Reversals bd pq transpositions wassaw scaredsacred

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Reversals (b/d, p/q); transpositions (was/saw, scared/sacred); inversions (m/w, u/n) Omissions (place for palace, section for selection) Terms Phonological awareness Mixed expressive-receptive language disorder Phonological disorder Stuttering Learning disorder Reading Disorder Mathematics Disorder Writing Disorder Chapter 12 – Health Related and Substance Use Disorders Concepts What is the most common childhood chronic illness? Asthma How does family stress impact children’s ability to cope with chronic illness? Parents’ ability to cope impacts child’s ability to cope (related to children’s perception of social support) What are the most common substances that adolescents use? Alcohol, tobacco second
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Terms Nocturnal Eneuresis Diurnal Eneuresis Encopresis Primary disorder Secondary disorder Acute lymphoblastic leukemia Chapter 13 – Childhood Feeding Disorders Concepts Who is most likely to have Pica? Common in young children, begins in infancy, remits after several months, more common in children with MR, particularly those in institutions, occurs most often in low SES families or those with high levels of stress What family and child factors are related to the onset of Failure to Thrive? Significance of emotional deprivation (lack of love) and malnutrition (lack of food); child physical conditions or difficult temperament, inadequate or neglectful care-giving, poor child-caregiver attachment, families that are poor, highly disorganized What are the subtypes of Anorexia and Bulimia? AN: restricting type, binge-eating/purging type BN: purging type, non-purging type What are associated characteristics of people with bulimia? Mood instability, impulsivity, substance abuse, and self-harm; typically within 10% of normal body weight Terms Pica Failure to Thrive Chapter 14 – Child Maltreatment Concepts Concepts What are the 4 different types of child maltreatment and what do they include? Physical abuse (PA): acts of aggression that physically harm the child (often a result of discipline attempts) Neglect: failure to meet minimal standards of care- physical, educational, emotional Sexual abuse (SA): inappropriate sexual contact or exploitation Emotional abuse: bizarre punishments, verbal put-downs, exposure to potentially harmful experiences, isolation -children often experience more than 1 type Which type of maltreatment is most common?
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  • Summer '11
  • Damashek
  • Psychology, Borderline personality disorder, Mental retardation

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