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Impact of Motor Learning For The Child With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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1.  Which of the following is a TRUE statement?
  1. Girls are more than 4 times as likely to be identified with ASD than boys
  2. There is a lower incidence of ASD in Hispanic children.
  3. About 1 in 88 children were identified as having ASD in 2016.
  4. The prevalence of ASD is much lower than estimated since 2014.
2.  A diagnosis of ASD by an experienced professional is considered reliable at what age?
  1. 6 months
  2. 12 months
  3. 18 months
  4. 2 years
3.  Maturational-based motor theories state:
  1. There is a linear developmental pattern.
  2. There are certain predictable changes during neural maturation that are at the point of behavioral development.
  3. The level of autism severity is related to lower development of the CNS and reflex patterns.
  4. All of the above
4.  The term "feed-forward" means:
  1. A past action
  2. The ability to adjust an action once it's already taking place
  3. To pull from previous actions
  4. Another term for praxis
5.  Of the three praxis subcomponents, knowledge of appropriate action-object interactions falls into:
  1. Ideation
  2. Motor organization
  3. Stimulus-Response
  4. Execution
6.  Most children with ASD fall into what category of dyspraxia?
  1. Bilateral integration and sequencing
  2. Somatodyspraxia
  3. General
  4. Ideational
7.  The PEDI stands for:
  1. Pediatric Evaluation of Dynamic Ideation
  2. Participation Evaluation of Daily IADLs
  3. Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory
  4. Past Event Disability Inventory
8.  What percentage of children with ASD demonstrate stereotypy behavior like hand flapping?
  1. 60%
  2. 75%
  3. 88%
  4. 100%
9.  An example of whole-body coordination is:
  1. Climbing a jungle gym
  2. Animal walks
  3. Riding a bike
  4. All of the above
10.  An advanced activity for neural timing and sequencing is:
  1. Using one hand to turn over cards
  2. Finding items in rice
  3. Bouncing a ball with peers
  4. Walking a straight line

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