Childhood Disorders Pt. 2

O deficiencies in forming and understanding

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Unformatted text preview: emotional reciprocity, which refers to the normal back in forth in communication o Deficits in nonverbal communications §༊ Body language, facial expressions, etc. o Deficiencies in forming and understanding relationships o Restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviors 3 Childhood Disorders 4 o Mild to Severe is based on deficiencies and repetitive/restricted behaviors • Developmental Coordination Disorder o One of the specific learning disabilities o The coordination is a problem that is not developed correctly compared to age expectations §༊ Having deficits, not seeing enough motor behavior • Stereotypic Movement Disorder o Repetitive seemingly driven and apparently purposeless motor behavior §༊ Hand shaking, body rocking, hand waving, etc. • Tourette’s Disorder o Show that there are multiple motor and vocal ticks and persist for at least a year • Persistent (Chronic) Motor or Vocal Tick Disorder o A single motor or vocal tick that has to be present for at least a year 4...
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This document was uploaded on 02/28/2014 for the course PSYCH AS.200.212 at Johns Hopkins.

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