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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter 6: Atypical Chapter 6 Notes

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Infants express anxiety by crying or clinging onto their parents -- bowlby"s theory of attachment. Normal or adaptive level of anxiety or worry continu
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Major Depressive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Mood disorders are the most commonly diagnosed disorders, which include: Key symptom: persistent temper tantrums which seems out of proportion for the
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Default Mode Network, Oppositional Defiant Disorder

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) - a neurodevelopmental disorder that"s considered present at birth; there are 3 core symptoms: Selectiv
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Taste, Schizophrenia, Dopamine Receptor D2

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Chapter 8 : schizophrenia - childhood onset/adolescent onset. Schizophrenia develops as a result of the disintegration of neural connections between re
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Endocrine System, Axon Terminal, Cognitive Map

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Cerebral cortex - covering of the brain that"s of an inch thick and is the part of the brain that thinks and gives us human qualities. Frontal lobe - e
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter 3: Atypical Chapter 3 Notes

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Genes are organized into strands called chromosomes. Mitosis - the splitting of the chromosomes during cell division. Monozygotic twins (mz) share 100%
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Sodium Bicarbonate, Eating Disorder, Halitosis

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Feeding disorder - inappropriate diet, resistance, avoidance of food, or recurrent regurgitation. Can cause anxiety and distress amongst parents and th
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Intellectual Disability, Eugenics, Dsm-5

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Evolutionary degeneracy theory - children born with id represented a regressive form of humanity. Sir francis galton headed the eugenics movements. Eug
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Behaviorism, Abraham Maslow, The Takeaway

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The child(cid:821)s behavior affects the environment which in turn causes the. Chapter 2: theories & etiology environment to affect the child(cid:821)s
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RUTGERS01:830:346S.MckennaFall

01:830:346 Chapter 1: Atypical Chapter 1 Notes

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Chapter 1: overview of child and adolescent atypical behavior. Biopsychosocial model - relies on biological, psychological, and social components of a
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