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6. What are the causes of each disorder? 7. What types of treatments are effective for each disorder (excluding Intellectual Impairment, Asperger’s, Communication & Learning Disorders). ADHD Concepts What are the ADHD subtypes and how common are they? Terms Selective attention Sustained attention tic disorders executive functions Chapter 6- Conduct Problems Concepts What are the characteristics of children with life-course persistent and adolescent limited conduct disorder? What types of sexual behaviors are problematic? What kind of treatment is effective for children and adolescents with sexual behavior problems? Terms Disruptive behavior disorders Antisocial Personality Disorder SNARES Behavioral activation system Behavioral inhibition system Reciprocal influence Coercion training Chapter 7- Anxiety Disorders Concepts How does someone’s learning history and cognitions cause and/or maintain anxiety? Terms Panic attack Behavioral inhibition Classical conditioning Operant conditioning Chapter 8 – Mood Disorders Concepts How does the diathesis stress model work with regard to the onset of depression and bipolar disorder? What is the depressive downward spiral? What features of childhood bipolar disorder are distinct from adult bipolar disorder? Terms Kindling Double depression
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3 Chapter 9 – Intellectual Disabilities Concepts What are the characteristics of someone with mild, moderate, severe, and profound mental retardation? How is SES related to prevalence of MR? How is the organic MR group different from the cultural-familial MR group? Which type of MR is most common? Terms Eugenics Self-injurious behavior Chapter 10- Autism Spectrum Disorders Concepts What kind of social and communication impairments do children with autism show? What disorders are comorbid with autism? What might account for the recent increase in Autism Spectrum Disorders? What is the developmental course of Autistic Disorder? Terms Pervasive developmental disorders Autistic Disorder Asperger’s Disorder Joint attention Theory of mind Protodeclarative gestures Protoimperative gestures Pronoun reversals Echolalia Splinter skills Savant abilities Chapter 11 – Communication and Learning Disorders Concepts What types of errors do children with reading disorder make?
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  • Summer '11
  • Damashek
  • Psychology, Borderline personality disorder, Mental retardation

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