According to the definition of emotional or behavioral disorders developed by the National Mental Health and Special Education Coalition, the disability must be exhibited in

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two different settings, at least one of which is school-related

Which child is more likely to be referred and identified as having an emotional or behavioral disorder?

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Jamal, an African American male

A primary goal of screening is to

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catch students early in order to provide necessary support to prevent the development of more serious problems.

When Ms. Ndabge notices that one of her students becomes disruptive while doing math seatwork, she divides his math problems into small sections, only requiring him to finish one section at a time. Once his task is broken down into manageable pieces, the

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curricular adjustments

An example of an internalizing behavioral problem is

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withdrawal

When conducting an FBA, Mr. Miller notices that Jason's behavioral outbursts frequently occur after a teacher has handed him a worksheet to complete. When Jason displays this behavior, he is sent to the principal's office. In this case, the act

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antecedent

Carlo's behavioral outbursts have been attributed to his disability, but he currently has no behavioral intervention plan in place. What is the first step his IEP team should take?

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conduct a behavioral assessment and implement a behavioral intervention

__________ is considered to be the father of American psychiatry, and proposed more humane methods of caring for children with emotional problems.

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Benjamin Rush

Researchers have found that depression has a biological cause, which has

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allowed for the development and use of medications prescribed for specific conditions.

Continuing Carlo's story from the previous question, what is his IEP team's responsibility in this case?

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to determine if the behavior was a result of manifestation determination