Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a mental disorder which is characterized by excessive activity, problems with focusing and paying attention as well as the difficulty to control one’s behavior which is not typical for a person’s age. The consequences of not treating this disorder include poor school performance as well as impairment in general.
Speaking about the most comprehensive sources to use when doing a research on the issue in question, here is a brief list of annotated bibliographies for ADHD. The first journal to mention is Alloway, T. P. Gathercole, S. E. Holmes, J. Place, M. Elliott, J. G.; Hilton, K. (2009) The Diagnostic Utility of Behavioral Checklists in Identifying Children with ADHD and Children with Working Memory Deficits Child Psychiatry & Human Development Vol.40. In this journal, the authors dwell upon the differences which appear when children are diagnosed wirth ADHD. Thus, this particular issue is highlighted in the article. The next source to mention is DuPaul, G. J. (2007) School-Based Interventions for Students With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Current Status and Future Directions School Psychology Review Vol. 36. This piece of writing is dedicated to finding those strategies and techniques with the help of which it will be possible to reduce the symptoms of ADHD is children. The last one to mention is Edwards K. (2008) The learning experiences and preferred educational strategies of children who have been identified as gifted with ADHD. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education; v.17. The author of this article presents effective educational strategies for children with ADHD.
Taking everything into consideration, each of the highlighted articles dwells upon one specific aspect regarding the diagnosis or treatment of ADHD.