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Autism, 1.09 (G) Quiz: Week 1

Week 1 TOTAL POINTS 10

Question 1 Which of the following contributes to a definition of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? (Check all that apply.) Please review the video titled: What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism spectrum disorder is a group of neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Autism is a single neurodevelopmental disability impacting one core domain.

Autism spectrum disorder affects development in two core domains.

Question 2 Which of the following are included in two core areas that are always impacted in Autism Spectrum Disorder? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests

Social Communication

Physical flexibility

Question 3 Which of the following are examples of restrictive and repetitive patterns of behavior associated with ASD? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Insistence on sameness with inflexible adherence to routines or ritualized patterns of behavior

Poorly integrated verbal and non-verbal communication

Repetitive motor movements

Highly restricted fixated interests abnormal in either intensity or focus

A hypo or hyper reactivity to sensory input or unusual interest in sensory aspects of the environment

Repetitive use of objects or speech

Question 4 Why is Autism considered and described as a Spectrum Disorder? (Select only one.) Please review video titled What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

We consider Autism a spectrum disorder because it commonly co-occurs with other developmental and mental health conditions.

Autism is considered a spectrum disorder because of the variability of symptom expression across a spectrum.

Question 5 Which of the following are typically how Autism Spectrum Disorder is diagnosed? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, Why is Autism a Spectrum Disorder?

A trained, licensed medical professional or mental health professional makes the diagnosis.

Caretakers and immediate family members can made a diagnosis.

Professionals conduct a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation.

The DSM-5 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual is the reference used to diagnose ASD.

Question 6 Which of the following should be included in a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of ASD? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, Why is Autism a Spectrum Disorder?

Interviews with caregivers and providers

A medical and behavioral history

Behavioral observations

Question 7 Which of the following can qualify a child for special education services? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, How to Qualify for Special Education Services

After an assessment for special education services

Meeting the criteria in the Code of Federal Regulations for Autism

Transitioning at the age of twelve into middle school

Question 8 Which of the following qualify a child for special education services? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, How to Qualify for Special Education Services

Developmental difficulties adversely affecting educational performance

Difficulties in behavioral and/or social domains adversely affect educational performance

Academic difficulties that adversely affect educational performance

An emotional disturbance adversely affecting the child's educational performance.

Question 9 Diagnosis for ASD has increased from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 68 since 1980. Which of the following is seen because of this increase? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, What are the Impacts of Increasing Rates of Autism?

Greater challenges for preschool and childcare providers

Greater challenges for educators

Greater challenges for behavioral health providers in the community

Decrease in other disabilities as the increase in autism has occurred

Question 10 Which of the following are categories of the groundbreaking research on ASD taking place at the UC Davis Mind Institute? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are the Impacts of Increasing Rates of Autism?

Understanding the neurobiological nature of this disability

Lobbying governmental agencies for more services to address ASD

Genetics and environmental factors that may put infants at risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder

Causes and potential treatments for autism spectrum disorders

1 point



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Week 1 TOTAL POINTS 10

Question 1 Which of the following contributes to a definition of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? (Check all that apply.) Please review the video titled: What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism spectrum disorder is a group of neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Autism is a single neurodevelopmental disability impacting one core domain.

Autism spectrum disorder affects development in two core domains.

Question 2 Which of the following are included in two core areas that are always impacted in Autism Spectrum Disorder? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests

Social Communication

Physical flexibility

Question 3 Which of the following are examples of restrictive and repetitive patterns of behavior associated with ASD? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Insistence on sameness with inflexible adherence to routines or ritualized patterns of behavior

Poorly integrated verbal and non-verbal communication

Repetitive motor movements

Highly restricted fixated interests abnormal in either intensity or focus

A hypo or hyper reactivity to sensory input or unusual interest in sensory aspects of the environment

Repetitive use of objects or speech

Question 4 Why is Autism considered and described as a Spectrum Disorder? (Select only one.) Please review video titled What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

We consider Autism a spectrum disorder because it commonly co-occurs with other developmental and mental health conditions.

Autism is considered a spectrum disorder because of the variability of symptom expression across a spectrum.

Question 5 Which of the following are typically how Autism Spectrum Disorder is diagnosed? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, Why is Autism a Spectrum Disorder?

A trained, licensed medical professional or mental health professional makes the diagnosis.

Caretakers and immediate family members can made a diagnosis.

Professionals conduct a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation.

The DSM-5 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual is the reference used to diagnose ASD.

Question 6 Which of the following should be included in a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of ASD? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, Why is Autism a Spectrum Disorder?

Interviews with caregivers and providers

A medical and behavioral history

Behavioral observations

Question 7 Which of the following can qualify a child for special education services? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, How to Qualify for Special Education Services

After an assessment for special education services

Meeting the criteria in the Code of Federal Regulations for Autism

Transitioning at the age of twelve into middle school

Question 8 Which of the following qualify a child for special education services? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, How to Qualify for Special Education Services

Developmental difficulties adversely affecting educational performance

Difficulties in behavioral and/or social domains adversely affect educational performance

Academic difficulties that adversely affect educational performance

An emotional disturbance adversely affecting the child's educational performance.

Question 9 Diagnosis for ASD has increased from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 68 since 1980. Which of the following is seen because of this increase? (Check all that apply.) Please review video titled, What are the Impacts of Increasing Rates of Autism?

Greater challenges for preschool and childcare providers

Greater challenges for educators

Greater challenges for behavioral health providers in the community

Decrease in other disabilities as the increase in autism has occurred

Question 10 Which of the following are categories of the groundbreaking research on ASD taking place at the UC Davis Mind Institute? (Check all that apply. ) Please review video titled, What are the Impacts of Increasing Rates of Autism?

Understanding the neurobiological nature of this disability

Lobbying governmental agencies for more services to address ASD

Genetics and environmental factors that may put infants at risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder

Causes and potential treatments for autism spectrum disorders

1 point


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