Do They Grow Out of It? Long-Term Outcomes of Childhood Disorders ePub download
by Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics Lily Hechtman M.D.
- ISBN: 0880487038
- ISBN13: 978-0880487030
- ePub: 1178 kb | FB2: 1698 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Medicine
- Publisher: American Psychiatric Association Publishing; 1 edition (June 1, 1996)
- Pages: 304
- Rating: 4.5/5
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She is also Director of Adolescent Services and Staff Psychiatrist at Montreal Children's Hospital in Montreal, Canada.
Author(s) : Lily Hechtman. Publisher : American Psychiatric Publishing. Category : Child and Adolescent Studies. ISBN 13 : 9780880487030. ISBN 10 : 0880487038. Also by Lily Hechtman Price £4. 9.
This book will guide their present interventions, which will effect more positive long-term outcomes in the future.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 30, 383–387. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Klein, R. & Wender, P. (1995). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press. Weiss, . & Hechtman, L. T. (1993).
Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press (1996). 12. Larsson JO, Bergman LR, Earls F, Rydelius PA. Behavioral profiles in 4–5 year-old children: normal and pathological variants. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev.
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Professor of Psychiatry and of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill .
Professor of Psychiatry and of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. In terms of academic, social and emotional functioning, two large-scale studies in which I participated clearly showed the benefit of combining medication with psychosocial treatment for children with ADHD, as opposed to either treatment alone. However, these benefits do not last without ongoing treatment and follow-up. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 55 (11), 945–952.
Having ADHD symptoms since childhood is usually required to be diagnosed with adult ADHD.
This subdivision is based on presence of at least six out of nine long-term (lasting at least six months) symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity–impulsivity, or both. To be considered, the symptoms must have appeared by the age of six to twelve and occur in more than one environment (. at home and at school or work). Having ADHD symptoms since childhood is usually required to be diagnosed with adult ADHD.
The book is a review that familiarizes clinicians and others about long-term outcomes of childhood disorders. The authors critically review available information on long-term outcome of the particular childhood disorder; what factors, particularly treatments, influence this outcome; and what future research or clinical directions appear promising.