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5 Matching questions

  1. Macrosystems
  2. Authoritarian Parented Children
  3. Corporal Punishment
  4. Families
  5. Bulimia
  1. a Larger cultural or subcultural settings; Bronfenbrenner
  2. b 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
  3. c Physical punishment; intentional infliction of pain on body for purposes of punishment or controlling behavior; slapping, hitting with objects, pinching, shaking, and forcing to stand for long periods of time
  4. d Form a system of interacting elements that mutually influence each other; larger system includes extended, friends, teacher, institutions, etc
  5. e Internalizing 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. Atypical Intellectual and Social Development; IQ scores lower than 70; significant problems in adaptive functioning; types: mind (55-70) moderate (40-55) severe (25-40) profound (>25)
  2. 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
  3. Atypical Intellectual and Social Development; Diagnosed when children with normal IQs and good adaptive functioning have difficulty learning to read, write, or arithmetic (6.5% US children); Causes: neurological basis, rarely shows sings of major brain damage
  4. Obvious physical damage: down syndrome, disease, teratogens, prenatal malnourishment, injury; Majority show no obvious signs of brain damage: combination of genetic and environmental conditions; parents have low IQ; Home like is highly disorganized, emotionally and cognitively deprived; Enrichment programs: counteract effects of home life for mild mr
  5. Type of psychological disorder; impair ability to concentrate; Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

5 True/False questions

  1. Positive Consequences of DivorceEscape from high conflict or abusive families, new chance for better relationships and development

          

  2. Developmental PsychopathologyAtypical Intellectual and Social Development; IQ scores lower than 70; significant problems in adaptive functioning; types: mind (55-70) moderate (40-55) severe (25-40) profound (>25)

          

  3. MicrosystemsSystems child has direct personal experience with; Bronfenbrenner

          

  4. Permissive Parented ChildrenDo less well in school as adolescents, can be aggressive, immature with peers, less likely to fake responsibility, less independent

          

  5. 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"