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5 Matching questions

  1. Families
  2. Delinquency (Conduct disorder)
  3. Adolescent Suicide
  4. Chan/Raboy/Patterson Family Study
  5. Conduct Disorder
  1. a Refers only to intentional law breaking; factors: lower IQ in teens-especially those who show more serious or violent offenses, variations in self-esteem (low self esteem or unrealistically high self esteem-narcissism)
  2. b 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
  3. c Form a system of interacting elements that mutually influence each other; larger system includes extended, friends, teacher, institutions, etc
  4. d NO diff in lesbian couples, single lesbian moms, heterosexual couples, single heterosexual moms
  5. e Internalizing Problem; Risk factors: depression, behavior problem, family history, chemical abuse

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Gifted children better in many areas (health, range of interests, successfulness)
  2. Systems child has direct personal experience with; Bronfenbrenner
  3. Higher rates of delinquency, behavior problems in school, lower grades
  4. Type of psychological disorder; refers to depression, anxiety, or eating disorders, including deviant behavior that is largely direct against the individual themselves; Eating disorder, depression, suicide
  5. Doesn't work in short-term; negative effects: parent reinforced use of spanking more for s-t relief of bad behavior, lean neg parenting model, learn strong emotional message of anger, rejection, and dislike of child; children spanked less are more popular and less aggressive

5 True/False questions

  1. Authoritarian Parenting StyleHigh control, high maturity demands, low communication, low nurture

          

  2. Responsiveness; Family Emotional ToneSensitive to child's cues and reacts appropriately

          

  3. Children of Adolescent MothersPreschoolers less cognitively competent; when teens: higher risks for truancy, fighting with peers, early sexual activity; (single parent family)

          

  4. ADHD HyperactivityInternalizing Problem; Risk factors: depression, behavior problem, family history, chemical abuse

          

  5. ExosystemsForm a system of interacting elements that mutually influence each other; larger system includes extended, friends, teacher, institutions, etc