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Date Created: 09/23/16
361 9/22/16 Take notes of research and study guide is on the powerpoint Mental Status Exam Systematic Observation of Behavior o Appearance and Behavior: facial expression, clothes, etc. – observing what they look like o Thought Processes: speech, rate of speech, disorganized, literal appearance, etc. – observing what they’re saying o Mood and Affect: flat affect (no changes in emotion), inappropriate affect (match the mood), etc. o Intellectual Functioning: speech, following directions, etc. o Sensorium: person aware of person, place, and time (knowing who and where you are and what time of day) Purpose: Preliminary determination of which areas of behavior should be assessed in more detail Which type of professionals conduct mental status exams? o Psychologist, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, School Counselor, ER doctors, etc. Which type of settings/situations could these exams occur? o Assessments, Psychologists’ office, ER, etc. Information obtained from a mental status exam goes in what section of a clinical report? o Behavior Observation Section Assessment Clinical Interviews o Unstructured, Semi-structured, Structured Physical Exam Behavioral Assessment o ABC’s of Observation Antecedent: what happens before behavior – trigger and patterns of behaviors Behavior: see or hear the behavior Consequence: what happens directly after the behavior o Self-Monitoring: clients monitor themselves Self observation: self-tracking of themselves Completion of behavioral rating scales Disruptive Behavior Disorder (DBD) o When is behavioral assessment valuable? Baseline to see a behavior o Why is an interview alone insufficient? Nonverbal, see in multiple settings and raters observations, etc. Psychological Testing * o Intelligence Testing Binet and Simon commissioned by French government to identify kids who are having trouble in school Stanford-Binet test was the first in the US o Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Mental Age/Chronological Age X 100 = IQ What are some problems with this approach? Younger ones get higher scores, etc. o Currently… Individual score is only compared with others of the same age Ironically, we are not measuring intelligence but rather your school performance
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