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The most devastating problem for autistic individuals, as they grow up, is their lack of A. motor skills B. intelligence C. imagination D. social understanding
The most devastating problem for autistic individuals, as they grow up, is their lack of - social understanding.
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Aptitude tests are designed to measure A. capacity for divergent thinking B. how much has been learned C. verbal abilities D. potential for accomplishment
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Aptitude tests are designed to measure potential for accomplishment.

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According to Erikson, a child who is in the slowest reading and math groups in school is likely to develop a sense of A. shame B. mistrust C. doubt D. inferiority
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According to the usual definition, a child with a learning disability often A. seems normal in vision, hearing, and intelligence B. has notable vision or hearing problems C. lives in stressful environments D. is of low intelligence
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According to the usual definition, a child with a learning disability often has no apparent physical handicap.
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Children with Asperger syndrome A. are severely malnourished B. have the most severe form of autism C. constantly repeat certain words and phrases D. are sometimes called "high functioning autistics"
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