Introduction to Clinical Psychology 8th Edition By Geoffrey P. Kramer- -Test Bank
Clinical Child Psychology
- List the ways in which working clinically with children is different from working
- How is the context of children’s behavior taken into consideration in evaluating and
treating childhood disorders?
- Provide two examples of developmental issues to consider when working with troubled
- What is infant temperament? How is it related to development over the life span?
- What are some of the major risk factors linked to emotional/behavioral problems in
- Discuss the ramiﬁcations of childhood physical abuse and childhood sexual abuse.
- What are protective factors, and how are they associated with children’s behavior?
- What are the pros and cons of using the following assessment techniques: behavior
rating scales, unstructured interviews, behavioral observations, and family interaction
- Describe a thorough assessment protocol for a child who is experiencing academic and
behavioral problems in school.
- What is a clinically derived system of classiﬁcation? What is an empirically derived system
of classiﬁcation? How are these two systems similar and different?
- What are the major symptoms of the following disorders: ADHD, ODD, CD, major
depressive disorder, separation anxiety disorder, autism, Asperger’s disorder, and learning
- What points from the research literature did the clinical case of “Billy”(the boy in the
grocery store) illustrate?
- List the principles involved in cognitive-behavioral treatment for children, and discuss the effectiveness of this treatment with children.
- Describe the research ﬁndings related to alliance with children, adolescents, and families.
- Describe a prevention program that works.