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Unformatted text preview: ii. 2.5 fold increase from 1990-95 iii. US prescriptions higher than other countries e. Over diagnoses i. Type I error 1. Detect a diff when there isn’t one ii. Type II 1. Not detecting an error when there is f. What are the estimates i. Sciutto et al (2007) summarized 4 prevalent studies 1. Estimates related to non random g. Comorbidity i. Other disorders cause attention deficits h. Factors leading to OVER: i. False Negatives i. Gender differences 1. Girls less likely to be noticed 2. Less disruptive ii. Subgroup norms iii. Barriers to identification 1. Not a random sample iv....
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