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Formative Assessment 7

Anxiety Disorder Symptoms are: excessive fear, worry, or uneasiness.
Separation Anxiety Disorder Intense fear being away from, home, family, or other things/people the child is attached to.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder A lot of worry about nothing in particular or no cause.
Phobia Unrealistic fear of things/situations.
Obsessive-compulsive Disorder Obsession that involves repetitive, persistent, and intrusive impulses, images, or thoughts. (fear of being sick or dying, example Monk) Or repetitive behavior (excessive hand washing)
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PDST) Flashbacks and other symptoms caused by a traumatic event/time. For example, war vets think they may be under fire when they hear a car backfire.
Mood Disorder Extreme moods. May be extremely depressed to extremely excited/hyper.
Bipolar Disorder A mood disorder that consists of extreme mood swings, where they will quickly go from depressed to mania, in an instant.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder Patterns of negative, hostile, disobedient, and defiant behaviors.
Conduct Disorder Patterns of anti-social behavior that interfere with others. Four categories: 1.Aggressive conduct-may physically harm others 2.Property destruction 3.Theft/deceitfulness 4.Serious rule violations, ex. running away
Schizophrenia Highly unusual delusions, hallucinations of one voice in your head talking to you, about characteristics, behavior, feelings, or multiple voices. Catatonic behavior Loss of realtity
Catatonic Behavior Lack of movement, activity, or expression.
Externalizing Behavior Constantly acting out, aggressiveness, and/or non-compliant behavior.
Bullying A form of externalizing behavior, where someone may verbally abuse or physically abuse someone.
Internalizing Behavior Consists of withdrawal, anxiety, depression, obsessions and/or compulsive behavior.
Temperament Behaviors that are biologically based. It involves environmental factors.
Environmental Considerations School Factors Family Factors
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