Special article:

Childhood ADD

A developmental phase, not a permanent disease


Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a common diagnosis made in children and, increasingly, in adults. In this special article, we’ll focus on whether it is a valid concept, and if so what it means diagnostically. Then we’ll think about what those considerations imply for treatment decisions. 

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