The psychological theory of ADHD

The psychological theory of ADHD

The psychological expert of children Bruno Bettelheim (1973) gave the theory of stress-sensitive organ, explain that the hyperactivity develops when the child was born which has a permanent nature to tangle this noise accompanying the education policies of the parent. If children have organs (mood) towards hyperactivity and erratic state prone to stress, caused by addiction to the mother from soon becoming less consistently frustrated the child may lose their ability to satisfy these demands forced the mother’s obedience. And, when the mother becomes angry anger the mother-child relation as soon become conflicts. With the relationship are not obedient and breaks have been established, the child is difficult to adapt to the demands of the school, and the behavior of them often violate the rules of the class.

The psychological theory of ADHD

The psychological theory of ADHD

 

The study may also contribute to hyperactivity. Increased activity is underpinned by the least attention, that’s the way up on the frequency or intensity. Or, as Ross and Ross (1982) was raised, increasing behavior can be modeled from the behavior of their parents or siblings.

Relationship parents-children relationship is two-ways. Just parents of ADHD children out many orders and have negative interactions with children, they will manifest at least obey the orders and have more negative interactions with parents (Barkley, Karlson, & Pollard, 1985; Tallmadge & Barkley, 1983). As we mentioned a bit mental pleasures medications have been shown to reduce hyperactivity and reinforcement obey in ADHD children. It makes sense, when these drugs are used, the orders of parents and negative behaviour will also be reduced (see Barkley, 1990), has suggested that this, at least to the part of the child’s behavior, negative impact to parents rather than vice versa.

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