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BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY (2004), 184, 8^9 IN DEBATE ADHD is best understood as a cultural construct SAMI TIMIMI / ERIC TAYLOR

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  title={BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY (2004), 184, 8^9 IN DEBATE ADHD is best understood as a cultural construct SAMI TIMIMI / ERIC TAYLOR},
  author={E. Taylor},
  year={2003}
}
  • E. Taylor
  • Published 2003
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has received significant research attention and is a problem that is rarely out of the news – whether it is concerns about treating children with amphetamines, its overor underdiagnosis, or the longterm outcomes. Despite all the research it has been difficult to gain and maintain professional agreement on what ADHD is or what should be done about it. In 2002 an eminent group of psychiatrists and psychologists published the first consensus… CONTINUE READING

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