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In the article titled "Hyperactives as Young Adults: A Controlled Prospective Ten-year Follow-up of 75 Children," published in the June 1979 Archives (36:675-681, 1979), data were misreported. The first sentence under the heading "Effect of Treatment With Chlorpromazine" (p 680) should have read as follows: "Seventeen hyperactive subjects who were treated with chlorpromazine (25 to 200 mg daily) for 18 to 48 months were compared on all these outcome measures with 21 hyperactive subjects who had received no drug for longer than six months."
CORRECTION. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1980;37(8):919. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1980.01780210077008
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