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Dr. Keith Conners

Director of Research, Department of Psychiatry

Children's Hospital

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Children's Hospital

Background Information

Employment History

Author of Conners Rating Scales, CPT, Auditory Attention

Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS)

Affiliations

Psychologist and Professor Emeritus
Duke University

Professor Emeritus, Duke University Medical Center
ADHD

Education

Bachelor's degree

University of Chicago

M.A.

Ph.D.

Oxford University

Ph.D.

clinical psychology

Harvard University

Web References (172 Total References)


Two scientists, Dr. C. Keith ...

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Two scientists, Dr. C. Keith Conners of Children's Hospital in Washington and Dr. Richard Wurtman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, believe that the Food and Drug Administration misled the pubic on aspartame's safety by understating the concern voiced in a recent official scientific analysis of consumer complaints.

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Dr. Conners is worried about aspartame's effects on certain highly sensitive individuals. He has studied two young children who suffer extreme agitation following doses of aspartame equivalent to the amount found in a six-once serve of Kool-Aid sweetened with NutraSweet. One of the children becomes so agitated he has to be restrained, Dr.Conners said. The other, who is sensitive to sugar, becomes even more aggressive when given aspartame, he said.


Jane Brody: an enigma?

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Two scientists, Dr. C. Keith Conners of Children's Hospital in Washington and Dr. Richard Wurtman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, believe that the Food and Drug Administration misled the pubic on aspartame's safety by understating the concern voiced in a recent official scientific analysis of consumer complaints.

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Dr. Conners is worried about aspartame's effects on certain highly sensitive individuals.He has studied two young children who suffer extreme agitation following doses of aspartame equivalent to the amount found in a six-once serve of Kool-Aid sweetened with NutraSweet.One of the children becomes so agitated he has to be restrained, Dr.Conners said.The other, who is sensitive to sugar, becomes even more aggressive when given aspartame, he said.


Brain.Com: Defined Diets and Childhood Hyperactivity NIH Consensus Report
Brain.Com Exclusive

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C. Keith Conners, Ph.D. Director of Research Department of Psychiatry Children's Hospital National Medical Center


Jane Brody: an enigma?

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Two scientists, Dr. C. Keith Conners of Children's Hospital in Washington

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Dr. Conners is worried about aspartame's effects on certain highly sensitive individuals.He has studied two young children who suffer extreme agitation


Jane Brody: an enigma?

www.dorway.com [cached]

Two scientists, Dr. C. Keith Conners of Children's Hospital in Washington

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Dr. Conners is worried about aspartame's effects on certain highly sensitive individuals.He has studied two young children who suffer extreme agitation

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