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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Older parents
  2. stepparenting (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)
  3. Marital conflict can cause
  4. Impact of cognitive development (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)
  5. Maternal employment has little impact on childrens development
  1. a adequate supervision matter, however long hours can have negative impact on infants' cognitive development if mom returns to work before baby is 9 months old
  2. b primarily positive effects; more economically stable, pregnancies more likely to be planned, more knowledge about parenting, more positive in parenting than younger parents(but only if first child)
  3. c not much of a relationship. But higher quality care associated with better outcomes in specific areas. Some evidence for positive impact of day care on cognitive tasks
  4. d in 1996, about 6% of kids lived with a stepparent(80% of which were stepfathers). Entry of stepparent into family can be very stressful for children; reassess their position in family, wonder if mom will be happier, have to balance acceptance of stepparent while maintaing relationship with biological parent
  5. e hostility towards children or uninvolved parents. inconsistent parenting. Parents less likely to support each other in parenting. Kids face increased risk of depression, loneliness, unregulated behavior, delinquency, substance abuse

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (low demandingness, high responsiveness) responsive to child's wants and needs. lenient with child. do not require self-regulation
  2. disturbed attachment as infants. poor peer relationships in childhood. in adolescence, exhibit: antisocial behavior, poor self regulation, internalizing problems(e.g., depressing,withdrawal), more likely to use drugs, engage in sex, low academic and social competence
  3. physical attractiveness; attractive children treated more affectionately. behavior and temperament; degree to which they are emotionally negative, unregulated, disobedient. perceptions of parents attitudes can impact self-image
  4. (low demandingness, low responsiveness). diengaged. low in demandingness and responsiveness. do not set limits or monitor child's behavior. focused on own needs rather than child's.
  5. child's age--younger more easily accept stepparent. supportive stepparenting has positive impact. Girls have more trouble with stepparent than boys. Adjustment better when custodial parent is authoritative and when stepparent is warm and involved. Custodial parent's attitude towards stepparent

5 True/False questions

  1. parental beliefs and values related to SESgreater risk for psychological, social, academic, and relationship problems. greater risk of divorce for themselves. slightly greater risk fro emotional disorders(anxiety& depression). but most (75%-80%) do not suffer significant enduring problems

          

  2. Sibling relationship: positive side (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)siblings as attachment figures. siblings as models and tutors. Siblings interactions facilitate social-cognitive development

          

  3. children of authoritative parents are:competent(social and acedemic). self-assured, self-reliant. popular with peers. exhibit control over their behavior. low in antisocial behavior and drug use

          

  4. rates of poverty in us(2010) (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)in 1996, about 6% of kids lived with a stepparent(80% of which were stepfathers). Entry of stepparent into family can be very stressful for children; reassess their position in family, wonder if mom will be happier, have to balance acceptance of stepparent while maintaing relationship with biological parent

          

  5. stepfathers (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)feel less close to stepchildren. tend to be polite at first(not disciplining or monitoring), but become distant and disengaged with time.more conflict between children and stepfather(bidirectional causes). Kids with stepfathers more prone to depression

          

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