Why French children don't have ADHD

Here's an interesting piece from Psychology Today in which Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D, argues that parents' stricter discipline and 'boundary setting' in France leads to far fewer cases of ADHD than in the States.
She also points out the difference in treatments with the States going down the pharmaceutical/medication route whereas French clinicians examine the social and psychological causes underlying the disorder.


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