Society is pretty sure of itself when it comes to labeling children with popular disorders. Take a jumpy kid anywhere, and you'll have someone ask you if he has ADHD. Kids who have trouble snapping to attention get tagged with ADD. Those who cling desperately to routine might be called obsessive-compulsive, and those who blow up at every little thing might be called oppositional-defiant. Kids who retract from parental affection might be called attachment disordered. For some kids, these popular diagnoses will be accurate. For others, the real reason for the behavior is sensory integration disorder.