5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Reasoning
- Primary Sex Characteristics
- a characteristics that are associated with the development of the organs and structures of the body that directly relate to reproduction.
- b an understanding about the process that underlie memory that emerges and improves during middle childhood. By the time they enter the 1st grade and their theory of mind becomes more sophisticated, children have a general notion of what memory is and they are able to understand that some people have better memory than others.
- c Do more or less of 16-17 year olds have jobs? and 58% of 15 year olds do.
- d Preconventional: rewards and punishment
Conventional: "good" boy or "bad" boy
Postconventional: concerned about the greater good
- e The onset of menstruation
5 Multiple choice questions
- Who starts puberty 1st?
- The visible signs of sexual maturity that do not involve the sex organs directly.
- The maitence of one's original cultural identity while becoming integrated inot the majority culture.
- Ability to Think abstractly, leads to idealistic thinking, leads to argumentative.
- Percent of teens who start college and actually finish.
5 True/False questions
Memory → The process by which information is initially recorded, stored, and retrieved.
Agentic Professions → Occupations associated with getting things done.
Concrete Operations: → The period of cognitive development between 7 and 12 years of age, characterized by the active and appropriate use of logic.
Decentering → The ability to take multiple aspects of a situation into account.
Learning Disabilities → difficulties in the acquistion and use of listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning, or mathematical abilities.