BOOK REVIEW 4
In his second case study, Conrad can track the expansion of a medical category in
general. The expansion is specifically on the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder commonly
referred to as ADHD from not just children like its perceived to be but to also adults who also
equally suffer in this quagmire in equal terms and measures in the society, in general, today
because of the same. Conrad can prove how self-diagnosed advocates and support groups are
well able to expand the concept also to include adults. It includes even successful men in the
society who seem not have a mental disorder associated with them all the times in general.
According to him, he separates the two in clear terms. He says that for ADHD in children it is
normally bad behavior whereas for adults, in general, it is underperformance at whichever place
that they are normally associated with or workaround in general. In adults, it is often associated
with the lack of self-contentment that comes with nourishment that he or she has been able to
achieve to achieve in his entire life in general. Many of the characteristics that are associated
with ADHD in adults as he can say include things such easily being distracted and the ability to
be able to forget so fast even in things that are very important and useful to them in nature. The
mismatch between the two and their goals and another is also a very important sign of ADHD
that is easily seen from time to time in general (Conrad, 2007). Such is as a result of the ADHD
that is found by adults in general. Conrad recommends that just like children adults should also
as well begin treatment that could see them get treated for that particular condition as well just
like their children counterparts in general.
The third case that Conrad talks about is a condition that is well known as ethical issues.
It is prescribing the human growth to persons of short stature in general. Late until 1985, this
condition was particularly meant for young children whose body condition could not be able to