b 122 Global psychosocial functions
General mental functions, as they develop over the life span, required to understand and constructively integrate the mental functions that lead to the formation of interpersonal skills needed to establish reciprocal social interaction, in terms of both meaning and purpose.
such as autism
Developing basic and complex competencies in integrated sets of actions or tasks so as to initiate and follow through with
Carrying out simple or complex and coordinated actions to manage and control the psychological demands required to carry out tasks
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