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06/23/2022 10:22 PM 

ᴄ.s. - ᴘsʏᴄʜɪᴀᴛʀɪᴄ ᴇᴠᴀʟᴜᴀᴛɪᴏɴ

Patient Name: Edward J. Munson

Diagnosis: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
In accordance with the DSM III (1980)
.  Hyperactivity in young children is manifested by gross motor activity, such as excessive running or climbing. The child is often described as being on the go, "running like a motor," and having difficulty sitting still. Older children and adolescents may be extremely restless and fidgety. Often it is the quality of the motor behavior that distinguishes this disorder from ordinary overactivity in that hyperactivity tends to be haphazard, poorly organized, and not goal-directed. Symptoms may include…

Inattention: Has difficulty concentrating on schoolwork or other tasks requiring sustained attention.

Impulsivity: Needs a lot of supervision due to risky behavior and has difficulty keeping quiet.

Hyperactivity: Has difficulty sitting still or fidgets excessively.

Typically, the symptoms of this disorder in any given child vary with situation and time. A child's behavior may be well-organized and appropriate on a one-to-one basis but become dysregulated in a group situation or in the classroom; or home adjustment may be satisfactory and difficulties may emerge only in school. It is the rare child who displays signs of the disorder in all settings or even in the same setting at all times.

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