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5 Matching questions

  1. Female-Headed Families
  2. Conduct Disorder
  3. Macrosystems
  4. Two Parent Family
  5. Positive Consequences of Divorce
  1. a Larger cultural or subcultural settings; Bronfenbrenner
  2. b Today: 74% (1970-95%) Optimal situation=nuclear families (husband, wife, biological, offspring); adoptive family: nonbiological offspring; other: blended
  3. c Repetitive pattern of deviant behavior (including high levels of aggression, antisocial delinquent acts) violating rights of others and societal norms; aggression to people and animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, serious violations of rules; three types: childhood onset, adolescent onset, and delinquency
  4. d Escape from high conflict or abusive families, new chance for better relationships and development
  5. e Typically live in poverty; (single parent family); Children of these families are twice as likely to drop out of HD, twice as likely to have a child by age 20, less likely to have a steady job, contributed to poverty/economic status

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Blurts out answers before question in completed, difficulty awaiting turn, interrupts or intrudes on others
  2. Internalizing Problem; Risk factors: depression, behavior problem, family history, chemical abuse
  3. Child living with one parent who is never married or divorced or widowed (26%)
  4. Preschoolers less cognitively competent; when teens: higher risks for truancy, fighting with peers, early sexual activity; (single parent family)
  5. How a family is legally constructed and how its members are genetically connected; two parent, blended, single parent, gay/lesbian

5 True/False questions

  1. Blended FamilyForm a system of interacting elements that mutually influence each other; larger system includes extended, friends, teacher, institutions, etc


  2. Gay/Lesbian FamiliesFamily 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


  3. Warmth; Family Emotional ToneReject child-not wanted or loved; negative emotions tone


  4. Neglecting Parented ChildrenDisturbances in relationships with peers and adults; adolescents: impulsive and anti-social; less achievement-oriented school-wise; delinquent; early sexual activity; negative outcomes


  5. Authoritarian ParentRelies on coercive techniques to discipline child; obedience, respect for authority, order, rules must be followed without discussion


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