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Conduct Disorders: Assessment & Diagnosis
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Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.
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Questions:
1. If the Conduct Disordered youth is involved in fire starting, what two factors might you consider in your diagnosis and looking at the bigger picture?
2. What differentiates the "Severe" Specifier from the "Mild to Moderate" Specifiers for Conduct Disorder?
3. What are two reasons, according to the speaker, a youth exhibiting Child or Adolescent Antisocial Behavior does not qualify for Conduct Disorder diagnosis?
4. What are three warning signs that put a child at risk for very young offending?
5. What is a predictor for substance abuse in adolescents?
6. What are two differences between juvenile and adult sexual abusers?
7. According to the speaker, he has found that what other factor traumatizes the adolescent more than sexual abuse?
8. Children that suffer from sleep disturbances often respond well to what kinds of activities in school?
9. What is a reason Conduct Disordered youths frequently abuse substances?
10. What is Kohlberg's first stage of Moral Reasoning that explains why really tough "street-wise" kids will easily submit when they come into a program?
11. According to the speaker, which group is making real progress: the group that is getting along extremely well with everyone or the group that is making mistakes?
12. What is an action that short circuits the Conduct Disordered youth?
13. What is the benefit of taking away items in small increments?
14. How do you know when the Conduct Disordered youth is making progress?
Answers:
A
. Nonverbal work like sand tray work or play therapy work
B. They need to know at the end of this hour or at the end
of this evening that they are going to benefit by making a
prosocial decision
C. The criteria for Severe is: Causes considerable harm to others, i.e. forced sex, physical cruelty, use of a weapon,
stealing while confronting a victim, breaking and entering.
D. Starting fights, being cruel to animals, starting fires
E. Might makes right
F. When the Conduct Disordered youth can treat an adult labeled a "soother" in a respectful way, you know that that
kid is not taking advantage of that adult.
G. Juveniles aren't set in their ways like adults are; they respond much more to treatment
H. Take away just half but not all of their CD collection or something valuable to them, then provide them with the
chance to earn it back
I. Was the fire starting motivated out of curiosity or impulse control. Has he done quite a bit of it and states "I
love this!"
J. The group that is making mistakes internalizing changes because they are making mistakes and learning from them
K. The youth doesn't have any particular behavior problems, but may get caught up in antisocial behavior; The behaviors are isolated and do not become a pattern
L. The type of friends the youth hangs out with
M. To get the adrenaline rush
N. Neglect

Course Content Manual Questions The Answer to Question 15 is found in Section 15 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:
15. According to Webster-Stratton, what is the function of an "anger thermometer?"
16. What is an advantage of the "Interview Method"?
17. What are four types of intervention programs suitable for conduct disordered youth?
18. According to Mpofu, what is the "coercive spiral"?
19. What are three anger reducing techniques?
20. What are three uses of the Hassle Log?
21. What are the six "testing the limits" tactics used by conduct disordered youths?
22. What is a reason "verbally cornering" a child is not a good idea, however practiced by many therapists and teachers?
23. According to Phelan, what are the two biggest discipline mistakes?
24. What are four ways to make simple requests more effective?
25. What are the three steps in managing an assaultive incident effectively?
26. What are four guidelines for using limited choices?
27. What are the stages involved in implementing EBPs (evidence-based practices)?

Answers
A
. Badgering, temper, threat, martyrdom, buttering up and physical tactics
B. Anger-coping intervention programs, problem-solving skills training programs, attribution retraining, rational-emotive behavior therapy.
C. Deep breathing, backwards counting, pleasant imagery
D. The Hassle Log provides an accurate picture of conflicts that occur during the week; it helps trainees learn about what makes them angry and how they handle these situations; and it provides material for role playing in future sessions.
E. Watch your tone of voice, keep requests short, spontaneity is dangerous, and use effective phrasing
F. The "Interview Method" has the advantage of placing responsibility for confrontations in the hands of the members of the Conduct Disorder group themselves.
G. Too much talking and too much emotion
H. Restrict the number of choices you present, remember the choices are your limits, make the client responsible for the decision, and follow through with stated consequences
I. When you corner a child, you give him a chance to practice lying
J. It helps the client identify the point where he or she was aware of getting angry, and establishes a "Danger Point" that will trigger the use of an agreed-upon calming strategy.
K. Separate the parties, cool them down, and call for help
L. The child's aggressive temperament, as well as his or her unresponsiveness to parenting strategies, may exhaust the parents so that they become more permissive of the child's behavior, serving to increase the child's aggressiveness.
M. exploring, selecting and adopting programs, installing the program, initially implementing the program, fully operating, enhancing the implementation, and sustaining the implementation.


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