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Question number: 1

» Rehabilitation Psychology » Social Deviance

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Essentially, a QUID is a person

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a.

who has quit a job due to a disability.

b.

with a disability.

c.

who requires pervasive support according to the AAMR categorization.

d.

with a quantifiable loss in dollars due to a disability.

Question number: 2

» Rehabilitation Psychology » Psychology of Law

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When one’s ability to perform in some characteristic way has been disrupted, this is said to exist:

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a.

the need for accommodation.

b.

a perceived disability.

c.

a disruptive disability.

d.

a functional disability.

Question number: 3

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Approximately, how many Americans have a disability that interferes with their activities of daily living?

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1 in 3

b.

1 in 10

c.

1 in 7

d.

1 in 14

Question number: 4

» Rehabilitation Psychology » Rehabilitation

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When testing a partially seeing person, which would be MOST appropriate?

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An adjustable chair.

b.

A felt-tip pen.

c.

A multiple-choice test.

d.

A speeded test.

Question number: 5

» Rehabilitation Psychology » Psychology of Law

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A definition of “at risk infants and toddlers” can be found in

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the BETTER IDEA.

b.

the IDEA.

c.

an amendment to the Rehabilitation Act.

d.

the Rehabilitation Act.

Question number: 6

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Which is an example of accommodation by means of modifying the test procedure?

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a.

Substituting a larger seat and desk for an extremely obese person.

b.

Amplifying verbalized instructions to a hearing impaired person.

c.

Enhancing illumination for a visually impaired person.

d.

Shortening the length of a test for an attention impaired person.