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This is a concise, state-of-the-art synthesis of the vast amount of information related to attention deficits and hyperactivity in children. The author explores key issues such as: whether there is in fact a valid syndrome; which factors predict subsequent adolescent and adult functioning; and the most suitable assessment instruments.
The volume encompasses a wide range of perspectives, including clinical, developmental, psychodiagnostic, psychobiological, environmental//familial and social cognitive.
|Series Editor's Introduction|
|1||Background Issues, Core Symptoms, and Associated Features||1|
|2||Assessment and Diagnosis||22|
|3||The Nature of the Disorder and Etiologic Hypotheses||43|
|4||Subgroups and Comorbidity||67|
|5||Course, Developmental Progressions, and Predictors of Outcome||84|
|About the Author||155|