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5 Matching questions

  1. Authoritative Parented Children
  2. Ethnic and Socioeconomic Differences (Steinberg and Dornbusch) Authoritative
  3. Mental Retardation
  4. Role of Punishment
  5. Against Physical Punishment
  1. a Involve some negative consequence; range with holding privilege to grounding to spanking
  2. b Higher self-esteem, more independent, more likely to comply with parental requests, self-confident, achievement -oriented, better grades; high outcomes
  3. c 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
  4. d 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)
  5. e Most common in white, middle class, intact families; least common in Asian families; best outcomes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Systems child has direct personal experience with; Bronfenbrenner
  2. Family is the filter through which the larger society influences child development; environments are interrelated and mesh with the biological make-up of the individual ; includes: microsystems, mesosystem, exosystems, macrosystems
  3. Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorders
  4. Pattern of behavior that is unusual in a child's culture and interferes with his or her psychological, social, and/or educational functioning; three categories: attention problems, externalizing problems, internalizing problems
  5. Preschoolers less cognitively competent; when teens: higher risks for truancy, fighting with peers, early sexual activity; (single parent family)

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. Baumrind/Macoby&Martin Parenting StylesAuthoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, Neglecting; parental involvement/acceptance/responsiveness versus parental control

          

  3. Oppositional Defiant Disorders (ODD)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)

          

  4. Authoritative ParentSet limites on behavior using reassurance and explanation and displays a high degree of nurturance; expect and reinforce socially mature behaviors; respond to individual needs; disciplines appropriately (time out or mild punishment); school involvement

          

  5. Adolescent Onset Conduct DisorderHigh level aggression, argumentative, bullying, disobedience, irritable, threatening behavior before age 10; ODD+threatening behavior: related to difficult temperament, lower IQ, insecure, disorganized attachments