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Locus of control, outerdirectedness and distractability in mentally retarded adults

Kevin M. Reinhardt

Locus of control, outerdirectedness and distractability in mentally retarded adults

by Kevin M. Reinhardt

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Attention.,
  • Control (Psychology),
  • Mental retardation -- Psychological aspects.,
  • People with mental disabilities -- Education.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kevin M. Reinhardt.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 106 leaves :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18391227M

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Locus of control, outerdirectedness and distractability in mentally retarded adults by Kevin M. Reinhardt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Educable mentally retarded (EMR) classification of a person with mild intellectual disabilities who typically develops functional academic skills at a third or fourth grade level; IQ.

Attention and Mental Retardation KENNETH G. CROSBY BURTON BLATT Boston University "Attention", even as it relates to so restricted an area as the mentally has suggested that distractibility, rather than being an in­ herent characteristic of the retarded, results from the outer-directedness.

o problems with quality or use of ones voice that results from disorders of the larynx, abnormal production and/or absences of vocal quality, pitch, loudness, resonance and duration. Speech may be excessively hoarse or lack appropriate inflection. Phonation- breathiness, hoarseness, huskiness straining.

R esonance: Hypernasality – too many sounds coming through the air passages of. -The term mental retardation is replaced by the more contemporary label, intellectual disabilities.-emphasizes the abilities and assets of individuals with intellectual disabilities rather than their deficits or limitations.

-Intellectual disabilities viewed as a state of functioning rather than an inherent trait. Mental retardation, a condition characterized by significantly lower than average intellectual ability and adaptive behavior deficits, currently affects between 2% and 3% of the : Michael Wehmeyer.

Selective Attention and Locus of Control in Learning Disabled and Normal Children Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Learning Disabilities 11(4) May with Reads. Mental retardation Definition. Mental retardation is a developmental disability that first appears in children under the age of It is defined as an intellectual functioning level (as measured by standard tests for intelligence quotient) that is well below average and significant limitations in daily living skills (adaptive functioning).

Description. Yando, R., Zigler, E. (), ‘Outerdirectedness in the problem-solving of institutionalized and noninstitutionalized normal and retarded children’, Developmental Psychology, 4.

According to IDEAthis must be included in a student with special needs' IEP by the age of This is a plan that lists the students' post-secondary goals, as well as the linkages and/or responsibilities that various agencies such as employment services, vocational rehabilitation, and the school system will assume in order to move the individual smoothly from school to living and.

External locus of control Elena despises going to her ballet class because she absolutely hates to dance, but her parents are making her go. Therefore, she frequently misbehaves in class, which has made her teacher and her peers strongly dislike having her around, and she is.

Method In this cross-sectional study of adults with mild or moderate ID, information on mental health, personality and aggressive behaviour was gathered through structured interviews with the. an internal, "locus of control," and are thus attentive to extratask rather than intratask cues, though he has not applied this conception to the generation of behavior which might be labeled distractible.

Denny (, ) has concluded that both the attention deficit shown by the retarded and their deficiencies in classical conditioning. I. Introduction. I have thought about the importance of motivational personality and self‐system process in understanding the outcome performance of persons with mental retardation for more than 35 years, which is about 56% of my life, from when I began my postdoctoral fellowship at George Peabody College for Teachers under my mentor Carl Haywood, when I was a callow youth of.

Mean locus of control scores were not high (i.e. external) for both groups and there were no overall group differences on locus of control responses across time in comparison to the control group.

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Other readers will always be. 13 adolescents and young adults (average age ofSD =) without mental retardation (average IQ, on Standard Progressive Matrices, ofSD =), with the sole purpose of.

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Mental retardation is, in this view, a result of faulty learning. MENTAL RETARDATION AS A LEARNING DISORDER Adherents of radical behaviorism are the most extreme group in claiming that mental retardation is best described as a disorder that results from inadequate or detrimental past experience.

SPED: Test 2 study guide by Flanagkm includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. An internal locus of control has been found to serve protective functions among children (Murphy & Moriarty, ; Parker et al., ), adolescents (Luthar, in press), and young adults (Werner, ).Study 58 TEST 2 flashcards from Coral M.

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