chapter 8 quiz

Question 1 (1 point)


Students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds are less likely to be misidentified as having EBD than their white peers.

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Question 2 (1 point)


Emotional behavior disorder is partly defined as the inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers.

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Question 3 (1 point)


Why is it difficult to obtain accurate prevalence figures for EBD?


Question 3 options:

There is too great a stigma attached to the diagnosis.
The definition is subjective and interpretation often left to local professionals
Many districts underreport numbers to avoid financial penalty.
Parents are often reluctant to allow their child to be evaluated.


Question 4 (1 point)


Two dimensions to be considered in distinguishing between normal behaviors and problem behaviors are

Question 4 options:

visibility and latency.
visibility and depth.
intensity and duration.
origination and duration.


Question 5 (1 point)


A child caught between two cultures may display a behavior problem that initiated as a cultural clash, but eventually may develop into a


Question 5 options:

personal adjustment problem.
reading problem.
math problem.
language problem.


Question 6 (1 point)


The child’s behavior is not the only variable that determines the classification of behavior as a problem. Another significant variable is the


Question 6 options:

time the behavior occurs.
place in which the behavior occurs.
reaction of the child to his or her own behavior.
person who perceives the behavior as inappropriate.

Question 7 (1 point)


Unlike children with other disabilities, children with behavior disorders

Question 7 options:

usually make good grades in school.
do not receive special education services.
are often blamed for their condition.
experience very few conflicts with their parents.

Question 8 (1 point)


In regards to bullying, boys experience more                                 , while girls experience more                       


Question 8 options:

psychological intimidation, physically threaten
money extortion, psychological intimidation
physical bullying, psychological intimidation
physical bullying, parental bullying


Question 9 (1 point)



Children with EBD who externalize their difficulties are said to have behavior disorders; those who internalize their difficulties are said to have emotional disorders.                                   .



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