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5 Matching questions

  1. Spanking
  2. Divorce Statstics
  3. Responsiveness; Family Emotional Tone
  4. Causes of Eating Disorders (3)
  5. Mesosystem
  1. a Connections among microsystems; Bronfenbrenner
  2. b Sensitive to child's cues and reacts appropriately
  3. c Hitting a child with an open hand on the buttocks or the extremities with intent to discipline without leaving a bruise or causing physical harm
  4. d Biological: abnormal brain activity; Psychoanalytical: fear of growing up, childhood sexual abuse, quality of parents marriage; Discrepancy between the young person's internal image of a desired body and their perception of their own body; (thinness viewed as a requirement to be attractive)
  5. e 50% of marriages will end in divorce; 75% of divorced people will remarry; Men remarry at higher rates; 1/3 of children will live in a remarried, stepfamily before adulthood

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Patterns of negative, defiant, disobedient, and hostile behavior towards parents and other authority figures, established prior to age 8; Cause unknown; Factors: typically male, difficult temperaments, prenatal teratogens, martial conflict; Treatment: parent training
  2. Internalizing Problem; Preoccupation with eating and an irresistible urge to eat (binging), intense fear of fatness; some method of purging (self-induced vomiting, excessive laxative use, excessive exercise); often ashamed of behavior; typically appears in girls pursuing careers in dance, acting, modeling, or gymnastics
  3. Extremes of IQ scale, children of average IQ but academically behind peers; Mental retardation, learning disabilities, giftedness
  4. Higher risk for mental health problems in adulthood, lack of financial resources and emotional support to succeed in college, majority fear intimacy in relationships; may be delayed for girls who may suffer greater
  5. Systems child has direct personal experience with; Bronfenbrenner

5 True/False questions

  1. FamiliesInternalizing Problem; Preoccupation with eating and an irresistible urge to eat (binging), intense fear of fatness; some method of purging (self-induced vomiting, excessive laxative use, excessive exercise); often ashamed of behavior; typically appears in girls pursuing careers in dance, acting, modeling, or gymnastics

          

  2. Baumrind/Macoby&Martin Parenting StylesHigh nurture, high maturity demands, high control, high communication

          

  3. Internalizing ProblemsType of psychological disorder; represent deviant behavior which is directed outward; Oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder

          

  4. Blended FamilyFamily where single parent (divorced or never married) marries a parent or non-parent; children have a delinquency and lower grades: pre-k is negative for boys, adolescence is negative for girls

          

  5. MacrosystemsLarger cultural or subcultural settings; Bronfenbrenner

          

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