SED TEST 3 - Study Guide Chapters 7 9 10,12 Know...

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Study Guide Chapters 7, 9, 10,12 Know definitions OCD     - obsessions manifesting as repetitive, persistent, and intrusive impulses, images,  or thoughts (ex- repetitive thoughts about death or illness) and/or compulsions  manifesting as repetitive, stereotypical behaviors (ex- hand washing or counting) Panic Disorder     - overwhelming panic attacks resulting in rapid heartbeat, dizziness, and/ or other physical symptoms ODD-      (oppositional defiant disorder) Symptoms: loss of temper, arguments with adults,  irritability, vindictiveness, swearing and using other obscenities, blaming others for  mistakes or misbehavior, and low self esteem Symptoms-exacerbated if the students believe they have no control over life situations ex-  moving, divorce Sett Framework         what does it measure---      the students assistive technology needs (IEP) S tudent’s needs, interests and abilities E nvironment- in which the technology will be used T asks for which the technology will be needed T ools that might be needed to meet the students needs External and Internal Behavior     Externalizing behaviors-  those that are persistently aggressive or involve acting out  and non complaint behaviors- characteristics of conduct and oppositional defiant  disorders—high intensity behavior acts-setting fires---- set to sped b/c they are disruptive  in classrooms and  external behaviors increase or decrease with age—still subject to  zero tolerance in schools—but IDEA protects them against total cesssation if they are  receiving sped services
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Internalizing behaviors - includes withdrawl, depression, anxiety, obsessions and  compulsions- students have poor social skills and are less accepted – tend to be  forgotten- not notice in classroom—less likely to be identified for special education  services—lead to low self regard and lonliness Spina Bifida     - the malformation of the spinal cord—in a person with spina bifida the spinal  column doesn’t close completely and covers the spinal cord—usually resulting in  protrusion of the spinal cord, its covering or both.  0.32/1000 births Not a progressive disorder Has 3 common forms 75% of cases have typical intelligence--- can be part of controlling bladder and bowels causes are unknown but happens during early days of pregnancy- environmental factor 3 forms Spina Bifida Occulta-  the spinal cord or its covering do not protrude and only in a small  portion of the vertebrae, usually in the low spine, is missing. This is the mildest and most  common form. Meningocele- 
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