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Special Ed Final

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1.  The trend today in placement of children with ED/BD is away from special facilities and toward
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2.  Impairments that a child is born with are referred to as
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3.  All of the following are used to identify ADHD EXCEPT
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4.  All of the following procedures should be followed if a student has a seizure in school EXCEPT
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5.  What services are mandated by federal law for students who are gifted?
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6.  According to the U.S Department of Education, what percentage of students are identified as deaf or hard of hearing?
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7.  The majority of people who are blind
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8.  The legal definition of blindness involves assessment of
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9.  Two broad dimensions of behavior disorders are
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10.  Even though he has visual acuity of 20/20, Jeff is considered legally blind.  This is possible if he has severely restricted
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11.  Which one of the following features is common to most definitions of ED/BD?
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12.  A condition that is much like autism but usually without significant delays in cognition and language is
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13.  Which statement about the definition of autism is true?
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14.  Each of the following is a subdivision of ADHD according to the American Psychiatric Association's diagnostic manual EXCEPT
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15.  Which circumstances and life events lower the risk of ED/BD and help children achieve success at school?
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16.  Asperger identified children who had
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17.  According to the most common elements of state definitions, giftedness is evidenced by all of the following EXCEPT
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18.  Students with ADHD receive special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education ACT (IDEA) in which category?
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19.  As a disability in children, blindness is
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20.  A condition that is incurable is
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21.  The primary distinguishing characteristic of children with a physical disability are
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22.  The intelligence of children with cerebral palsy is
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23.  Most scientists argue that the dramatic increase in prevalence statistics for autism is due to each of the following EXCEPT
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24.  A 30dB hearing loss is generally considered
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25.  Having a spectacular aptitude or capacity in any area or extremely rare intellectual powers refers to
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26.  Simon has a hearing loss that occurred when he was seven years old.  His loss is best described as
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27.  In general, people who are blind
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Each of the following is a diagnostic criterion for ADHD EXCEPT
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29.  Federal reports and legislation have assumed that the prevalance of giftedness in the school population is about
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30.  Special ability, aptitude, or accomplishment ordinarily refers to
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31.  Elise has a hearing loss that occurred during childhood.  Her loss is best described as
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32.  Kanner's research with a group of children he called "autistic" indicated that these children could be set apart from children with schizophrenia in each of the following ways EXCEPT
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33.  The most frequently prescribed types of medication for students with ADHD are
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34.  From an educational point of view, how is "deafness" best defined?
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35.  According to the federal government, what percentage of the school-age population is identified for special education services under the category of "emotional disturbance"?
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