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5 Matching questions

  1. socialization
  2. high socioeconomic status
  3. sociocultural context matter: for 1st generation chinese american adolescents
  4. Parenting styles
  5. Sibling Relationships: birth order (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)
  1. a authoritative parenting does not equal positive outcomes. authoritarian parenting does not equal negative outsomes
  2. b process by which children acquire values, standards, skills, knowledge, and behaviors appropriate to their future role in their culture
  3. c varies greatly from family to family, and even from child to child in a given family
  4. d talk more to kids, better communication between parent and child.
  5. e first born; higher achievers(higher"need for achievements"). later born; more popular,outgoing, risk-takers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (high demandingness, high responsiveness) demanding, but warm and responsive. set clear standards and limits,monitor behavior, firm enforcement of important limits
  2. authoritative, authoritarian, permissive, rejecting/neglecting
  3. 1. survival of offspring, 2. economic training/function 3. cultural training
  4. direct instructors, indirect socializers, providers and controllers of opportunities. All parents use these to socialize their children.
  5. feel less close to stepchildren. tend to be polite at first(not disciplining or monitoring), but become distant and disengaged with time.more conflict between children and stepfather(bidirectional causes). Kids with stepfathers more prone to depression

5 True/False questions

  1. Contact with non-custodial fathers (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)frequency of contact not especially important for adjustment. but quality of contact does not matter


  2. Maternal employment has little impact on childrens developmentadequate supervision matter, however long hours can have negative impact on infants' cognitive development if mom returns to work before baby is 9 months old


  3. Summary for functions of familyparent-child interactions is the idea that parents affect children's characteristics, and vice versa. over time, this effect reinforces and perpetuates each party's behavior


  4. differences in children affect parenting stylephysical attractiveness; attractive children treated more affectionately. behavior and temperament; degree to which they are emotionally negative, unregulated, disobedient. perceptions of parents attitudes can impact self-image


  5. children of permissive parents areimpulsive. lack self-control. low in school achievement. more likely to have trouble in school. more likely to use drugs