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Russell Barkley - ADD, ODD, emotional impulsiveness, and relationships

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ADD Aspergers Anxiety Psychologist Counseling Testing Dallas

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Asperger’s in Adults: You think you know the faces of Asperger’s Autism

ADD Aspergers Anxiety Psychologist

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explains so much more

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than the current view of a dat explains

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as i will show you a_t_t_ children are eleven times more likely to develop

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oppositional defiant disorder within two years of the onset of their a_t_t_ wine

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one of those disorders have to do with each other and now they're treated as

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simply

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cohort benefit

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all well they go together but we're not sure

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but if you put a motion back into a d_h_ do you see the connection right into odp

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because that regarding within the city is auto

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matically sub clinically odp

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at the get go

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it's only going to take one more symptom to cross the diagnostic threshold

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in other words a_t_t_ causes

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odp

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that is an important thing to understand because the odp

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while it does have some social influences over it

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half of all the d_d_c_ inability

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to manage frustration

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impatience and anger

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and that will set you up

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for the second component of o_j_ d

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which is interaction conflict

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defiance

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arguing

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but the first four symptoms of the eight in over didi

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our mood

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hostility

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easily annoyed irritability

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and that is part of a dat

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so we need to yes m five and we need families

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to both understand

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that emotion goes with this disorder it is not a separate co morbidity in some

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cases

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and now we know why when we treat a_d_ h_d_

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particularly with the medications that we use

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we get nearly as much production and over didi as we get an a_t_t_ and when

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we don't

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it is because of the social conflict component

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which is learned

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and we will have to unlearned that little piece but the mood component is

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the a_t_t_ component

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now by returning emotion into a dhtml also helps families to understand some

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of the other life course risks

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fifty to seventy percent of a_t_t_ children are vitally rejected by close

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friendships by second grade

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it is in fact one of the more devastating consequences of this

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disorder

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is this inability to make and keep

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close sustained it

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friendships with other children

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that it is part three

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for parents to see this happening

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that their child is not best liked as other children let the sleepovers the

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going to the movies and the other social events in which other children celebrate

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their peer relationships

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are shut off for this trial

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why is it fair the single best predictor of peer rejection

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youth that symptom

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beyond most real impulses

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friends for gives you your distract ability your forgetfulness you're

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working memory problems and even your restlessness

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they will not forgive your anger

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your hostility the quickness with which you emote to other people

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because it is offensive

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it is socially costly

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so now we can begin to understand the new

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immersed social problems

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that a_t_t_ children are prone to

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because it arises from this aspect

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of the inhibitory deficit

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there are other things that it explains i could do a whole hour and a half as i

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did a month ago in toronto

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on the importance of emotion in a dat i won't go there

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but suffice to say that it explains the road rage during driving

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the job dismissals

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which are not the result of in attentiveness

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but at the end too quick to anger

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too quick to express raw emotion in the workplace of which employers

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are not tolerant

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especially if it occurs with a customer

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and it also explains to us the marital difficulties and the parenting

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difficulties these children may be prone to

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because the single best predictor of marital problems can be dealt with the

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dat

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is not distracted the party

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it is emotion

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so we can begin to paint a better picture of understanding a_t_t_ in its

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life course risk by understanding the nature of the inhibitory problem

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and that it includes

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emotion

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as part of it

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and that's just slide one i've got eighty-five slight

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the c_-one and concern that the

 
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