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Some of them include: • Shared Psychotic Disorders are those in which an emotionally disturbed person influences the perceptions and reactions of an otherwise emotionally healthy individual. The previously healthy individual then becomes emotionally disturbed as well. • Abuse Whether to the child or to a parent, the effect transcends the immediate situation to interaction with others in the home, school, and community. If the child with a disability is the one who is abused, he will be distrustful of others.
Frequency—The number of times a behavior occurs in a time interval, such as out-of-seat behavior, hitting and temper tantrums. Frequency Distribution—Plotting the scores received on a test and tallying how many individuals received those scores. A frequency distribution is used to visually determine how the group of individuals performed on a test, illustrate extreme scores, and compare the distribution to the mean or other criterion. Informal Assessment—Non-standardized tests such as criterion referenced tests and teacher-prepared tests.