Over the last few decades, many studies investigating affected and unaffected persons have dealt with knowledge of and attitudes toward epilepsy. Many of them examined the view of adults [1–9], whereas only a few studies focused on the view of children and adolescents [10–14]. A recent German study showed that most school children suffering from epilepsy were able to describe their seizures well. Most children had rather good knowledge about medication but gaps in knowledge about safety precautions were frequent.

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