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Lecture 7

PSY341H5 Lecture 7: 7. Conduct disorders

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PSY341: Lecture 7: Abnormal psychology Child Disorders: Conduct Problems Questions from last class Brain development and ADHD o Is maturation of the cerebellum also delayed in childrenadolescents with ADHD? ~5 year delay in prefrontal cortex Cerebellum may be associated with ADHD There are sex differences too (more males tend to have this disorder) Questions from midterms The severity of an intellectual disability is determined based on: a. Age of onset b. Adaptive functioning (in DSM 5) looks act conceptual, social and practical domains c. Intellectual ability (this was previously based on intellectual ability in DSM 4) Why was there a change IQ scores dont tell what someone needs and what support they need d. All of the above The Ontario Child Health Study used parent, teacher, and selfratings of symptoms of conduct disorder, attentiondeficithyperactivity disorder (ADHD), emotional disorder, and somatization within the past 6 months. This methodology could be used to determine: a. Heritability b. Incidence rates (number of new cases in a given time) c. Prevalence rates (number of individuals meeting diagnostic criteria for specific disorders within a given time period) dont know if the person had this issue emerge in the last 6 months, just know that they experienced it in that time d. Risk factors Children and adolescents with specific learning disorder (any subtype) tend to have relatively lower ___________ and ___________ scores on the Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children (WISC), compared to their other WISC scores. a. Verbal comprehension; processing speed b. Perceptual reasoning; Working memory c. Working memory; processing speed d. Working memory; Verbal comprehension in WISC visual spatial, fluid reasoning and verbal comprehension =higher order reasoning skills. The WM and processing speed are underlying factors Page 1 of 11
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