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RU 830 340 - Abnormal Psychology Childhood and Adolescent Disorders

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1. Treatment for autism spectrum disorder includes all of the followingexcepta. Exposure and Response prevention2. Sam is a 9-year-old who has trouble following his parent’s rules andfrequently defies and talks back inappropriately to his teachers inschool. Further, he deliberately tries to annoy adults he interacts with,and he is quick to blame someone else for something wrong he did.Sounds like Sam is suffering froma. Oppositional Defiant Disorder3. According to the DSM-5, for a diagnosis of ADHD, a child must displayat least ____ symptoms, but a person over 17-years-old must display____ symptoms from the diagnostic criteriaa. Six;five4. In adults, pica is most often comorbid witha. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder5. In order to qualify for a diagnosis of enuresis, symptoms must occur____ a week for ____ consecutive monthsa. Twice;three6. All of the following are known to be causes of intellectual disabilitydisorder (IDD) excepa. The child’s IQ(intelligence quotient) level7. Which of the following is not part of the diagnostic criteria for picaa. Eating non nutritive, nonfood substances for at least two weeks8. All of the following are known to be causes of ADHD excepta. Parent’s age when child is conceived9. Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder overlap with theirpresenting symptoms, however, what differentiates the twoa. Kids with conduct disorder exhibit more extreme behaviors andare more violent toward animals and people10. Bradford is a 7-year-old boy who was successfully potty trained andmet all of his normal developmental milestones up to this point in hislife. However, his parents are abusive, neglectful, and will frequentlyignore him, which will cause him anxiety. Further, and althoughunintentional, he can’t control his bowels and will frequently defecatein school on the floor or when he is out in public. Sounds like Bradfordis suffering froma.


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