ*


Staton D*, Hill CM, Chen W. ADHD, sleep onset, and pediatric bipolar disorder. J Sleep Res. 2008 Jun;17(2):240.


Staton D.* The impairment of pediatric bipolar sleep: Hypotheses regarding a core defect and phenotype-specific sleep disturbances. J Affect Disord. 2008 Jun;108(3):199-206. Epub 2007 Nov 14.


Staton D*, Volness LJ, Beatty WW.  Diagnosis and classification of pediatric bipolar disorder. J Affect Disord. 2007 Jun 29;


Lysne DH *, Peterson T, Erickson K, Uriell M.  The diagnostic and pharmacological variances of bipolar disorder versus attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry 2006 Dec;163 (12):2196


Dennis Staton, Ph.D., M.D.* Pro/Con An Evidence Based Algorithm Should Guide the Treatment of Childhood Bipolar I Disorders, The Journal of Bipolar Disorders, April 2006, Volume V, Number 1.


Duke, B.J. (1996) Smart Parenting: A guide to Child Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions. DCC Publishing (ISBN 096488383-X).


Duke, B.J., Prange, A.J., Burd, l. (1995) Newborn Thyroid Functioning and In Utero Alcohol Exposure. In Perinatal Thyroidology, Barry Bercu ed.


Duke, B.J. (1992) Early Identification, Treatment and Evaluation of Psychopharmacologic Treatment Response in Child Psychopathology. Proceedings: First Annual Midwestern International Conference in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, G. Shady, D. Lagiewka-Cook, D. Staley and J. Goulet, Editors, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1993.


Duke, B.J. (1992) Computer Assisted Measurement of Response to Psychopharmacologic Interventions. Computer Applications in Mental Health 1992 Update. Marvin J. Miller, Editor.


Duke, B.J. (1991) Measuring Response to Psychopharmacologic Interventions. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association symposium, the Personality Inventory for Children: Assessment Linking Families and Schools, D. Lachar, Chair.


Duke, B.J. (1990) Electronic Communications and On-Line Literature Searches In Psychological and Medical Practice. Proceedings of the Pacific Division, American Association For The Advancement of Science, (9)1:21.


Duke, B.J. (1990) Child Psychotherapy and the Scientific Method: The Systematic Observation Scale. Proceedings of the Pacific Division, American Association For The Advancement of Science, (9)1:21.






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