The name “ADHD” is confusing–and for that matter, so are the names for medications used to treat it (“stimulants” “nonstimulants”). How can we start the discussion on whether the names should be changed?
Part 1: ADHD has positive features, so should it be labeled a disorder? Some people with ADHD are not hyperactive and are confused by the term “ADHD.”
Current diagnostic criteria for ADHD are rooted in the past. What will they look like in the future? Let’s sweep away old concepts and consider modern issues when we diagnose ADHD.
How did doctors arrive at the diagnosis of ADHD and is it really true for you or a loved one? How can anybody tell for sure? The now and future diagnostic criteria for ADHD.
Since the diagnosis of ADHD has changed over time, it will change over time. What will a diagnosis of ADHD involve in the coming decades and next century?
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