Quotation by Stanley Turecki

Particularly in the early years of the child's development, parents may get different opinions from professionals who view the child in different settings. A pediatrician seeing the child in a busy office diagnoses "attention deficit disorder"; a nursery school teacher who observes the child in an unruly classroom calls him "hyperactive" ... a psychologist or psychiatrist ... decides he's very active but not "hyper" and talks of emotional and family problems; while a neurologist, meeting with the child on a one-to-one basis,... says he is "normal."
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