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Flashcards in Block 1 January Deck (38):
1

Preterm gestation:

before 37 weeks

2

Post-term gestation:

after 42 weeks

3

Apar test performed when:

1 min

and

5 min

after birth

4

Apgar catagories:

Activity

Pulse

Grimace

Appearance (color)

Respiration

5

Apgar scale:

0-2 for each catagory

6

Scale to evaluate mothers for post-natal depression:

Edinburgh

7

Baby's first word at:

11-12 months

8

Baby has:

11 vowel sounds

16 consonant sounds

~2.5 years

9

Child has 1000 words in vocab:

~4 years

10

Child has 2500 words:

~6 years

11

Baby has stranger anxiety:

7-8 months

12

"normal" range for Denver development scale:

25-75%

13

developmental and social-emotional screening instrument for children from one month to 5 ½ years:

ASQ-3

14

Psychological interview for adolescents:

HEADDSSS

Home

Education/Employment

Activities

Diet

Drugs

Sexuality

Suicide/Depression

Safety

15

Study type:

Snapshot of sample
One point in time
Cost effective
Cant capture change
More common than longitudinal

Cross sectional

16

Study type:

Two or more time periods
More complex
More expensive
More powerful – captures change – aims for nomothetic causality
Descriptive & Explanatory

Longitudinal

17

Type of longitudinal study:

Measure changes in a population over time.

Ex: A survey of college freshman each year.

Trend

18

Type of longitudinal study:

Measure changes and follow a particular population over time.

Ex: Survey 25 Med1 students in 2012, then any 25 again in 2013 as Med 2 students, and so on. Same cohort, but potentially different people sampled.

Cohort

19

Type of longitudinal study:

Measure changes in the SAME people over time.

Ex: Enroll 200 diabetic patients in a study in 2013. Re-interview the same patients in 2014 and again in 2015.

Panel


***sometimes referred to as COHORT for boards

20

Researcher attention affecting behavior in an experiment is known as:

Hawthorne Effect

21

percent of sample value that fall within one standard deviation of the mean value:

68%

22

percent of sample values that fall within 2 standard deviations of the mean value:

95%

23

percent of sample values that fall within 3 standard deviations of the mean:

99%

24

Review confidence intervals from january

see ppt from january

25

Equation for finding CI:

CI = mean +/- zscore*SE

**z-score usually = 1.96

26

Equation for SE (standard error):

SE = s.d./ (the square root of N)

27

Ham-D ???

Depression screening tool

28

Ham-A ???

Anxiety screening test

29

GAD-7 ???

Anxiety screening test

30

SNAP-IV rating scale ???

ADHD

31

Vanderbuilt scale ????

ADHD

32

Weschler test???

IQ test

33

McCarthy scales ???

pre-school IQ test

34

Average IQ?

100

35

Borderline intellectually impaired IQ?

70

36

Rey-Ostereich figure??

memory screening

37

Rorschach test?

ink blot personality test

38

Most widely used personality test?

MMPI

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory