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Shopping Addiction & Adhd Symptoms & Strategies

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by Jeffrey Powell
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Shopping Addiction & Adhd Symptoms & Strategies by Jeffrey Powell

Shopping Addiction Shopping is a raging phenomenon among developed countries and has been studied over and over. Sociologists say it's a 'female drive', in an attempt to explain the differences in shopping behaviour between men and women. It was said that the same obsession of men over sports can be linked to the way women go crazy on Black Friday sales or on mall openings. In the evolution of man, the male species are known to be 'hunters', while women have always been the 'gatherers' or the ones who are in charge of finding things for their offspring. >ADHD Symptoms & Strategies ADHD- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder- is one of the childhood disorders becoming more and more common in recent years. This is a neurobehavioral disorder, which starts to develop during childhood and may persist into adulthood. The defining characteristic of ADHD is difficulty keeping focus and attention, hyperactivity and difficulty in controlling the different behaviors.

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Size: 337 KB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781329733954 (DRM-EPUB)

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