|Part 1:Understanding AD/HD||1|
|1. AD/HD: What it is, and what it isn’t ||3|
|Pseudo AD/HD: what looks like AD/HD, but isn’t AD/HD?||5|
|How many people have AD/HD?||6|
|2. AD/HD in the Classroom: Teacher and Student Perspectives ||8|
|Common classroom problems associated with AD/HD||8|
|What it feels like to have AD/HD||9|
|3. AD/HD and Other Problems ||18|
|AD/HD and Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (EBD)||18|
|AD/HD and other problems—behavioural, emotional and educational||19|
|4. Biology, Brains and AD/HD ||21|
|AD/HD and the brain I: the psychology of AD/HD||21|
|AD/HD and the brain II: the biology of AD/HD||24|
|AD/HD and families: genetics and AD/HD||24|
|What happens to people with AD/HD?||25|
|AD/HD and the bio-psycho-social approach: AD/HD is a product of nature and nurture||26|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Educating Children with AD/HD:A Teacher's Manual.
Contributors: Paul Cooper - Author, Fintan J. O'Regan - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: v.
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