By Russell A. Barkley
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Using psychoanalytic theory, Harticollis speculated that this condition arose from an early and possibly congenital defect in the ego apparatus, in interaction with busy, action-oriented, successful parents. The following year, Quitkin and Klein (1969) reported on two behavioral syndromes in adults that might be related to MBD. The authors studied 105 patients at the Hillside Hospital in Glen Oaks, New York, for behavioral signs of “organicity” (brain damage); behavioral syndromes that might be considered neurological “soft signs” of CNS impairment; and any EEG findings, psychological testing re- 18 I.
2). British scientists even viewed pervasiveness as an essential criterion for the diagnosis of a distinct syndrome of hyperactivity (as noted earlier). However, research appearing at the end of the decade (Costello, Loeber, & StouthamerLoeber, 1991) demonstrated that such group differences were more likely to be the results of differences in the source of the information used to classify the children (parents vs. teachers) than of actual behavioral differences between the situational and pervasive subgroups.
Copyright 1987 by the American Psychiatric Association. Reprinted by permission. 22 I. THE NATURE OF ADHD this matter. There was simply no indication whether ADD – H had a similar or qualitatively different type of attention deficit, which would make it a separate childhood psychiatric disorder in its own right. Rather than continue merely to conjecture about the nature of the subtype and how it should be diagnosed, the committee essentially placed the concept in abeyance until more research was available to its successor committee to guide its definition.
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment (3rd Edition) by Russell A. Barkley