ADHD between the global and the singular: Incursions from the disjunction of the child’s body TDAH: Global e o singular tdah entre o global e o singular: Incursões a partir da disjunção do corpo infantil TDAH entre lo global y lo singular: Incursiones a partir de la disyunción del cuerpo infantil

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Psicologia Clinica
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Silva D.R.
Albertini M.R.B.
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© 2016, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro. All rights reserved.The clinical picture of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is present in the current context both in the professional and parents discourse. The child seen from the disorder gets lost among different proposals for evaluation and treatment. The literature that fundaments these proposals is exclusively divided between the biological and the subjective/inter-relational field. Given these different assumptions about the body and the child, it aimed to question the clinical picture of ADHD given the disjunction of the child’s body nowadays. Thus, it discusses the body as a unit allocated by the subject to express itself in the environment. The moves were seen as entered in intent, so the subject moves toward an object/objective and intended to avoid anguish, taking advantage of both the psychic and cognitive resources, this joint being implemented by language. This model, in addition to the current context, presents impasses that relate to the symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity. In conclusion, it was found the importance of the unique aspects that are expressed; the need to discuss disjunctive paradigms and psychologist positioning.
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