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|1. All children diagnosed with ADHD are hyperactive.||1. ADHD can be diagnosed in 4 different ways. These; hyperactivity, attention deficit, impulsivity and combined type.|
|2. The most important symptom of ADHD is attention deficit.||2. Attention deficit is an important symptom of ADHD, but features such as failure to understand the concept of time, lack of intentional behavior, and maladaptive behavior are among the leading symptoms of ADHD.|
|3. ADHD is a form of diagnosis that has recently become fashionable in the world and there is not enough research on the subject.||3. ADHD is a disorder that appeared in the mid-19th century, but could be named at the beginning of the 20th century. There are many centers and organizations in the world that do this research.|
|4. ADHD is a disorder caused by minimal brain damage.||4. In many cases, no evidence has been found to suggest that this condition is due to brain damage. According to experts, the disorder is thought to be a neurological dysfunction. Genetic factors are also the most important factors in the diagnosis of ADHD.|
|5. The social problems of children diagnosed with ADHD stem from the insufficient knowledge of these children in the social field.||5. Children with ADHD have problems in social relations because they cannot control their behavior even if they understand social situations.|
|6. Children with ADHD should be kept as comfortable as possible because their reactions to events and environment are very severe.||6. According to many experts, these children are most successful in structured classrooms and structured events, giving them too many choices, reducing their level of attention as they reduce their level of attention.|
We would like to thank Nazan Üstünel from PEDO Education and Psychological Counseling for her contributions.
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