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  1. Neglecting Parented Children
  2. Permissive Parent
  3. Permissive Parented Children
  4. Child Onset Conduct Disorder Effect at Different Ages
  5. Mental Retardation
  1. a Preschool: tantrums, defy, overt aggression; School: less empathy, support from aggressive/disturbed children; Adolescence: delinquent, antisocial; befriends delinquent teens; drugs, alcohol, truancy, dropping out, risky sexual behavior
  2. b Disturbances in relationships with peers and adults; adolescents: impulsive and anti-social; less achievement-oriented school-wise; delinquent; early sexual activity; negative outcomes
  3. c Parent who sets few limits on their child's behavior
  4. d Do less well in school as adolescents, can be aggressive, immature with peers, less likely to fake responsibility, less independent
  5. e Atypical Intellectual and Social Development; IQ scores lower than 70; significant problems in adaptive functioning; types: mind (55-70) moderate (40-55) severe (25-40) profound (>25)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. High nurture, low maturity, low demands, low control, low communication
  2. Escape from high conflict or abusive families, new chance for better relationships and development
  3. High control, high maturity demands, low communication, low nurture
  4. Today: 74% (1970-95%) Optimal situation=nuclear families (husband, wife, biological, offspring); adoptive family: nonbiological offspring; other: blended
  5. Neuro-psychiatric disorder: biological treatment helps reduce or eliminate the deviant behavior; Genetic and Heredity: behavior genetics suggests a pattern of hyperactivity can be inherited; Change in Brain Structure: brain-imaging diagnostic methods reveal subtle differences in brain structure and function; Prenatal Exposure: exposure to chemicals (smoke, alcohol, drugs); Exposure to chemicals at early age (environmental toxins-lead)

5 True/False Questions

  1. Children Living with Parent or StepparentHigher rates of delinquency, behavior problems in school, lower grades


  2. Causes of Eating Disorders (3)Internalizing problem; bulimia, anorexia nervosa


  3. Adolescents after Divorced ParentsSexually active early, drugs and alcohol, criminal behavior


  4. Age Differences in Negative Effects on Children of DivorceHigher self-esteem, more independent, more likely to comply with parental requests, self-confident, achievement -oriented, better grades; high outcomes


  5. Responsiveness; Family Emotional ToneCare and affection for child; child needs some first; enthusiasm for child's activities; sensitive and empathetic toward child's feelings; positive behavioral and emotional outcomes


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