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Question 1.
____________________ is a developmental disability that significantly affects a student's verbal and nonverbal communication, social interaction, and educational performance.


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Question 2.
Autism is generally evident before age three and is manifest when the child engages in ____________________________, resists environmental change, and displays unusual responses to sensory experiences.


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Question 3.
Autistic disorder, Rett's disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, Asperger's disorder, and pervasive developmental disorder are sometimes referred to as which of the following?


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Question 4.
The term _________________ describes individuals with significant challenges in social and emotional functioning but without significant delays in language development or intellectual functioning.


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Question 5.
Atypical language development, atypical social development, repetitive behavior, problem behavior, the need for environmental predictability, sensory and movement disorders, and differences in intellectual functioning are characteristics of which of the following?


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Question 6.
Students with autism usually have a number of language impairments. Two common language impairments are delayed language and _______________________.


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Question 7.
Students with autism may have which of the following characteristics of communication?


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Question 8.
Impaired use of nonverbal behavior; lack of peer relationships; failure to spontaneously share enjoyment, interests, and achievements with others; and lack of reciprocity are characteristics of which of the following?


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Question 9.
Obsessions, tics, and perseveration are characteristics of which of the following?


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Question 10.
Categories of problem behavior in students with autism include which of the following?


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Question 11.
Between 42 and 88 percent of children and youth with autism and Asperger syndrome have sensory and movement disorders. Two characteristics of this are under- or overresponsiveness to sensory stimuli. The more common one is which of the following?


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Question 12.
Abnormal posture; abnormal movements of the face, head, trunk, and limbs; abnormal eye movements; repeated gestures and mannerisms; and awkward gait are characteristics of which of the following?


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Question 13.
There is broad agreement that autism is caused by abnormalities in brain development, neurochemistry, and ____________________.


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Question 14.
_____________________ identifies specific relationships between a student's behavior and the circumstances that trigger those behaviors, especially those that impede a student's ability to learn.


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Question 15.
Mnemonic strategies help students learn and retain information. Mnemonic strategies include which of the following?


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Question 16.
Goals for promoting friendship should include trustworthiness and loyalty, conflict resolution, general friendship skills, positive interaction style, and _________________.


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Question 17.
Social stories are written by educators, parents, or students and describe _________________________, social cues, and appropriate responses to those cues.


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Question 18.
________________________ is a proactive, problem-solving, and data-based approach to improving appropriate behavior and achieving important academic, social, and communication outcomes.


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Question 19.
Positive behavior support seeks to tailor students' environments to their ___________________, strengths, and needs.


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Question 20.
Universal support, group support, and individual support are three components of which of the following?


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