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Intellectual Disabilities
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AAIDD 

What is American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities?

100

The interpretation of situations, actions, or data based on the standards of one's own culture.

What is Cultural Bias?

100

The individual meets the standards of maturation, and social responsibility that are expected for the age level. 

What is Adaptive Behavior?

100

Individuals with mild intellectual disability approximate IQ measure.

What is 55-70?

100

Era were newborns being examined and being thrown off a cliff to die just because they were thought to be defective or inferior.


What is Early Civilizations?


200

Consequences of disease processes or biological defects.

What is Etiological perspectives?

200

The ability to adjust one's thinking from old situations to new situations.

What is flexibility in IQ scores?

200

Assessment Tools

What is AAMR adaptive behavior scale-school, AAMR adaptive behavior scale- residential and community, and AAIDD diagnostic adaptive behavior?

200

Individuals with an approximate measured IQ of 25-40. 

What is 25-40?

200

Era where individuals with an intellectual disability sent to prison because they were perceived to be dangerous and intolerable 


What is The Middle Ages?

300

 Classification based on IQ score.

What is Intellectual Deficits?

300

When more importance or attention is given to something than is necessary.

What is overemphasis on IQ scores?

300

Measures skills and abilities necessary to perform daily living tasks and to participate in social activities. 

What is AAMR adaptive Behavior Scale-Residential and Community?

300

Social and Behavioral Characteristics of individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.

What is poor interpersonal skills?

300

Era the first school in Paris for the education of children with intellectual disabilities established.


What is Early Optimism (early 19th century)?


400

Use of outdated terms to distinguish a children's level of ability to learn academic or employment skills.

What is Educational Perspectives?

400

Wechsler Intelligence Scale for children 

Stanford- Binet Intelligence Scale

What is assessment tools?

400

Measures some aspects of adaptive behavior that are not currently measured by other standardized instruments. 

What is AAIDD Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale?

400

Knowledge acquired in one context with difficulty transferring the knowledge to a new or different setting. 

What is Generalization?

400

Era where institutions become permanent residences for people with intellectual disabilities.

What is Protection and Pessimism (late 19th/ early 20th centuries)?

500

An emphasis on the level of support that an individual needs rather than an IQ score. 

What is levels of support?

500

Down syndrome, Genetic Condition, and Birth Defects. 

What are examples of potential problems?

500

A cognitive evaluation system designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities, autism, or behavior problems.

What is AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scale-School

500

Braille playing cards, pencil grips, calculators, Ipad, and Speech-to-text.

What is examples of assistive technology devices?

500

Years that marked the beginning of an era of national concern for the rights of individuals, aided by the actions of President Kennedy.

What is 1960s and 1970s?

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