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5 Matching questions

  1. Causes of ADHD (4)
  2. ADHD Inattention
  3. Family Structure
  4. Ethnic and Socioeconomic Differences (Steinberg and Dornbusch) Authoritative
  5. Discipline
  1. a Method of control based on consistency of rules; making rules and explaining consequences; greater control-great psychosocial competence
  2. b Most common in white, middle class, intact families; least common in Asian families; best outcomes
  3. c 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
  4. d How a family is legally constructed and how its members are genetically connected; two parent, blended, single parent, gay/lesbian
  5. e 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)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Biological: abnormal brain activity; Psychoanalytical: fear of growing up, childhood sexual abuse, quality of parents marriage; Discrepancy between the young person's internal image of a desired body and their perception of their own body; (thinness viewed as a requirement to be attractive)
  2. Has decreased since the 1970s; Violence leads to more violence; Conditional spanking; Spare the road and spoil the child; harsh and erratic physical punishment increases negative outcomes
  3. Sensitive to child's cues and reacts appropriately
  4. Relies on coercive techniques to discipline child; obedience, respect for authority, order, rules must be followed without discussion
  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. Externalizing ProblemsType 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

          

  2. Family Transition involves UpheavalAdaption occurs slowly, period of maximum disruption lasts years, parents find it difficult to maintain consistent monitoring and control over their children; family climate and style will move away from authoritative parenting

          

  3. Adolescents after Divorced ParentsAggressive and delinquent behaviors begin in adolescence (age 11 or later); compared to COCD: milder deviance, more transitory, more a function of hanging out with bad peers

          

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

          

  5. FamiliesHitting a child with an open hand on the buttocks or the extremities with intent to discipline without leaving a bruise or causing physical harm