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Occupational Therapy

Psychology

Quiz 22 :

Sensory Processing

Quiz 22 :

Sensory Processing

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Which of the following best describes the four steps of sensory processing?
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C

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You are working with an individual who has an exaggerated response to the feel of clothing on her torso. Which sensory processing disorder does this best represent?
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B

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After assessing the child in Question 5, you decide you want to use an intervention that will help the child identify her level of arousal based on four categories that move from low alertness to hyperarousal. What you like about this intervention is it uses colors and signs to identify each category. Which of the following best reflects this intervention?
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C

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Which sensory system is best described by the awareness of the body's position in space?
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You are working with an adult who demonstrates a low neurological threshold and an active behavioral response. This individual tends to create environments that reduce sensory input. However, at times she finds herself in an environment she cannot control and begins to demonstrate signs and symptoms of distress. Which quadrant of Dunn's Model of Sensory Processing does this best represent?
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You decide you want to change intervention approaches. You want to try an approach that is therapist directed, administered in the child's natural environment, and uses sensory input to organize the child's arousal level. Which of the following best reflects this intervention?
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You are working with a 10-year-old who is demonstrating behaviors of sensory processing disorder. You want to administer an assessment that will allow you to get a better understanding of the child's sensory processing impairments. You choose a behavioral rating scale that is based on sensory integration theory. This assessment will allow you to identify sensory vulnerabilities in the areas of under- and over-responsivity, sensory seeking, and perceptual problems. Based on this scenario, which assessment would you choose?
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You are working with a 6-year-old who has been in a series of foster homes since she was 3 months old. She has never stayed in one home for more than 1 year. Therefore, she has not had a stable attachment figure. This has resulted in an impairment in the foster parent effectively soothing and stimulating the child. Her teacher reports that at times this child is hyperaroused and other times withdrawn. You decide your best approach is to work with the teacher and the foster parents on how to create a predictable environment and work with the child to identify triggers, allowing her to practice managing these triggers in the safe environment of your therapy sessions. Which childhood psychiatric condition does this best represent?
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