Abnormal Child Psychology 6th Edition Mash Wolfe Test Bank
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|1. Evolutionary degeneracy theory attributed the intellectual and social problems of children with intellectual disability to ____.|
|2. During the eugenics movement, persons with intellectual disability were considered ____.|
|3. Subaverage intellectual functioning is defined as an IQ approximately ____.|
|4. To be diagnosed with intellectual disability, a person must exhibit ____.|
|5. IQ scores among individuals without intellectual disability are ____.|
|6. In comparison to the IQ scores of normally developing children, those of infants and children with developmental delays or intellectual disability are ____.|
|7. The ____ refers to the phenomenon that IQ scores have risen sharply since the beginning of IQ testing.|
|8. The rising of IQ scores is due to ____.|
|9. The most likely explanation for the discrepancy in IQ scores between blacks and whites in North America is ____.|
|10. To be labeled with intellectual disability, below average intellectual and adaptive abilities must be ____.|
|11. DSM-5 criteria for intellectual disability consist of subaverage intellectual functioning of ____ or below and impairment in ________.|
|12. In the DSM-5, the level of disability, reflecting a child’s degree of difficulty, is based upon the ____.|
|13. The majority of individuals with intellectual disabilities have ____ impairment.|
|14. The ____ category of intellectual disability is overrepresented in minority groups.|
|15. Individuals with mild intellectual disability can usually acquire academic skills up to approximately the _______ grade level.|
|16. Many persons with Down syndrome function at the ____ level of disability.|
|17. The more severe forms of intellectual disability are more likely due to ____ causes than is mild intellectual disability.|
|18. Persons with profound intellectual disability ____.|
|19. The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) categorizes persons with intellectual disability according to ____.|
|20. The prevalence estimate for intellectual disability in children and adults is about ____ of the entire population.|
|21. If a true male excess of intellectual disability exists, and the higher prevalence rate is not due to identification and referral patterns, it is likely due to ____.|
|22. Intellectual disability is more prevalent among ____.|
|23. The suggestion that children with intellectual disability demonstrate the same behaviors and underlying processes as typically developing children who are at the same level of cognitive functioning is referred to as the ____.|
|24. The ____ argues that cognitive development of children with intellectual disability differs from that of children without intellectual disability in more ways than merely differences in developmental rate and upper limit.|
|25. In general, children with Down syndrome display ____.|
|26. The observation that children with Down syndrome may alternate between periods of gain and functioning and periods of little or no advance is the ____.|
|27. Children with Down syndrome display considerable delay in ____.|
|28. ____ is critical to regulating social interaction and providing a foundation for early self/other understanding.|
|29. In the “strange situation” attachment assessment technique, children with Down syndrome ____.|
|30. When toddlers with Down syndrome begin to recognize themselves in a mirror, they often ____.|
|31. Children with mild to moderate intellectual disability learn symbolic play ____.|
|32. When mainstreamed into a regular classroom, children with intellectual disability ____.|
|33. Which psychiatric diagnosis is least common among children with intellectual disability?|
|34. Generally, the emotional and behavioral problems of children with intellectual disability ____.|
|35. Children with intellectual disability have a greater chance of having ____.|
|36. Which statement regarding the causes of intellectual disability is false?|
|37. As viewed from the two-group approach, the ____ group is usually associated with mild forms of disability.|
|38. ______ factors are implicated in mild forms of intellectual disability.|
|39. The proportion of variance in a trait attributable to genetic influences is called ____.|
|40. The gene-environment interaction is referred to as ____.|
|41. The evidence points to a heritability of intelligence of approximately ____.|
|42. One cause of severe intellectual disability responsible for phenylketonuria (PKU) is ____.|
|43. ____ is the most common form of intellectual disability resulting from chromosomal abnormalities.|
|44. ____ is associated with intellectual disability and is a disorder in which males have an extra X chromosome.|
|45. Down syndrome occurs more often with older mothers than younger mothers because_______.|
|46. ____ is the most common cause of inherited intellectual disability.|
|47. Lindsay and her sister were born into a socially disadvantaged family. Lindsay was adopted into a more privileged home. Lindsay’s IQ score is likely to be:|
|48. Which cause of intellectual disability is associated with an involuntary urge to eat?|
|49. Both Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes are ____.|
|50. Phenylketonuria is a(n) ____ that can cause intellectual disability if untreated.|
|51. Which of the following is not associated with fetal alcohol syndrome?|
|52. In addition to intellectual difficulties, children with fetal alcohol syndrome often have difficulties that resemble ____.|
|53. On average, the IQ of children with fetal alcohol syndrome is in the ____ range of intellectual disability.|
|54. What is most likely to be of concern to the father of a child with intellectual disability?|
|55. _______ teaches children to use verbal cues to process information, to keep themselves on task, and to remind themselves how to approach a new task.|
|56. Self-instructional training programs are most beneficial for ____.|
children with no language skills
|57. Education of children with intellectual disability has been plagued by the fact that ____.|
|58. Which statement regarding the adjustment of families of children with intellectual disability is false?|
|59. Research investigating the effectiveness of residential care for children with intellectual disability indicates that ____.|
|60. Children with Down syndrome have strong ____.|
|61. Provide examples of adaptive behaviors as outlined in the text.|
|62. Discuss three reasons why IQ scores have been rising.|
|63. Describe the categories of intellectual disability based on the level of needed supports.|
|64. Discuss the different reasons why more males than females are diagnosed with intellectual disability.|
|65. Discuss the connection between SES and intellectual disability.|
|66. Discuss the developmental-versus-difference controversy regarding the development of children with intellectual disability.|
|67. Explain how learned helplessness may arise in a child with intellectual disability.|
|68. Discuss why some children with Down syndrome have problems developing secure attachments.|
|69. What considerations would you have to take into account when diagnosing ADHD in a child with intellectual disability?|
|70. Distinguish between organic and cultural-familial intellectual disability. In your answer be sure to contrast the characteristics (e.g., degree of severity, minority and socioeconomic group representation) associated with each.|
|71. Discuss two conditions that can arise from chromosomal abnormalities.|
|72. Explain how intellectual disability may result from PKU.|
|73. Describe how you would use shaping to teach a non-verbal child to say “hungry.”|
|74. What are the critical periods in the family life cycle in which parent training is the most beneficial? Why is parent training most beneficial during these periods?|
|75. Describe self-instructional training used with children with intellectual disability.|