What is the Problem With Books on ADHD?

Executive Summary

  • The field of ADHD suffers from the uniformity of perspective on the disease, with the vast majority of ADHD books showing little creativity.


As we cover in many articles at this site, the medical consensus on treatments is often not consistent with the research and is wrapped around the profitability of the treatment.

Given this, it was curious to review the books that are available on Amazon.com.

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