HDFS FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE

HDFS FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE - HDFS FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE...

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HDFS FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Fathers Lamb’s Theory o Engagement -structured or loose play -direct interaction/engagement o Accessibility/Availability Accessible to child but NOT directly engaged o Responsibility Degree to which fathers have role in day to day are of well being of child Being aware of day to day mood of child o Lacking from theory? Quality of time spent Financial component How do fathers play with children? o Prefer physical play instead of caregiving Rough and tumble o More likely to engage in goal oriented activities with kids Try to get baby to crawl o More likely to emphasize real world consequences with discipline Bad grades=won’t get into college you want o Levels of father interaction decrease with age of child Peaks at 2-4 yrs Rough and tumble play not socially appropriate as they age Benefits of father involvement o Better emotional control in early childhood o Increased willingness to try new things in early childhood o More popular/less aggressive with peers o Fewer behavioral issues o Higher cognitive and language dev. In pre-school kids Non resident father impact on development o Not going to be “worse of” necessarily o HOWEVER Less likely to be involved Primary benefit=payment child support Amount of time with kid less beneficial, usually depends on relationship with mom
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Autism Types/Forms of ASD o Asperger’s Most high function Social deficity Very verbal; not a lot of behavior problems Rejected by peers due to social awkwardness o Autistic Disorder Lowest functioning Lack of social/emotional reciprocity No interaction Non verbal Self injurious o PDD-NOW (pervasive development disorder-not otherwise specified) Moderately functioning Not a profound deficit, but not high functioning Label kids to get $ from state, then work from there to diagnose Domains of Deficity Treatments (what works/ not) Applied Behavior Analysis (discrete trial etc) High functioning/low function (differences/similarities) Causes-what do we know? o No scientific evidence for vaccine cause o Neurological-some brain areas function/size is different o Genetic-configuration of 10 genes that may lead to autism o NO refridgerator mothers o Pre-natal environment Maternal stress Womb problems Video-how did Jessie’s teacher work with her/ Jessie’s behavior Curing autism: Can it be done? How? o No cure o Treatment Diets Gluten free Casein free They may not process protein successfully Shown to help behavior Holding therapy Freudian
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Hold the child long enough, they will be cured As a parent, you failed to bond closely to your child Eye contact, say I love you, tell them how they frustrate you Applied behavior analysis (ABA) MOST APPROPRIATE TREATMENT Reinforced independent and appropriate behavior Improve skill set Ability to thrive independently in world
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HD FS 229 taught by Professor Gutshall,donna during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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