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March 19, 2009

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Tracy


I would rather cosider that: 'doing' the common daily things, not so common, as being abnormaal

Raul Espejo Rodarte

2.3.9.1 Enseñanzas especiales.
Cuando se encuentran alumnos con problemas conductuales atípicas, obligan a una atención especial por parte del docente, para lo cual no está preparado y no tiene tiempo.
Es una situación en dos vertientes, una la de los alumnos que carecen de las facultades requeridas para su desarrollo profesional, o el caso de aquellos estudiantes que definitivamente tienen una capacidad muy superior, para los que los estudios normales parecen sosos y lentos. Ambos casos constituyen un problema para el docente “normal” y para los que se encuentran en el caso de superiridad, francamente se desperdician sus talentos obligándolos a un comportamiento promedio (normal).
En la mayoría de los casos desfavorables, el sujeto presenta una notable mejoría cuando se le trata como a una persona “normal”.
2.3.9.2 Comportamiento Anormal
La distribución de probabilidad Normal plantea la explicación. Si, por ejemplo, nos limitamos al cociente intelectual (IQ) para adultos, se supone que tiene una distribución normal con media 100 y desviación estándar de 15 (mas o menos), más del 95% de la población se encuentra en el intervalo 70 a 130, por lo tanto debajo de ese intervalo o encima de él, se considera al sujeto “anormal”. Lo que sugiere el hecho de que el 5% de la población es anormal.
Afortunadamente en los niveles superiores de educación los alumnos han sido seleccionados por exámenes de admisión y por selección natural en los estadíso eductivos previos.
Los casos de drogadicción o traumatismos pueden hacer que un sujeto normal caiga permanentemente en una definición de anormalidad. Por otro lado los procesos críticos de personalidad en los cambios hormonales o afectivos pueden poner a los sujetos normales en definición de anormalidad no permantente.
El caso de algunas enfermedades mentales de origen neuropatico tenen una evolución previsible (al menos teóricamente), que suelen poner en el carácter de anormal al paciente.

Raul Espejo Rodarte

I am so sorried I was thinking in spanish:

2.3.9.1 Special teaching.
When the student present atipical behavior afects the teacher who is unprepared and has not time.
It is a situation in two ways, one of the students who lack the faculties required for their professional development, or for those students who definitely have a much higher capacity, for which normal studies seem dull and slow. Both cases are a problem for the teacher "normal" and to those found in the case of superiridad frankly forcing them to waste their talents to an average performance (normal). In most unfavorable cases, the subject shows a great improvement when treated like a "normal" person.
2.3.9.2 Abnormal behavior
Normal probability distribution raises the explanation. If, for example, we limit to the intelligence quotient (IQ) for adults, is supposed to have a normal distribution with mean 100 and standard deviation of 15 (or so), more than 95% of the population is in the range 70 at 130, so that interval below or above it, the subject is considered "abnormal". Suggesting that 5% of the population is abnormal. Fortunately at the higher levels of education students have been selected by admission tests and natural selection in previous educational stages.
Cases of drug abuse or trauma can cause a normal person falls permanently in a definition of abnormality. On the other hand the critical processes of personality or emotional hormonal changes may make the normal subjects in temporal definition of abnormality.
For some mental illnesses of neuropathic origin holdings predictable evolution (at least theoretically), which usually put in the abnormal character of the patient.

Mish

A man wearing a dress may also be transgendered! If he is, his brain is telling him he is the opposite gender and he's responding to that.

Cause? Thought to be due to hormone flooding, possibly mother reacting to stress, while the baby is in utero.

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