CHAPTER 13 - Autism Spectrum Disorder
List 5 characteristic behaviors of Autism Spectrum Disorder that are described in your text.
For a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, these features must become evident during the first ________________________________________.
According to your classroom lecture (not in text) what parts of the brain are
abnormal in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
In the classroom lecture (not in text) what did Lee Anna say about
labeling head banging as a self-stimulatory behavior?
In the classroom lecture (not in text) what interpretation did Lee Anna give about the behavior of seeing things in the top corner of a room or not walking across the cracks in a sidewalk?
According to your lecture (not in text), who is Temple Grandin and what
contributions has she made to the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder?
According to the APA the essential features of Autistic Disorder are the presence of______________________________________________________________
How is Asperger's is similar to Autism Spectrum Disorder?
How is Asperger's different from Autism Spectrum Disorder?
The APA classifies both Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger's as __________________________
All individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder have at least some degree of difficulty in each of 5 areas:
Describe behaviors noted in of these 5 areas:
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List and describe the recommended treatments described in your text.
What other treatment was mentioned in your lecture (not from text) as being
especially effective and increasingly more common in use in the past few years?
What does this method involve?
List 8 settings in which music therapists may treat people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
What is the IDEA and why is it important for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
From lecture - not in text:
In order for music therapy to be written into an IEP, the M Team meeting
requires a report that documents a legal ______________ for music therapy.
How is this legal definition of _____________ established?
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy uses two scales to evaluate people with Autism Spectrum Disorder
and to measure changes in their behavior.
One scale describes: _________________________________________________
______________in the client's _____________________to the _______________
in musical activity, beginning with the _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________and progressing to
The second scale rates the client's level of __________________________________
as demonstrated by _________________________________________________________________
____________________________, again moving from _______________________________________
to ______________________responses to
________________________________ responses and ______,________________ participation and ______________________ in__________________________________________________.
Describe 3 stages of treatment in the music therapy process:
What is vibroacoustic therapy and how does it help a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Describe therapeutic music experiences useful in the development of speech and language:
Describe therapeutic music experiences useful for encouraging social interaction:
Describe therapeutic music experiences useful in developing identification and appropriate expression of emotions.:
Describe therapeutic music experiences to increase cognitive skills:
Describe therapeutic music experiences to improve sensorimotor skills:
What tips for success and special considerations are helpful in structuring music therapy sessions for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder?