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  1. General Adaptation Syndrome (Selye)
  2. Coping Inventory & Early Coping Inventory
  3. Adolescent/Adult SP method
  4. Sensory Profile (SP) & Infant Toddler SP
  5. Environmental toxins include
  1. a measures reactions to daily sensory experiences
  2. b assesses coping habits, skills, and behaviors, including effectiveness, style, strengths and vulnerabilities to develop intervention plans for coping skills
  3. c initial alarm reaction, progressing to stage of resistance, progressing to the stage of exhaustion; linked to hormonal theory
  4. d a questionnaire measures individual's reactions to daily sensory experiences
  5. e ultra-violet, cross-linking agents (unsaturated fats), toxic chemicals (metal ions, Mg, Zn), radiation and viruses; and can result in errors in protein synthesis and in DNA synthesis/genetic sequences, cross-linkage of molecules, mutations.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 4 to 36 months
  2. Standardized tool that assesses sensory and motor capabilities, cognitive abilities, and combined abilities. Ages 2 years 9 months to 5 years and 8 months.
  3. questionnaire assesses the effectiveness of behaviors according to sensorimotor organization, reactive behavior, and self-initiated behavior
  4. Focus: assesses visual motor integration. Method: The child copies 24 geometric forms which are sequenced according to level of difficulty. The test is discontinued once the child fails to meet grading criteria for 3 consecutive forms. Age: Short form is for children ages 2-7 years old and full form is for children ages 2-18 years old.
  5. Focus: evaluation of individuals with spatial deficits, due to hemi-field visual neglect or abnormal visual saccades. Method: 36 items vertically placed are used for assessment. Age: children and adults with visual field cuts or without visual impairments.

5 True/False questions

  1. dependencycaused by accumulation of insults from the environment


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


  3. Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) methoddetermines 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. Adolescent/Adult SPallows clients to identify their personal behavioral responses and develop strategies for enhanced participation


  5. Agingcaused by accumulation of insults from the environment