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5 Matching questions

  1. ADHD Inattention
  2. Atypical Intellectual Development
  3. Neglecting Parenting Style
  4. Neglecting Parent
  5. Psychological Disorder
  1. a Low acceptance, low control, low nurture, low communication
  2. b Extremes of IQ scale, children of average IQ but academically behind peers; Mental retardation, learning disabilities, giftedness
  3. c Fails to pay attention to details, difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play, doesn't seem to listen, doesn't seem to follow instruction, difficulty organizing tasks and activities, avoids engaging in tasks that require sustained mental effort, loses necessary things for tasks and activities, easily distracted by extraneous stimuli, often forgetful in daily activities
  4. d Pattern of behavior that is unusual in a child's culture and interferes with his or her psychological, social, and/or educational functioning; three categories: attention problems, externalizing problems, internalizing problems
  5. e Psychologically unavailable mom=depressed, overwhelmed with life stressors, no deep emotional connection to the child

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Atypical Intellectual and Social Development; IQ scores lower than 70; significant problems in adaptive functioning; types: mind (55-70) moderate (40-55) severe (25-40) profound (>25)
  2. Family where single parent (divorced or never married) marries a parent or non-parent; children have a delinquency and lower grades: pre-k is negative for boys, adolescence is negative for girls
  3. Internalizing Problem; Preoccupation with eating and an irresistible urge to eat (binging), intense fear of fatness; some method of purging (self-induced vomiting, excessive laxative use, excessive exercise); often ashamed of behavior; typically appears in girls pursuing careers in dance, acting, modeling, or gymnastics
  4. Children growing up with depressed parents are more likely to suffer-genetic facts; changes parent-child interactions; number of stresses that are present in the family
  5. Behaviors that are unusual or parts of an enduring pattern that infers with a child's development in significant ways

5 True/False questions

  1. Developmental PsychopathologyAtypical Intellectual and Social Development; IQ scores lower than 70; significant problems in adaptive functioning; types: mind (55-70) moderate (40-55) severe (25-40) profound (>25)

          

  2. Permissive-Indulgent Parenting StyleHigh nurture, high maturity demands, high control, high communication

          

  3. Children of Adolescent MothersNeuro-psychiatric disorder: biological treatment helps reduce or eliminate the deviant behavior; Genetic and Heredity: behavior genetics suggests a pattern of hyperactivity can be inherited; Change in Brain Structure: brain-imaging diagnostic methods reveal subtle differences in brain structure and function; Prenatal Exposure: exposure to chemicals (smoke, alcohol, drugs); Exposure to chemicals at early age (environmental toxins-lead)

          

  4. Hostility; Family Emotional ToneReject child-not wanted or loved; negative emotions tone

          

  5. Positive Consequences of DivorceHigh level aggression, argumentative, bullying, disobedience, irritable, threatening behavior before age 10; ODD+threatening behavior: related to difficult temperament, lower IQ, insecure, disorganized attachments

          

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