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What DSM had autistic disorder in a branch of pervasive developmental disorders?

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What other syndrome was under pervasive developmental disorders in DSM-IV?
autistic disorder
Rett syndrome
pervasive developmental disorder - not otherwise specified, and Rett syndrome

Asperger syndrome

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What is a missing core characteristic of ASD?
impairment in social interaction
impairments in communication (e.g., speech and language delays)

restricted repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behaviour

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What is a missing disorder in DSM-5 that we talked about?
ASD
communication disorders
specific learning disorder

intellectual disability (intellectual developmental disorder)

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What replaces the term "mental retardation" in the DSM-5, and what disorder is it associated with?

intellectual disability, and is intellectual development disorder

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What relies mroe on adaptive functioning rather than on specific IQ scores (disorder)?

intellectual development disorder

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What disorder is an example of communication disorders?
language disorder
speech sound disorder
childhood-onset fluency disorder

social (pragmatic) communication disorder

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What is defined as changing from expressive and mixed receptive-expressive language disorder?

communication disorders

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What type of language is difficulty with word retrieval?

expressive language

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What type of language is formulation difficulties?

expressive language

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What type of language is "scripted" language e.g., song lyrics?

expressive language

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What type of language is intereference of "special interests" in ASD?

expressive language

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What type of language is difficulty with pronouns in ASD?

expressive language

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What type of language is difficulty with narrative organization?

expressive language

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What type of language is diffculty with turn-taking/pragmatics of language?

expressive language

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What type of language is struggling with non-verbal communication e.g., eye contact, personal space, etc.?

expressive language

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Autism spectrum disorder eliminates _ developmental disorder and its subcategories (autistic disorder, Rett's disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, Asperger's disease, and others not specified)

pervasive

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Children meeting the criteria that was originally under pervasive developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity without relating to spoken language is

autism spectrum disorder

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What combines diagnoses of reading disorder, disorder of written expression, mathematics disorders, and those not specified?

specific learning disorder

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What recognizes the need to use a variety of culturally and linguistically appropriate assessment tools and strategies and does not require use of a standardized measure?

specific learning disorder

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What disorder does not include oral language?

specific learning disorder

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What disorder has no reference to modalities of language?

specific learning disorder

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What is another name for autistic spectrum disorder?

social communication disorder

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What disorder presents ritualistic/repetitive behaviours and interests as a deciding factor in its diagnosis?

autism spectrum disorder

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What requires a genetic test that originally belonged to the disorders under rpervasive developmental disorder?

Rett's syndrome

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What disorder falls under autism spectrum disorder as age of possible regression will be raised?

childhood disintegrative disorder

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What disorder presents qualitative impairment in social interaction, normal iq, normal to advanced language form and content, as well as specialized, compelling "interests"?

Asperger's Syndrome

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What do these describe?
marked impairment in multiple nonverbal behaviours
failure to develop peer relationships appropriate to developmental level
lack of spontaneous desire to establish relationships with other people
lack of social or emotional reciprocity?

qualitative impairment in social interaction as a part of Asperger's syndrome

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What is a missing diagnostic criterium for ASD, according to the DSM5?
persistent deficits in social communication/interaction across a variety of contexts
restricted, repetitive behaviours and sensory concerns
symptoms occur during early development
symptoms are clinically significant on a functional level

deficits are not better explained by intellectual disability

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What is a missing diagnostic criterium for ASD, according to the DSM5?
restricted, repetitive behaviours and sensory concerns
symptoms occur during early development
symptoms are clinically significant on a functional level
deficits are not better explained by intellectual disability

persistent deficits in social communication/interaction across a variety of contexts