By Thomas E. Brown
The one ebook that covers the a number of ways that ADHD is complex by way of different psychiatric and studying issues in either little ones and adults, ADHD Comorbidities: guide for ADHD problems in young ones and Adults positive factors complete, research-based info on ADHD and its complete variety of coexisting syndromes. Contributing researcher-clinicians, accustomed to the problems that extra issues pose, summarize in obtainable language what's at the moment recognized approximately ADHD and its comorbidities, from preschool age to maturity. those authors describe how ADHD ends up in various profiles at various levels of improvement and the way to regulate therapy techniques for either ADHD and extra problems to minimize the impairments due to their blend. The e-book deals a brand new paradigm for realizing ADHD, viewing it now not as an easy habit illness yet as a fancy developmental impairment of govt features within the mind. this crucial instruction manual supplies developmental context to ADHD via describing how indicators at preschool onset vary from these of older age at onset. Clinicians will locate sensible aid for sufferers whose ADHD seems along with eleven different syndromes from temper issues to developmental coordination affliction and procure worthy suggestions on adapting and adjusting medicines and different interventions to optimize remedy results for the vast range of complicated situations that include ADHD.
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168). Like other complex characteristics, ADHD results from the convergent influence of multiple genes, each of which makes a relatively small contribution to the syndrome. As Rutter (2001) observed, There is no one direct cause (for ADHD)—either genetic or nongenetic. the likelihood is of individual susceptibility genes that increase the risk of ADHD, but whether or not ADHD actually develops depends on the presence or absence of other genes, and of nongenetic risk factors. (p. 227) It is important to note that genes do not act directly on complex behaviors; they act on proteins that, in turn, affect physiological processes within the body, especially within the brain.
In the case of ADHD, the impairments are in the developmental unfolding that is essential to the establishment and maturation of these functions. Also, note that ADHD is not the only developmental disorder of executive functions. Several other disorders, such as schizophrenia, mental retardation, and severe autism, also are characterized by developmental impairments of executive function, some of which overlap with ADHD—yet these disorders are clearly distinguishable from the ADD syndrome. Each of these disorders involves markedly more severe impairments of executive function and has additional distinctive features.
Pp. 99–102) A person’s ability to perform the complex, selfmanaged tasks of everyday life provides a much better measure of his or her executive functioning than can neuropsychological tests. Shallice and Burgess (1991) verified this fact in a study in which patients with frontal lobe damage were unable to perform adequately everyday errands that require planning and multitasking, even though they achieved average or well-above-average scores on traditional neuropsychological tests of language, memory, perception, and executive functions.
ADHD Comorbidities: Handbook for ADHD Complications in Children and Adults (1st Edition) by Thomas E. Brown