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Comorbidity Many children and adolescents with psychiatric disorders meet the criteria for more than one psychiatric diagnosis. For example, a child who meets the criteria for generalised anxiety disorder commonly also meets the criteria for other anxiety disorders too, including speciﬁc phobias, social phobia and separation anxiety disorder. Similarly, a child who meets the criteria for ADHD commonly also meets the criteria for oppositional-deﬁant or conduct disorder. For some disorders, comorbidity is the rule rather than the exception.
In: Rutter M et al. (eds) Rutter’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 5th edn. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, pp. 42–57. Further reading Jones DPH. (2003) Communicating with Vulnerable Children: A Guide for Practitioners. Gaskell, London. P1: TIX/XYZ JWST191-c02 P2: ABC Color: 1C JWST191-Goodman June 14, 2012 6:50 Trim: 244mm X 172mm CHAPTER 2 Classiﬁcation The underlying principles guiding diagnostic groupings Making it useful Classiﬁcation should facilitate communication among clinicians and researchers rather than be a ‘train spotting’ exercise conducted for its own sake.
Among the British White sample, there was a strong socio-economic gradient, with middle-class children and adolescents having fewer problems. Among the British Indian sample, there was no such gradient. In effect, the British Indians from all socio-economic groups did as well as the middle-class British Whites – and much the same has been shown for reading ability. Why? This is not yet known, though it is tempting to suppose that a strong cultural commitment to education could be relevant. 2 A London study showed that by comparison with British White children, British African-Caribbean children were more likely to have conduct disorders at school, but were no more likely to have conduct disorders at home.