Project #26883 - Annotated Bibliography

There are 10 references withe 5 of those references annotated I just want from you to change the style from APA to American Journal of Human Biology. 

Annotated Bibliography

Comstock, E. J. (2011). The end of drugging children: Toward the genealogy of the ADHD subject. Journal Of The History Of The Behavioral Sciences, 47(1), 44-69. doi:10.1002/jhbs.20471

 

Davis, D., & Williams, P. (2011). Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Preschool-Age Children: Issues and Concerns. Clinical Pediatrics, 50(2), 144-152. doi:10.1177/0009922810384722

 

Fabiano, G., Pelham, W., Majumdar, A., Evans, S., Manos, M., Caserta, D., & ... Carter, R. (2013). Elementary and Middle School Teacher Perceptions of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Prevalence. Child & Youth Care Forum, 42(2), 87-99. doi:10.1007/s10566-013-9194-1

 

            A survey was sent out to schools in 21 states to ascertain what teachers’ perceptions of students with ADHD and how effective they believed the medication to be on the student’s school performance and behavior. 245 schools and more than 1200 teachers participated and filled out the surveys and returned them to the showing that there was an actual under identification of cases of ADHD, especially in lower socio-economic communities. They suggest that this has serious implications for overall mental health.

 

Katherine, E. (3). Pay more attention to ADHD. Washington Post, The.

 

McCoy, T. (2014). A desperate cry for attention-deficit. Newsweek Global, 162(9), 88-90.

 

Scheffler, R. M., Brown, T. T., Fulton, B. D., Hinshaw, S. P., Levine, P., & Stone, S. (2009). Positive Association Between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Medication Use and Academic Achievement During Elementary School. Pediatrics, 123(5), 1273-1279. doi:10.1542/peds.2008-1597

 

The American Academy of Pediatrics released research on the prevalence of diagnosis of ADHD, and the efficacy of the treatment of ADHD in elementary school age children with prescription drugs. Within this source is evidence showing that a control group of ADHD diagnosed children on medication for their condition performed better on math and reading tests that did other children who had been diagnosed with ADHD but were not taking prescription drugs for treatment.

 

Schneider, H., & Eisenberg, D. (2006). Who receives a diagnosis of attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder in the United States elementary school population?. Pediatrics, 117(4), e601-e609.

 

            The official journal of The American Academy of Pediatrics conducted a national study to assess who receives an ADHD diagnosis in the elementary schools across the country. The parameters of their research included an investigation into the elements related to the likelihood of the occurrence of ADHD. Family, school, policies and the children themselves were all part of the study that revealed the diagnosis of ADHD is affected by the academic and home experiences of children in addition to the exogenous qualities of a child. It was also confirmed that the pressure to perform was positivity associated with rising cases of ADHD according to data collected on more than 9000 children in a diverse range of settings.

Stolzer, J. M. (2009). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Valid Medical Condition or Culturally Constructed Myth?. Ethical Human Psychology & Psychiatry, 11(1), 5-15. doi:10.1891/1559-4343.11.1.5

 

            The article published by scholars at the University of Nebraska in 2009 argues that the United States of America in collaboration with Food and Drug Administration have culturally constructed the condition of ADHD. The authors insist that the teachers and administrators are labeling natural and normal behaviors in the public school system to be neurobehavioral brain disorders. Evidence is provided based on human biological evolution and gender differences in behavior and are giving psychological referrals that end in the prescription of harmful medications. They conclude their argument with recommendations about the over diagnosis of ADHD in American 

 

Stolzer, J. M. (2007). The ADHD Epidemic in America. Ethical Human Psychology & Psychiatry, 9(2), 109-116.

 

Ward, H. (2013). ADHD net cast too wide, report warns. Times Educational Supplement, (5069), 9-10.  

 

            In The Times Educational Supplement just last November, a warning was issued to the educational community that the broadening of the criteria used to identify ADHD in elementary and middle schools in America has led to a very serious problem of over diagnosis of typical and normal behaviors. This has also increased related problems from the use of medication to treat ADHD. The multibillion-dollar a year industry that is supported by the diagnosis is also mentioned and a cause for concern over the motivation for identification.

 

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