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|I Believe in Me Not OCB!||
I Believe in Me Not OCB! is a 'function-based' cognitive behavioural therapy programme designed to reduce obsessive compulsive behaviors.
ICD 10 is an acronym for the latest (10th) version of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems.
Idebenone is an organic compound of the quinone family which is supposed to promote nerve growth factor in the brain.
Idiopathic autism ( also known as non-syndromic autism) is a term used to describe cases where autism is the primary diagnosis - and not secondary to an existing condition caused by a well-known genetic variant, such as Rett syndrome.
Imipramine is a tricyclic antidepressant sold under various brand names including Tofranil.
Immunoglobulins - including intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG), gamma globulin or immune serum globulin - are substances derived from human blood plasma.
The immune system is a network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body from infection.
Immuno therapies are a group of interventions which are designed to make the immune system work more effectively.
An immunomodulator is a substance, such as a drug, which has an effect on the immune system.
Implementation is the act of implementing, or putting into effect or fulfilling, something.
|Improvisational Music Therapy||
Improvisational music therapy (IMT) is a term used to describe music therapy methods that employ improvising as a primary therapeutic experience where the client and therapist spontaneously create music using singing, playing, and movement.
Impulsivity or impulsiveness is a condition in which someone tends to, or is likely to, act suddenly and without considering the consequences.
IMT is an acronym for improvisational music therapy, a term used to describe music therapy methods that employ improvising as a primary therapeutic experience where the client and therapist spontaneously create music using singing, playing, and movement.
Incidence is a measure of the rate of occurrence of new cases of a disease or disorder.
Incidental teaching is a form of teaching in which a teacher takes advantage of naturally occurring 'incidents' or situations to provide learning opportunities for the student.
Inclusion means a wide range of things. It can mean being accepted by other people, taking part in community life, able to lead an independent life. Or it can mean able to lead as normal a life as possible, included in the workplace, included in social/recreational activities and offered the same opportunities as others.
The Incredible Years is a group-based programme that aims to provide developmentally appropriate interventions to parents, children, and teachers.
Inderal is a brand name for propranolol, a type of drug called a β-adrenergic antagonist (beta blocker).
Infant Start programme is an adapted version of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) targeted for infants.
Infantile autism is another term for autistic disorder. It is also known as autism, childhood autism, early infantile autism, infantile psychosis, or Kanner's syndrome.
This glossary is designed to explain some of the jargon and gobbledygook used by some people when they talk about autism or research..
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