What do you think of the question, "Could a child's ADHD diagnosis be only a behavioral problem instead?" for a psychology paper?


I think the idea of your question is a good one and probably a bit controversial, which always makes for an interesting essay. However, I think it could be worded a bit better. Here are some possible alternatives:

What is the difference between a child who has behavior problems that need to be addressed by a more efficient discipline regimen, and a child who has ADHD?

How is ADHD different from behavior management problems?

Should parents and teachers try different behavior management strategies first before assuming a child has ADHD?

What causes a child to be diagnosed with ADHD?

What is the difference in treating a child with ADHD versus treating a child for behavior problems?

Updated on March 21, 2018

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100 Great Psychology Research Paper Topics
By Virginia Kearney