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41. A pattern of family interaction in which the child misbehaves, the parents tries to punish the child but is ineffective, and the child escalates the misbehavior until the parents give up is what Gerald Patterson and his colleagues have called a
a. reciprocating family environment.
b. dysfunctional family environment.
c. coercive family environment.
d. toxic family environment.
42. The difference between oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorders is that
a. conduct disorders are easier to treat than oppositional defiant disorder.
b. conduct disorders are more serious and include violations of the rights of others and societal norms.
c. oppositional defiant disorders usually do not need any intervention and go away on their own.
d. oppositional defiant disorders are associated with harm to others and destruction of property.
43. The disorder that has the primary symptoms of irritable/angry mood and temper outburst is
a. oppositional defiant disorder.
b. conduct disorder.
d. disruptive mood dysregulation disorder.
44. Conduct disorders are difficult to treat, but one treatment that has shown some promise for these families is
a. tough love or boot camps.
b. desensitization therapy.
c. multisystemic treatment.
d. social cognitive therapy.
45. Early-onset conduct disorder is associated with all of the following except
a. ethnic minority status.
b. inadequate parenting.
c. neurocognitive problems.
d. temperament and behavior problems.