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5 Matching questions

  1. Exosystems
  2. Atypical Development
  3. Authoritarian Parenting Style
  4. Children of Adolescent Mothers
  5. Conduct Disorder
  1. a 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. b Preschoolers less cognitively competent; when teens: higher risks for truancy, fighting with peers, early sexual activity; (single parent family)
  3. c High control, high maturity demands, low communication, low nurture
  4. d Not directly affected but affects a microsystem (ex. family); Bronfenbrenner
  5. e Behaviors that are unusual or parts of an enduring pattern that infers with a child's development in significant ways

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. School performance and Asian families; Asian belief of importance of education for future; good peer support for academic achievement
  2. Fails to pay attention to details, difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play, doesn't seem to listen, doesn't seem to follow instruction, difficulty organizing tasks and activities, avoids engaging in tasks that require sustained mental effort, loses necessary things for tasks and activities, easily distracted by extraneous stimuli, often forgetful in daily activities
  3. 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)
  4. Woman income drops 40-50% after divorce
  5. Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, Neglecting; parental involvement/acceptance/responsiveness versus parental control

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. Single Parent FamilyToday: 74% (1970-95%) Optimal situation=nuclear families (husband, wife, biological, offspring); adoptive family: nonbiological offspring; other: blended

          

  3. ADHD ImpulsivityFidgets with hand/feet and squirms in seat, leaves seat during class, run/climbs excessively when inappropriate, difficulty engaging in leisure activities quietly, "on the go" as is "driven by a motor"

          

  4. 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

          

  5. GiftednessAtypical Intellectual and Social Development; Exceptional specific talents (musical, artistic, mathematical, or spacial). IQ above 130; same social and emotional problems as normal IQ children