The Myth of the Hyperactive Child: And Other Means of Child Control

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Pantheon Books, 1975 - Behavior modification. - 285 pages
A critical survey of the new politics, practices, and ideology, and related causes and consequences, of the medical and social control of children labelled as hyperactive, maladaptive, dysfunctional, and predelinquent, under the guise of diagnosis and treatment

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ONE The Hutschnecker Memo
TWO The Invention of a Disease
THREE The Smart Pill

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