The uses and abuses of the history of hyperactivity

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the uses and abuses of the history of hyperactivity. It is part of a collection of essays which seek to provide school practitioners with knowledge that is useful within the educational context to improve the educational experiences and outcomes for children who might otherwise receive a diagnosis of ADHD.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publication(De)constructing ADHD
Subtitle of host publicationCritical guidance for teachers and teacher educators
EditorsLinda Graham
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherPeter Lang AG
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Publication series

NameDisability Studies in Education
PublisherPeter Lang
Volume9

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ADHD
abuse
history
school
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Keywords

  • education
  • ADHD
  • hyperactivity
  • medical history
  • teacher education

Cite this

Smith, M. (2010). The uses and abuses of the history of hyperactivity. In L. Graham (Ed.), (De)constructing ADHD: Critical guidance for teachers and teacher educators (Disability Studies in Education; Vol. 9). New York: Peter Lang AG.
Smith, Matthew. / The uses and abuses of the history of hyperactivity. (De)constructing ADHD: Critical guidance for teachers and teacher educators. editor / Linda Graham. New York : Peter Lang AG, 2010. (Disability Studies in Education).
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