Thomas Brown's Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children PDF

By Thomas Brown

ISBN-10: 0300106416

ISBN-13: 9780300106411

A major professional within the overview and remedy of consciousness Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity illness dispels myths and gives reassuring, functional information regarding remedies. Drawing on contemporary findings in neuroscience and a wealthy number of case experiences from his personal medical practive, Dr. Thomas E. Brown describes what upload syndrome is, the way it may be well-known at diverse a long time, and the way it could most sensible be treated.

This is the 1st publication to handle the confusing query approximately upload: how can members, a few very vivid, be chronically not able to “pay attention,” but be capable of concentration rather well on particular initiatives that strongly curiosity them? Dr. Brown disputes the “willpower” clarification and explains how inherited malfunctions of the brain’s administration process hinder a few humans from with the ability to deal correctly with hard initiatives of early life, youth, and maturity. His e-book is an authoritative and functional consultant for physicians and psychologists, mom and dad and lecturers, and the 7 to nine percentage of folks that suffer from ADD/ADHD.

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People with ADD syndrome often describe themselves as unable to focus and sustain their attention unless the task is intrinsically interesting to them. ” One’s eyes may go over each sentence and one may have a feeling of understanding the words, but the meaning of the sentence or passage is not actually grasped. Recognition of the words is not accompanied by enough actively focused attention to capture the meaning and encode it in working memory. People who don’t su¤er from ADD syndrome may experience this “passive reading” if they try to read while they are very tired.

The concept of executive functions is a way of describing how the brain’s various cognitive functions are managed—by being continually shifted and reconfigured—to “deal e¤ectively” with the moment-bymoment demands of life. One way to consider this broader view of attention as executive functions is to observe situations where tasks are not dealt with e¤ectively. Martha Bridge Denckla (1996) has written about patients with high intelligence and no specific learning disabilities who have chronic diªculties in dealing e¤ectively with tasks.

That medication made me feel more like doing my homework too. I just pulled out my books and started to do it. I can’t say I enjoyed it, but I did feel kind of satisfied just having it done. So many times I have walked into class unprepared, without having done the assigned reading, just hoping that I wouldn’t be called on. ” The student’s report indicates that the stimulant medication changed his immediate readiness to engage in the task at hand by modifying the neural chemistry of his brain. A further clue to the chemistry of motivation can be found in the reactions of persons with ADD syndrome who have taken an excessively high dose of stimulant medication.

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