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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Older parents
  2. rates of poverty in us(2010) (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)
  3. traditional family structure is changing
  4. stepparenting (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)
  5. family dynamics
  1. a 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
  2. b how the family operates as a whole. All members influence each other in multiple ways. Not just behavior that affects other family members, but nature too(e.g., biological characteristics of parents and children
    (key concept, can explain)
  3. c 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)
  4. d 15.1%, 46.2 million people in poverty. African americans= 27.4%. Hispanics= 26.6%. Non-hispanic whites=9.9%. Asian American= 12.1%. Under 18=22%. more children in poverty than adults(13.7%) and seniors(9%)
  5. e getting married later. both parents work. having kids later. higher rates of divorce. more children born to unwed mothers. more single-parent families
    -older age of first marriage
    -older parents
    -more divorce
    -more single-parent families

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. more likely authoritarian.
  2. life's golden age is when the kids are too old to need babysitters and too young to borrow the family car. THe best way to keep kids at home is to give it a loving atmosphere- and hide the keys to the car. Oh, to be only half as wonderful as my child thought I was when he was small, and half as stupid as my teenager now things I am. Avenge yourself- live long enough to be a problem to your children
  3. responsiveness; degree of parental warmth. demandingness; degree of parenting control
  4. 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
  5. authoritative, authoritarian, permissive, rejecting/neglecting

5 True/False questions

  1. parental socialization: 3 modes of influencegreater 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: negative side (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)siblings as attachment figures. siblings as models and tutors. Siblings interactions facilitate social-cognitive development

          

  3. contributions to family dynamicshow the family operates as a whole. All members influence each other in multiple ways. Not just behavior that affects other family members, but nature too(e.g., biological characteristics of parents and children
    (key concept, can explain)

          

  4. impact on self regulation and social behavior (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)day care for many hours a day and many different caregivers related to more problem behaviors. Risk of problem behavior increases with # of hours spent, especially in center care

          

  5. all instances of divorce are not negativeharder for younger children to understands, afraid of abandonment; older children have trouble with adjustment, especially if stepparent

          

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