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conduct disorder
hitting, fighting, throwing, temper tantrums, teasing, defiance or disobedience, destroying property, bullying, being physically cruel to others or animals, stealing with the victim present, lying conning, deceiving, and serious rule violations. intelligence normal range, but low achievement. Most common serrvice provided is speech and language intervention
covert behavior:
a developmental pathway stealing, lying, burgulary, use of drugs and alcohol
Overt behavior
a developmental pathway
agression, coercion, bullying, manipulation of others, escalated interactions with teachers, parents, and peers
A developmental pathway
Noncompliance oppositional or defiant behavior, resistance to adult influence
socialized agression
refers to students who routinely engage in antisocial behavior
example: hanging out with the wrong kids, behaviors not typical of their age group, harassing others, stealing and damaging propertyy, truancy, cutting class...these behaviors are often group behaviors and they belong to gangs
four gang types:
delinquent:youth loosely structured recognize by the way they dress or look
Turf based: loose structured but committed to defentding a reputation of a neighborhood
Crime oriented: usually drug involved engage in robbery, burglary, or sale of drugs.
Violent: hate gangs commit assaults or hate crimes against specific groups of people
lack of perseverance, failure to finish tasks, short attention span, poor concentration, frequent daydreamingshow little interest in schoolwork seem overly dependent on parents or caretakers fantasy
involves prolonged and persistent feeling of dejection that interfere with life funcitoning
extreme worry fearfulness, and concern
describes students who are anxious or depressed withdraw from others and appear seclusive preferring solitary acivities.
target the central nervous system and are believed to help the brain release certain chemicals that make it possible to focus on particular stimuli
treat depression, anxiety disorders, bed wetting, compulsive and obsessive behavior, stomachaches, anxiety attacks, and muscle tics, these drugs have a sedative effect
tranquilizers used in treatment of severe cases of behavioral disorders reduce delusions and hallucinations
used to treat severe mood disorders such as bipolar
life space crisis intervention
teacher uses questioning and discussion techniques to help studnet recognize and change self-defeating behavior patterns
Social learning
involves observing and modeling or imitating the behavior of others