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  1. Children of Adolescent Mothers
  2. Atypical Development
  3. Baumrind/Macoby&Martin Parenting Styles
  4. Depression/Major Depressive Disorder
  5. Authoritarian Parented Children
  1. a Behaviors that are unusual or parts of an enduring pattern that infers with a child's development in significant ways
  2. b Preschoolers less cognitively competent; when teens: higher risks for truancy, fighting with peers, early sexual activity; (single parent family)
  3. c Do well in school, lower self-esteem, less skilled with peers, some are subdued, some highly aggressive; low scores on social competence and self-reliance
  4. d Internalizing Problem; When a depressed mood last for 6 months or more and is accompanied by other disruptive symptoms; 90% of teens who experience this will have a reoccurrence within 2 years; adolescent girls are twice as likely to get this
  5. e Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, Neglecting; parental involvement/acceptance/responsiveness versus parental control

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Today: 74% (1970-95%) Optimal situation=nuclear families (husband, wife, biological, offspring); adoptive family: nonbiological offspring; other: blended
  2. School performance and Asian families; Asian belief of importance of education for future; good peer support for academic achievement
  3. Type of psychological disorder; impair ability to concentrate; Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  4. Gifted children better in many areas (health, range of interests, successfulness)
  5. 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 True/False Questions

  1. Chan/Raboy/Patterson Family StudyNO diff in lesbian couples, single lesbian moms, heterosexual couples, single heterosexual moms


  2. Family Transition involves UpheavalAn integrated network of factors that work together to influence a child's development; earlier form of socialization


  3. Externalizing ProblemsOppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorders


  4. Child Onset Conduct Disorder Effect at Different AgesPreschool: 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


  5. BulimiaInternalizing 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


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