Epilepsy and Autistic Symptom Severity Post-Test

Please complete the following questions. You must score at least an 80% or higher to pass the test. You have unlimited attempts to complete the test.

1. The childhood development disorder, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, is characterized by which two core symptoms dimensions:
2. Epilepsy is an ongoing tendency to have epileptic seizures, and practically defined as having two or more “untriggered” seizures occurring at least ______ apart.
3. Tucham and Cucaro (2011) found _______ between epilepsy and the repetitive object use and unusually sensory interest found in Autism.
4. Viscide et al (2002) demonstrated that children with ASD and epilepsy had ______ severe symptoms than children without the epilepsy condition
5. Viscide et al. (2014)  implied that the diagnosis of epilepsy might be associate d with social impairment entirely based on the effect of ______________.
6. Participants in the article’s presented study who had autistic spectrum disorder and epilepsy, appeared to be more socially impaired, especially in their ability notice __________ and organize expressive acts of social communication.
7. Turk et al (2009) demonstrated that participants with autistic spectrum disorder and epilepsy were associated with greater motor difficulties, developmental delays, and ____________.
8. According to the text, individual with co-morbidity of intellectual disability, autistic spectrum disorder, and epilepsy had significantly more impaired _______ than groups only containing a single factor of either intellectual disability, autistic spectrum disorder or epilepsy.
9. According to the text study, individuals with autistic spectrum disorder and epilepsy would benefit from ________________ training.
10. The text indicated that due to the findings that epilepsy may be higher for individuals with autistic spectrum disorder, these individuals may benefit from a thorough ________.