2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0047-20852008000200010
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Abstract: rEsumoO TDAH é uma doença de alta prevalência na infância, ocasionando dificuldades sociais, acadêmicas e familiares quando não diagnosticado e tratado adequadamente. O objetivo desse estudo de caso é demonstrar o grave prejuízo causado pelo TDAH em três gerações de uma mesma família.

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“…Dentre as patologias que apresentam em seu escopo questões SOUZA et al, 2008;PRIMICH;IENNACO, 2011).…”
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“…Dentre as patologias que apresentam em seu escopo questões SOUZA et al, 2008;PRIMICH;IENNACO, 2011).…”
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“…One frequently-studied example of school-based medicalization is attention de cit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)(Conrad 2014). In Brazil, ADHD has emerged as a high-prevalence disorder since the beginning of the 21st century, ranging from 0.9% to over 6% depending on the population studied and the diagnostic criteria used(Hinshaw et al 2011;De Souza et al 2008), making it of particular interest for researchers studying school-based medicalization. Medicalization of schooling is also re ected in an overall increase in the medical and psychological care offered to children and adolescents with a lower level of school performance than expected (Frandji, 2011).…”
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“…With respect to cognitive functioning, students who report ADHD symptoms have poor planning and study skills (Rabiner, Anastopoulos, Costello, Hoyle, & Swartzwelder, 2008); they have greater difficulty concentrating and avoiding distractions (Palmini, 2008;Rohde, Knapp, Lykowski, & Carim, 2004); and they tend to have lower Grade Point Averages (GPA) compared to other students (Advokat, Lane, & Luo, 2011). Interpersonally, college students with ADHD symptoms are more prone to become involved in arguments with professors and classmates (Souza, Mattos, Pina, & Fortes, 2008), possess fewer social skills and social adjustment strategies (ShawZirt, Popali-Lehane, Chaplin, & Berman, 2005), and receive less support from friends (Wilmshurst, Peele, & Wilmshurst, 2011). With regard to the relationship with the university, students with ADHD symptoms tend to feel less attached and affiliated to their educational institutions (Shaw-Zirt et al, 2005), and they are more likely to engage in antisocial behavior (Gudjonsson, Sigurdsson, Adalsteinsson, & Young, 2013) and experience drinkingrelated problems (Mesman, 2015).…”
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“…With regard to the relationship with the university, students with ADHD symptoms tend to feel less attached and affiliated to their educational institutions (Shaw-Zirt et al, 2005), and they are more likely to engage in antisocial behavior (Gudjonsson, Sigurdsson, Adalsteinsson, & Young, 2013) and experience drinkingrelated problems (Mesman, 2015). Internal correlates of ADHD symptoms among college students include low selfesteem and emotional instability (Blase et al, 2009;ShawZirt et al, 2005), procrastination (Souza et al, 2008), and depression (Norwalk, Norvilitis, & MacLean, 2009).…”
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