ADHD is closely related with excess amount of perception. Excess amount of perception in a short time leads to excess amount of expression. Excess amount of
perception is caused by the speedy process of external information that are being perceived. These children are usually capable of understanding things faster then
other children. They also have higher level of concentration. They are good at remembering things they saw only for a short time. They lose interest quickly since
they have already processed and understood all. Then, they may look less focusing and more distracted. ADHD occurs when both the excess perception and excess
expression occur at the same time.
Children with ADHD should be approached with emotional appeal rather than logical or cognitive appeal. They may have imbalance between the function of the
frontal lobe and the system of managing the amount of dopamine, which causes temporary blockage or paralysis of rational control. When they are pressed or
forced to stop moving or doing as they want, the level of anxiety and nervousness is maximized. They usually bring about brilliant ideas when they are engaged
in work that requires creativity.