Psy ch. 7

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Emotional and Behavioral Disorder
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termed Preferred by professionals to describe emotional disabilities
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emotional disturbances
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term used in IDEA to describe the disability that students with emotional and behavioral disorders have
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social maladjustment
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a pattern of willful refusal to conform to acceptable standards of conduct that includes conduct disorders and oppositional defiant disorders. Students who are socially maladjusted put their own needs above all others and do not show genuine signs of guilt or remorse.
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Conduct disorder
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the most common type of social maladjustment described in the diagnostic institutional manual of mental disorders, that includes aggression, destruction of property, lying or stealing, or serious rule violation like running away
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mental disorders
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terminology to describe emotional and behavioral disorders as presented in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. These disorders may or may not be included in the idea definition of emotional disturbance.
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Oppositional defiant disorder
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a destructive behavior disorder, as described in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, that is identified when students are defiant with adults and vindictive or blaming with peers to an excessive degree over a long period of time.
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Mood disorder
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and emotional disorder that includes problems with affect. Depression is an example of this disorder.
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psychosocial factors
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influences on students psychological and social development that include the people around, the events they experience, and their living conditions.
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Correlated constraints
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when children’s lives are permeated with severe risk factors, those factors constrain the development of positive adjustment
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resilience
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ability to recover and not experience long-term harm from episodes of stress or single negative experiences
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internalizing behaviors
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behaviors displayed by students with emotional and behavior disorders in which actions are directed inward like extreme shyness, or hypochondria
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externalizing behaviors
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behaviors displayed by students with emotional and behavioral disorders in which actions are directed at other like hitting or shouting
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depression
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mental illness with symptoms that include chronic and significant feelings of sadness and hopelessness, and may include thoughts of death.
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Strength-based assessment
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measurement of student social and emotional strengths, the characteristics that give them confidence in traits that help them cope with adversity
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day treatment programs
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special schools for students with emotional or behavioral disabilities where instruction is individualized or occurs in small classes. The educational program includes individual and group therapy, family counseling, vocational training, crisis intervention, positive skill building, and other services such as recreational, art and music therapy
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residential program
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service delivery option for students with extremely serious or complicated disabilities when education in a less restrictive setting is determined by the IEP team not to be possible. Students live at school, attending classes and participating in therapeutic and recreational activities
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wrap around services
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and individually designed set of services involving multiple school and community agencies intended to provide the supports necessary for students with emotional or behavioral disorders and their families in order to keep the students in their homes.
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System of care
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approach to interagency collaboration for the benefit of students with emotional and behavioral disorders based on a coordinated network of service providers and guided by core values and principles.

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