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Question 1 1. Miles has been diagnosed Asperger syndrome. He is in a classroom with his peers, but experiences various challenges throughout the day. Which of the following is NOT true of an individual with Asperger syndrome?
Question 2 2. Mrs. Adams utilizes a behavior plan in her classroom that includes both rewards and punishments. This is known as operant conditioning. Of the following, which individual was responsible for the theory of operant conditioning?
Question 3 3. Toddlers go through various stages of decision-making that are important for their overall development. According to Erik Erikson, which of the following conflicts affect the locomotor stage of psychosocial development?
Question 4 4. Students in Mrs. Matthews' class will be taking a standardized assessment in May. She is aware of the positive and negative aspects of standardized testing and knows how the data can be utilized. Which of the following is NOT an accurate statement pertaining to standardized assessments?
Question 5 5. When being formally tested, part of Michael's diagnosis will come from information obtained through an IQ test. Of the following assessment categories, within which one does an IQ test fit?
Question 6 6. Mr. Johns is observing a student in a classroom. He watches intently to see how the child behaves and speaks. This can give him data that will be useful in the future. A researcher focusing on one subject in his or her natural environment is engaging in which of the following types of research?
Question 7 7. Maria's sister often gets into trouble. She does not care about her school work or responsibilities, and Maria sees her personal self as being the total opposite of her sister. She wants to be known as a hard-worker, good listener, and kind friend. Which of the following represents self-actualization?
Question 8 8. Jennifer comes from a low socio-economic background and has changed schools many times. She struggles with various subjects but is provided with appropriate learning opportunities regardless. According to _____, all students are entitled to a free and appropriate public education.
Question 9 9. Mr. Balta has recently become a school psychologist, after years of extensive schooling and training. He recognizes the importance of becoming a member of a professional organization that will support his specific needs. Which of the following is dedicated specifically to the field of school psychology?
Question 10 10. Blaire's teachers and parents have noticed that she is highly functioning in the classroom and has extra learning capabilities. They are interested in having her tested for the gifted program, which will be a good opportunity to provide enrichment to her. There are many components to be considered gifted. According to Renzulli's triad, which of the following is NOT a component of being a gifted individual?
Question 11 11. Siblings that grow up in different environments, perhaps due to parental separation and custody, may be raised in different ways and have different environmental experiences from one another. Of the following, which principle concentrates on a strong interaction between various biological and environmental forces?
Question 12 12. In the classroom, Mr. Orr has opted to allow his learners to select their own groups for a STEAM project. He carefully observes as they work. He notices many differences between the various groups. Which of the following research types compares two naturally occurring groups?
Question 13 13. It has taken many months for Dr. Robinson to help his client feel comfortable and able to express himself and share without holding back. According to the Gestalt theory, this is the final layer of counseling, known as _____.
Question 14 14. When working with students, sometimes an outside referral is necessary. For example, when working with Jonathan, Mrs. Blaine, a psychologist, notes the need for some extra resources and assistance for the student's overall personal safety. Which of the following ensures the ability for a school psychologist to make a referral for extra professional help?
Question 15 15. Anna's teachers and parents share concerns about her well-being. She shows symptoms of an eating disorder, and is often unhappy and pre-occupied. When counseling an individual for BDD, a professional should keep in mind that this disorder often ties in with _____ also.
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