5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Early Coping Inventory method
- General Adaptation Syndrome (Selye)
- Adolescent/Adult SP method
- Sensory Profile (SP) population
- a a questionnaire measures individual's reactions to daily sensory experiences
- b caused by accumulation of insults from the environment
- c 3 - 10 years
- d questionnaire assesses the effectiveness of behaviors according to sensorimotor organization, reactive behavior, and self-initiated behavior
- e initial alarm reaction, progressing to stage of resistance, progressing to the stage of exhaustion; linked to hormonal theory
5 Multiple choice questions
- older adult is distance from society; reduction in social roles leads to further isolation and life dissatisfaction
- birth - 36 months
- assesses coping habits, skills, and behaviors, including effectiveness, style, strengths and vulnerabilities to develop intervention plans for coping skills
- 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.
- allows clients to identify their personal behavioral responses and develop strategies for enhanced participation
5 True/False questions
Test of Visual-Perceptual Skills (3rd ed.) (TVPS3) → 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.
Sensory Profile (SP) & Infant Toddler SP → measures reactions to daily sensory experiences
HAWAII EARLY LEARNING PROFILE (HELP) → Curriculum Referenced Test That Looks At Cognitive, Language, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Social-Emotional, and Self-Help. Gives Dev. Age Range Levels In Each. Ages Birth To 3 Years old.
Psychological Theories: Stess Theory → life experiences/lifestyle influences aging process
Denver Developmental Screening Test II → also can be called stochastic or non-genetic theories