Evolution and revolution in child psychiatry: ADHD as a disorder of adaptation.

@article{Jensen1997EvolutionAR,
  title={Evolution and revolution in child psychiatry: ADHD as a disorder of adaptation.},
  author={Peter S. Jensen and David P Mrazek and Penelope Krener Knapp and Lynne Steinberg and Carole Pfeffer and John E. Schowalter and Theodore Shapiro},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={1997},
  volume={36 12},
  pages={
          1672-9; discussion 1679-81
        }
}
Current knowledge about early plasticity and children's responsiveness to environmental modifications as well as the atheoretical nature of current nosological systems necessitate alternative models to explain the phenomena of childhood behavioral and emotional disturbances. Evolutionary biology provides one such framework. It organizes data from the behavioral and cognitive sciences and parallels similar efforts in other areas of medicine and biology. Through an evolutionary biological lens… CONTINUE READING

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