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The National Resource Center on ADHD maintains the NRC Library as a source for scientific-medical evidence based information on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and related topics. The library includes: 

  • A physical library of books, monographs, audiovisuals and medical journals at CHADD's national office in Lanham, MD. This library is open to the public by appointment only.
  • An online bibliographic database containing cataloged records of books, journal, magazine and web articles, DVDs, audiotapes and other material on ADHD

Searching the Library Catalog:  Users can do a simple keyword search of the database, or a more focused search with the Advanced Search--using any combination of keyword, title, author, subject, record type, publication year, etc. The simple keyword search from the catalog home page is passed on to WorldCat and PubMed in the External Search section to find additional resources if they exist. By using your postal code, WorldCat can help you locate a nearby academic library that has the needed resource. 

Popular topic search results and selections of resources can quickly be found in the Popular Searches tab, and new items added to the catalog in the past week can be found in the New Resources tab.

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For further information about the NRC Library, please contact the NRC Librarian.

The NRC Library is an Affiliate Member of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine under the auspices of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Reviewed August 2018


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