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1). Developmental and behavioral disorders are associated with significant impairment in academic, occupational, and interpersonal functioning, and can be challenging to treat and manage. Examples of these disorders include learning disorders, Mental Retardation, pervasive development disorders, and communication disorders. These disorders begin in infancy, childhood, or adolescence, and can persist into adulthood. Other disorders, such as depressive disorders and anxiety disorders may also have an onset in childhood or adolescence, but an early age of onset is not a defining feature (1).
Historical data, such as school report cards, behavioral rating scales completed by teachers, disciplinary reports, and psychological assessments can also shed light on previous levels of functioning. Parental interviews and historical data circumvent the possibility of recall bias that exists when relying solely on a patient’s retrospective report. In the absence of a documented history of chronic inattention and poor self-control, a diagnosis of ADHD is likely to be inappropriate (47, 48). , educational, vocational, social, relationship) must also be displayed.
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