6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- friends who view themselves as mutually connected and do things together.
- the beliefs that others are as concerned with one's behavior and appearance as one is oneself.
- behavior based on mutual understanding between equals.
- are equals, individuals who are usually of the same gender, age, and social status who share interests.
- an intervention to help children who have trouble making and keeping friends learn to relate to others.
- is aggressive behavior intended to cause harm or distress. It occurs repeatedly over time in an unbalanced relationship of power or strength.
5 True/False questions
Sociometry → techniques used to measure patterns of acceptance, neglect, and rejection among members of a group.
Social Cognition → behavior informed by an understanding of others' feelings and intentions, the ability to respond appropriated, and knowledge of the consequences of one's actions.
Crowds → are equals, individuals who are usually of the same gender, age, and social status who share interests.
Social Competence → 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.
Cognitive Conceit → Elkind's term for children in Piaget's stage of concrete operations who put too much faith in their reasoning ability and cleverness.