1. What are the four quadrants of antisocial behavior? Describe the four categories and the behaviors in each of these quadrants. 2. Discuss the major intervention/treatment strategies for the treatment of conduct disorder. Include and describe parent training, cognitive problem-solving skills training, multi-systemic therapy, and prevention. 3. Summarize current explanations of autism including genetic and biological causes. 4. Discuss the social and interpersonal challenges confronting individuals with Asperger’s disorder. Chapter Review Questions Exam 3 1. Why do mood disorders in children frequently go undetected? 2. Distinguish between major depressive disorder and dysthymic disorder/ persistent depressive disorder. 3. Explain some of the concerns of treating young people with depression with medications. 4. Children with ADHD are at increased risk for conduct or oppositional problems. Discuss the issue of comorbidity of these disorders. 5. Children from racial/ethnic minority group are more likely to be rated by teachers as having ADHD. Discuss the possible reasons and your reactions to this finding. Chapter 10- FACE-TO-FACE TIME VS FACETIME In Chapter 10 of Born for Love, the authors explore the impact of television viewing and some other kinds of “screen” media engagement, beginning with the story of Brandon and concluding with a wide-ranging review of literature on TV and other media use. The research is pretty clear about the consequences of TV viewing and video game use in terms of empathy, desensitization to violence, etc. As a society, we still cling to the justifications that have largely been proven false: watching violence lets you “get it all out,” educational television is universally “good” for kids, etc. In terms of everything we know about the value of relationships and how those relationships and healthy communities are formed and nurtured, a) what role do you think television and video gaming play in the evolution of our family and community development? Chapter 11- DIET, STRESS, AND HEALTH In Chapter 11 of Born for Love, the authors describe how empathy, relationships, and health are interconnected. The authors state that social influences on our stress systems can be either healing (panaceas) or harmful (poisons). b) Can you explain what they mean using the troubling stories about cult relationships used in the book?
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