CCOU 302 Quiz 6

CCOU 302 Quiz 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. What percentage of ADHD occurs with another (one) disorder?
  2. ADHD has less to do with inattention and more to do with executive deficits.
  3. A strong willed child and a defiant child are the same thing.
  4. An excessive fear of contamination is a symptom of:
  5. When children are overcontrolled they often fall into the approval trap, which:
  6. Kids with Generalized Anxiety Disorder tend to worry:
  7. According to Clinton and Sibcy, the best approach for getting kids to help more around the house is to:
  8. Some ways to manage ADHD include all EXCEPT:
  9. According to Dr. Barkley, what is a tool that can be used to manage impairment in working memory?
  10. Children with ADHD are _____ times more likely to develop Oppositional Defiance Disorder within 2 years of the onset of ADHD.
  11. Instead of overindulging, try to:
  12. According to Dr. Crawford, Ross Green states our explanations guide our:
  13. Kids who fear situations such as speaking to an adult, attending school activities, joining a conversation, or reading aloud in class may have:
  14. Children with anxiety disorders usually present as anxious or stressed.
  15. One is NOT one of the 5 things that are delayed with ADHD:
  16. Overprotecting is actually:
  17. When children learn to endure disappointment, anxiety, boredom and sacrifice, they are developing:
  18. The single best predictor of difficulty in relationships in children with ADHD is:
  19. Research shows that parents with oppositional kids actually issue more commands than those who do not have oppositional kids.
  20. When a parent with an oppositional child repeats commands over and over the child often feels:

Set 2

  1. Kids with Generalized Anxiety Disorder tend to worry:
  2. Instead of overindulging, try to:
  3. Overprotecting is actually:
  4. One is NOT one of the 5 things that are delayed with ADHD:
  5. Research shows that parents with oppositional kids actually issue more commands than those who do not have oppositional kids.
  6. According to Dr. Crawford, Ross Green states our explanations guide our:
  7. The single best predictor of difficulty in relationships in children with ADHD is:
  8. Children with anxiety disorders usually present as anxious or stressed.
  9. Kids who fear situations such as speaking to an adult, attending school activities, joining a conversation, or reading aloud in class may have:
  10. According to Dr. Barkley, what is a tool that can be used to manage impairment in working memory?
  11. When children are overcontrolled they often fall into the approval trap, which:
  12. An excessive fear of contamination is a symptom of:
  13. ADHD has less to do with inattention and more to do with executive deficits.
  14. When children learn to endure disappointment, anxiety, boredom and sacrifice, they are developing:
  15. Some ways to manage ADHD include all EXCEPT:
  16. When a parent with an oppositional child repeats commands over and over the child often feels:
  17. What percentage of ADHD occurs with another (one) disorder?
  18. A strong willed child and a defiant child are the same thing.
  19. According to Clinton and Sibcy, the best approach for getting kids to help more around the house is to:
  20. Children with ADHD are _____ times more likely to develop Oppositional Defiance Disorder within 2 years of the onset of ADHD.
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