PSYCH 2AP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dsm-5, Group Dynamics, Developmental Coordination Disorder

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Deals with something about the development of the nervous system. Communication disorders: language disorders, speech sound disorders, childhood-onset fluency disorder, unspecified communication disorder. Motor disorders: developmental coordination disorder, stereotypic movement disorder, tourette"s disorder, chronic (pervasive) tic disorder. First described in 1902 by dr. george still, english physician: symptoms of it is known for a very long time. Now most researched of all childhood disorders: (opinion) soon will be eclipsed, by autism. Name changes over the years: 1960s: minimal brain dysfunction (mbd, 1970s: attention deficit disorder (add); +h or h for presence of hyperactivity, 1980s: add plus attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) for those with hyperactivity. Dsm-iv (1994) and dsm-5 use adhd for all cases; three subtypes: one label, with 3 subtypes. Adhd-predominantly inattentive (adhd-pi: mostly about inattentive, there"s some attention deficient. Adhd-predominantly hyperactive and impulsive (adhd-phi: highly impulsive. Adhd-combined type (adhd-c: mix of symptoms, some attentive, some hyperactive.

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