Our expert says:
The tv games observation is, I think, really rather important - it shows that he CAN concentrate and work for long periods when its on something interesting and rewarding to him. An educational psychologist has specialized in kids with learning problems of the usual sort, but NOT in clinical problems like neurological and similar problems. A clinical psychologist should have trained in dealing with illnesses and neurologically related problems, and would maybe be better able to do and interpret neuropsychological tests, of actual brain functions. Sounds like someone with such expertise needs to sit down with ALL the test results, and other opinions, as well as their own assessment, and try to see the broader picture.
Of course it's also possible that there's nothing particularly wrong with the child in the sense these others are looking for. Sometimes, for reasons a child shrink can explore, a child in some classes wants more attention than they are getting, they may find that they can achieve this by being a bit hyperactive, asking more questions, and so on. If this is the case, sometimes even quite slight variations in how a teacher handles him, may make a surprisingly large difference.
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