7Parental.txt

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GDA lecture 7
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  1. The are the 4 categories of the misbehaving child?
    • 1. Emotionally compromised child
    • 2. Shy, introverted child
    • 3. Frightened child
    • 4. Child averse to authority
  2. What are the three management strategies for a specialist to treat a child?
    • 1. Conscious sedation
    • 2. IV (deep) sedation
    • 3. General anesthesia
  3. What are some generalities about lower socioeconomic status?
    • 1. More favorable about General anesthesia
    • 2. Half the restorations of higher socioeconomic statuses
    • 3. Worse Oral Hygiene
  4. Appropriate parental personality
    • Nurturing
    • Transfers authority to dentist
    • Facilitates communication between child and dentist
  5. Compensatory parental personality
    • Many questions
    • Need for approval
    • Desire to 'do the right thing'
  6. Overprotective parental personality
    • High risk child
    • Parent a product of little love
    • Parent depends on childs dependency
  7. Manipulative parental personality
    • Demanding
    • Attempts to direct course of treatment
  8. Hostile parental personality
    • Noncompliant (poor past experiences)
    • Seldom converse
    • Question needs for treatment
  9. Neglectful parental personality
    • Chaotic lifestyle
    • Careless
    • Unappreciative of good dental care
  10. Overindulgent parental personality
    • Overlapping of compensatory and overprotective
    • Overly concerned about damaging child's self esteem
  11. Typology of parenting styles
  12. Demandin
                       Responsiveness
  13. Authoritarian
    • High demandingness, low responsiveness
    • expect orders to be obeyed without explanation
  14. Authoritative
    • High demandingness, high responsiveness
    • Clear standards for children's conduct
  15. Uninvolved
    • Low demandingness, low responsiveness
    • May be rejecting and neglectful
  16. Indulgent
    • Low demandingness, high responsiveness
    • Nontraditional and lenient
    • Don't require mature behavior, democratic
  17. Which parental type has children perform poorly in all domains?
    Uninvolved parents
  18. What predicts a child's social competence and psychosocial functioning?
    Parental responsiveness
  19. What is associated with instrumental competence and behavioral control?
    Parental demandingness
  20. What is the parent preference for management?
    Tell show do> Positive reinforcement>voice control>mouth prop

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