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  1. Coping Inventory population
  2. Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS)
  3. MILLER ASSESS. FOR PRESCHOOLERS(map)
  4. Psychological Theories: Stess Theory
  5. Erhardt Developmental Vision Assessment (EDVA) and Short Screening Form (EDVA-S)
  1. a Focus: a behavior rating scale to determine visuomotor dev. that assesses involuntary visual patterns. Method: 271 test items organized developmentally into 7 clusters. Age: birth to 6 months. Since the 6-month level is considered the norm, EDVA-S can be used for assessing older children.
  2. b homeostatic imbalances result in changes in structural and chemical composition
  3. c determines the severity of autism (i.e., mild, moderate, or severe) and distinguishes children with autism from children with developmental delays who do not have autism
  4. d 15 years and above
  5. e Standardized tool that assesses sensory and motor capabilities, cognitive abilities, and combined abilities. Ages 2 years 9 months to 5 years and 8 months.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. questionnaire assesses coping with self and coping with environment according to three categories of coping styles: productive, active, and flexible
  2. Focus: standardized norm referenced assessment which evaluates visual motor integration and visual perception skills of preschoolers. Method: 2 performance subtests and 2 behavioral observation checklists. Age: preschoolers aged 3.5 - 5.5 years old.
  3. Standardized task performance and observation screening tool for early identification of children at risk for developmental delays in 4 areas: personal-social, fine motor-adaptive, language, and gross motor skills. Ages 1 Month - 6 years.
  4. aging is complex, multifactorial and not one single theory about aging can adequately explain it.
  5. assesses coping habits, skills, and behaviors, including effectiveness, style, strengths and vulnerabilities to develop intervention plans for coping skills

5 True/False questions

  1. Sociological theoriesalso can be called stochastic or non-genetic theories

          

  2. Adolescent/Adult SP populationa questionnaire measures individual's reactions to daily sensory experiences

          

  3. Environmental toxins includealso can be called stochastic or non-genetic theories

          

  4. disengagement theoryolder people that are socially active show improved adjustment to the aging process and role enactment is essential for a positive self image and satisfaction

          

  5. Motor-Free Visual Perception Test (MVPT-3)Focus: standardized, quick evaluation to assess visual perception (excludes motor components) in 5 areas. Method: number of items given depends on individual's age. Age: children and adults aged 4-95 years old.