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5 Matching questions

  1. Authoritarian Parent
  2. Causes of Eating Disorders (3)
  3. Female-Headed Families
  4. Authoritarian Parenting Style
  5. Externalizing Problems
  1. a Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorders
  2. b 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)
  3. c 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
  4. d High control, high maturity demands, low communication, low nurture
  5. e Relies on coercive techniques to discipline child; obedience, respect for authority, order, rules must be followed without discussion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. High nurture, high maturity demands, high control, high communication
  3. Higher self-esteem, more independent, more likely to comply with parental requests, self-confident, achievement -oriented, better grades; high outcomes
  4. Sensitive to child's cues and reacts appropriately
  5. Speedy and efficient processing, flexible use of strategies, unusually good metacognitive skills; powerful drive to immerse themselves in learning

5 True/False questions

  1. MicrosystemsConnections among microsystems; Bronfenbrenner

          

  2. Eating DisordersNot directly affected but affects a microsystem (ex. family); Bronfenbrenner

          

  3. Atypical Intellectual DevelopmentExtremes of IQ scale, children of average IQ but academically behind peers; Mental retardation, learning disabilities, giftedness

          

  4. Adolescents after Divorced ParentsInternalizing Problem; Risk factors: depression, behavior problem, family history, chemical abuse

          

  5. Neglecting ParentPsychologically unavailable mom=depressed, overwhelmed with life stressors, no deep emotional connection to the child

          

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