Hyperactivity: A Cultural Perspective

Block, Gerald H.
April 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Apr1977, Vol. 10 Issue 4
Academic Journal
Discusses a number of cultural studies concerning hyperactivity, highlighting a direction for research and an interdisciplinary approach for hyperactivity. Positions of contemporary researchers on the causes of hyperactivity; Explanations of hyperactivity; Comparison of the incidence of hyperactivity in different areas; Effect of noise on hyperactivity.


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