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best indicator of future intellectual achievement
language
developmental milestones (4)
1. gross motor
2. fine motor
3. language
4. social
pediatric IQ tests
1. Weschler
2. Stanford-Binet
child w/suspected language delay should receive...
full audiologic assessment
most common cause of hearing loss in young child...
chronic OM w/effusions
until age X, a child's chronological age should be adjusted acc to gestational age
2 years old
true disfluency components
a.disfluency
b.tension
c.struggle
d.total word blockage
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) components (3)
1.inattention
2.hyperactivity
3.impulsivity
ADHD children @ risk for...(3)
1.poor school performance
2.poor peer interaction
3.low self-esteem
attention deficit disorder (ADD) components
1.inattention
2.impulsivity
ADHD dx requires X amt of time of persistent symptoms
6 months (at least)
ADHD manifests by age X
age 7
ADHD dx test
Connor's Parent and Teacher Rating Scales
ADHD management goal
1.reduce Sx for entire day
ADHD meds (3)
1.methylphenidate
2.dextroamphetamine
3.mixed amphetamine salts
ADHD meds' MOA
increase availability of DA, NE in the CNS
atomexetine (Strattera)
specific NE reuptake inhibitor
pervasive developmental disorder - definition
-chronic
-nonprogressive
-developmental disabilities (social interaction, communication, behavior)
pervasive developmental disorder - examples (2)
1.autism
2.Asperger's
-no pretend play
-limited eye contact
-no reciprocal communication

dx?
autism
-no understanding of metaphors or sarcasm
-wants to form friendships, but can't
Asperger's
disfluency resolves by age X
age 4
best prognostic indicator of future success of autistic children
extent of language development in preschool years