Books / Publications
Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D. is the #1 New York Times best selling author of the 1994 ground-breaking Driven to Distraction, co-authored with John Ratey, M.D. Driven to Distraction sparked a revolution in our understanding of ADHD.
Dr. Hallowell went on to write 19 more books on various social and psychological topics including several more books on ADHD. You can review all of his books HERE.
Hallowell, E.M. and Smith, H.F., “The Use of Poetry in the Therapy of a Schizophrenic Patient,” J. Acad. Psychoanal., 1985
Hallowell, E.M., “How Can Teachers Cope?” in Independent School, 1986
Hallowell, E.M., and Bemporad, J.R., and Ratey, J.J., “Depression in the Transition to Adult Life” in Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol. 16, Looney, J.G., Special Editor, Chicago 1989
Hallowell, E.M., “Working With Troubled Children in School,” Independent School, 1990
Hallowell, E.M. and Grace, W.J., “Money Styles,” in Money and Mind, ed. by Klebanow, S. and Lowenkopf, E., Plenum, 1991.
Hallowell, E.M., “Money and Its Emotional Currency: A Clinician’s Introduction,” Directions in Psychiatry, Vol 11, Lesson 8, 1991.
Hallowell, E.M., “The Evening of Mary Ann Constant: Transference Phenomena in Schools,” Independent School, 1993.
Hallowell, E.M., “The Human Moment at Work,” Harvard Business Review, Jan/Feb, 1999.
Hallowell, E.M., “Overloaded Circuits: Why Smart People Underperform,” Harvard Business Review, Jan. 2005