Disorders of Early Infancy and Childhood
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____________ is characterized by a persistent eating of non-nutritive substances, while ________ involves a failure to eat adequately for at least one month, resulting in a significant loss of weight or a failure to gain weight.
2. FEEDING DISORDER OF INFANCY OR EARLY CHILDHOOD 3. RUMINAITON DISORDER
Tourette's Disorder is diagnosed in the resence of at least one ____________ and multiple ____________.
1. VOCAL TIC
2. MOTOR TICS
Onset of Tourette's Disorder is prior to age _______________, and treatment often includes the administration of a(n) ___________ drug.
The essential feature of Enuresis is repeated involuntary or ___________________ voiding of urine during the day or night into the bed or clothes.
The usual treatment for Enuresis includes the use of the ________________, which wakes the child up when he / she urinates in bed at night.
BELL AND PAD
Children with _______________ exhibit inappropriate, excessive anxiety when separation from home or attachment figures occurs or is anticipated.
SEPARATION ANXIETY DISORDER
Separation Anxiety Disorder is often manifested as ________________ phobia.
When an individual exhibits disturbed social relatedness in multiple settings prior to age five, the diagnosis may be ______________ of Infancy or Early Childhood.
REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER
A diagnosis of Reactive Attachment Disorder requires evidence of _______________.
_______________ is characterized by seemingly driven, repetitive nonfunctional motor behaviors that cause physical harm and / or interfere significantly with normal activities.
STEREOTYPIC MOVEMENT DISORDER.
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