Attention Deficit & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
epub, mobi |eng | 2016-09-06 | Author:Alan Schwarz [Schwarz, Alan]

* * * I. Vanderbilt, for example, made this mistake in its 2012/2013 student handbook, which relegated its discussion of stimulant abuse to the bottom of page 75. It said ...
( Category: Pediatrics September 17,2016 )
epub |eng | 2012-05-06 | Author:Richard P. Brown

Oppositional defiant disorder describes children who show a pattern of negativistic, hostile, defiant behavior more frequently than is typical for children their age. These behaviors must be severe enough to ...
epub |eng | 2010-10-22 | Author:Melissa Orlov [Orlov, Melissa]

It is no surprise that with all of this stress, some non-ADHD spouses fantasize about leaving: I dream of stability, mature decision making, taking responsibility for one’s own actions …a ...
epub |eng | 2015-06-17 | Author:Cox, Miranda [Cox, Miranda]

Forgetfulness Everyone suffers from forgetfulness sometimes, but as a symptom of ADHD it is a frustrating, nightmarish issue. Again, this is often perceived by some as a lack of interest ...
epub, mobi |eng | 2013-07-17 | Author:Thomas E. Brown [Brown, Thomas E.]

Figure 4.1 (Brown, 2005) After the patient square and the overlapping circles within it are drawn and discussed, another larger square can be drawn around the first square to represent ...
( Category: Pediatrics October 27,2014 )
mobi |eng | 2014-07-09 | Author:Martha Burge

CHALLENGES OF INTELLECTUAL INTENSITY Intellectual intensity is not without its challenges. Having brains that work differently impacts almost every area of life, but nothing is more strongly affected than our ...
( Category: Pediatrics July 15,2014 )
epub |eng, eng | 2001-03-25 | Author:Daniel G. Amen

Distractibility Distractibility is often evident in meetings. People with ADD tend to look around the room, drift off, appear bored, forget the conversational direction, and interrupt with extraneous information. Their ...
( Category: Pathologies March 26,2014 )
epub |eng | 2013-12-23 | Author:Richard Saul

PERPETUAL-MOTION MAX When I first saw eight-year-old Max at my office, he was like a perpetual-motion machine. He tapped his fingers on the waiting room table and swung his legs ...
( Category: Pediatrics March 25,2014 )

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