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  • It has three recognized subtypes, predominantly Hyperactive, predominantly Inattentive, and Combined, each of which looks a little different.

    Understanding ADHD -- Willingham

  • A child must show six of nine symptoms in one of the two lists shown below to be diagnosed as either predominantly Inattentive or predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive.

    Understanding ADHD -- Willingham

  • Inattentive singing and bad singing that offended others were seen as mild faults, punished simply with a mandatory recitation of psalms.

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • Inattentive drivers (those who are talking, eating, fiddling with electronics) are 75% more likely to be involved in fatal, single-vehicle, ROR crashes than drivers who make actual driving errors (like failing to signal a turn, or tailgating), according to NHTSA.

    How To Avoid A Single-Car Crash

  • Inattentive regulators, swashbuckling CEOs, greedy mortgage originators and misinformed borrowers have all been identified as contributing factors to the financial panic after the fall of Lehman Broth ...

    Emma Coleman Jordan: Passive Bank Directors Pose Systemic Risks

  • Inattentive regulators, swashbuckling CEOs, greedy mortgage originators and misinformed borrowers have all been identified as contributing factors to the financial panic after the fall of Lehman Brothers a year ago.

    Emma Coleman Jordan: Passive Bank Directors Pose Systemic Risks

  • Inattentive political media types paid little attention to detail, and just ran with a press release, considering that the unvarnished truth.

    Webb Spokesperson: Um, No, We Didn't Attack McCain's Service

  • Inattentive, therefore, to their joint persecution, she again deliberated by what possible method she could get home in safety; but unable to devise any, she at last resolved to make enquiries of the people in the bar, who had been extremely humane and civil, whether they could assist or counsel her.

    Cecilia

  • Inattentive to her embarrassment, and still looking every way around, he repeated his question.

    Camilla

  • My daughter has ADHD Inattentive type and can't micromanage either.

    When first grade feels like an island - SpouseBUZZ

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