Hyperkinetic Children incorporates both historical and contemporary research on the nature and characteristics of hyperkinesis. The characteristics of the dysfunction are explained through a unique integration of neuropsychological functioning and socioenvironmental influences. The book addresses all the major topics and provides a comprehensive, integrative and strongly empirical addition to the literature.
Table of Contents
What is Hyperkinesis?A Clinical Study of Hyperkinetic ChildrenThe Neuropsychology of HyperactivityAttentionMotor Behavior in Hyperkinetic ChildrenDrug Treatments and HyperkinesisInfluence of the Social EnvironmentMultimodality Treatment