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neurodiversity
Hyperactivity
inattention

ADHD Word Search

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challenges
treatment
risk
development
distractions
hyperactive
impulsive
inattentive
self control
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Psychological disorder Crossword

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Country or language other than its own. FOREIGN
Pronunciation of a language. ACCENT
An anxiety disorder marked by a persistent, irrational fear and avoidance of a specific object. PHOBIA
Psychological disorders characterized by distressing. ANXIETY
False beliefs, often of persecution. DELUSIONS
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder. HALLUCINATIONS
An anxiety disorder characterized by unwanted repetitive thoughts and/or actions. OCD
A mental disorder characterized by episodes of mania and depression Bipolar
a childhood disorder characterized by inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity ADHD
A legal term, not a psychological or psychiatric one, referring to a person who is unable, because of a mental disorder or defect, to conform his or her behavior to the law. Insanity

ADHD BINGO

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ADHD
IDEA
Attention
Deficit
Hyperactivity
Disorder
True
False
1975
2004
millions
Individuals
Disabilities
Education
Act
genetic
focusing
bipolar disorder
inattention
hyperactivity
impulsivity
medication
therapy
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ADHD Crossword

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Wandering, difficulty focusing, and disorganization are characteristics of what? inattention
Moving, fidgeting, and tapping are characteristics of what? hyperactivity
Acting in the moment is a characteristic of what? impulsivity
What is a brain disorder characterized by inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity? ADHD
Which drug discussed today is an example of a combo drug? (brand name) adderall
Which drug is also used for binge eating disorder? (brand name) vyvanse
This is a non-stimulant that inhibits the reuptake of norepinephrine. (brand name) strattera
This is a non-stimulant that inhibits the reuptake of norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin. (brand name) wellbutrin
This is a side effect of the drug wellbutrin that is not seen in the other ADHD medications. seizures
What side effect is a huge problem with stimulants used for ADHD? dependence
What drug class can you not take within 2 weeks of using stimulants? MAOIs
This is a side effect of all the drugs used for ADHD. tachycardia
What is the brand name for dexmethylphenidate? focalin

Learning disabilities Crossword

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Description

Acronym for Attention Deficit Disorder ADD
Difficulty in learning to read Dyslexia
Difficulty with staying still Hyperactivity
Trouble with written expression Dysgraphia
Acronym for Auditory Processing Disorder ADP
Trouble with always being distracted Distractibility
Acronym for Visual Processing Issues VPI
Difficulty in making calculations Dyscalculia
Inability to perform particular actions Dyspraxia
Acronym for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD
Trouble with interpreting body language: _______ learning disabilies Nonverbal
Issues with mental skills that help you get things done: _______ functioning issues Executive

ADHD Terminology Word Search

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forgetful
fidgety
movement
routines
cognitive demand
verbal rehearsal
chunking
mental flexibility
vigilance
attentional capacity
inattentive
hyperactive
distractible
impulsive
focused
shifting
sustained
encoding

The Sensory System, Part 1 Crossword

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detect changes in the environment, stimulate neurons to send nerve impulses to the brain sensory receptors
receptors sensitive to changes in chemical concentration chemoreceptors
detect tissue damage pain receptors
respond to temperature differences thermoreceptors
respond to changes in pressure or movement mechanoreceptors
receptors that respond to light energy photoreceptors
awareness that occurs when the brain receives sensory impulses sensation
when the brain interprets the sensory input perception
when visceral pain is felt in another body area referred pain
myelinated fibers that carry impulses rapidly acute pain fibers
unmyelinated fibers that conduct impulses slowly chronic pain fibers
sense of smell olfaction
organs of taste taste buds
sense of taste gustation
part of the ear that collects the sound auricle

Anatomy: The Nervous System Crossword

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Lobe; language, speech FRONTAL
Eliminates wastes from neurons in CNS MICROGLIAL
The sensory neuron AFFERENT
Lobe; auditory, olfactory (smell) TEMPORAL
Shapes and supports neuron CELL BODY
Part of the brain that controls blood pressure, heart rate, swallowing MEDULLA
Diencephalon; hormones, body temp, water balance, metabolism HYPOTHALAMUS
Forms myelin sheath in CNS OLIGODENDROCYTE
Forms myelin sheath in PNS SCHWANN
Part of the brain that controls balance CEREBELLUM
Impulses in between afferent and efferent neurons INTERNEURON
Blood-brain barrier in CNS ASTROCYTE
Slows down cardiac in PNS PARASYMPATHETIC
Lobe; vision OCCIPITAL
Involuntary in PNS; cardiac & smooth muscles AUTONOMIC
Forms myelin to support neurons in PNS SATELLITE
Lobe; sensory, taste PARIETAL
Receives message from neurons DENDRITE
Speeds up cardiac in PNS SYMPATHETIC
Wraps around axon MYELIN SHEATH
The motor neuron EFFERENT
Sends message to neurons AXON
Part of the brain that controls breathing only PONS
Voluntary in PNS; skeletal muscles SOMATIC
Cushions neuron in CNS EPENDYMAL

AP Psychology Unit 3 Crossword

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Basic building block of nervous system neuron
Branchy part of neuron that receives messages and conducts impulses dendrites
Neural impulse, charge down an axon actionpotential
Period of inactivity after a neuron has fired refractoryperiod
Level of stimulation needed to trigger neural impulse threshold
Reabsorption of a neurotransmitter by sending neuron reuptake
Neurotransmitters linked to pain control and pleasure endorphins
Molecule that stimulates agonist
Molecule that inhibits or blocks a response antagonist
Glands above the kidneys and secrete hormones that help arouse body during stress adrenal
Most influential endocrine system gland. Regulates and controls others. pituitary
Base of brainstem, controls heartbeat and breathing medulla
Brain sensory control center, forwards and redirects messages thalamus
Directs hunger, drinking, body temperature; emotion and drive hypothalamus
Lobes-receive touch input parietal
Lobes-receive visual input occipital
Lobes-auditory information temporal
Study of environmental influences on gene expression epigenetics

The Nervous System Word Search

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electrical impulse
neurons
medulla oblongata
cerebellum
cerebrum
nerve impulse
relfex arc
neurotransmitters
muscle tissue
synapse
motor meurons
interneurons
sensory neurons
dendrite
cell body
nervous system
nerve
axon
skeletal muscle
spinal cord
Brain
PNS
Peripheral Nervous System
CNs
Central Nervous System