6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- behavior enjoyed for its own sake.
- conceptions, and reasoning about people, the self-relations between people. social group's roles and rules, and the relation of such conceptions to social behavior.
- testing assumptions against facts.
- is aggressive behavior intended to cause harm or distress. It occurs repeatedly over time in an unbalanced relationship of power or strength.
- the beliefs that others are as concerned with one's behavior and appearance as one is oneself.
- behavior informed by an understanding of others' feelings and intentions, the ability to respond appropriated, and knowledge of the consequences of one's actions.
5 True/False Questions
Gang → behavior enjoyed for its own sake.
Peers → are equals, individuals who are usually of the same gender, age, and social status who share interests.
Social Support → resources (tangible, intellectual, social, emotional) provided by others in times of need.
Sociotherapy → an intervention to help children who have trouble making and keeping friends learn to relate to others.
Assumptive Reality → an intervention to help children who have trouble making and keeping friends learn to relate to others.