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Mariddie is a Western Apache teenager who has just experienced menarche. What reaction should she

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1. Mariddie is a Western Apache teenager who has just experienced menarche. What reaction should she expect from those around her? (Points: 2);There will be an elaborate celebration in her honor.;She will be married within a week.;Her hair will be cut short, and she will be expected to go into the wilderness to kill a small animal (e.g., rabbit).;She will be ostracized from the tribe for one month.;2. Which statement concerning the timing of puberty in males and females is true? (Points: 2);The onset of menarche in females typically occurs a few years prior to the typical onset of spermarche in males.;The onset of menarche in females typically occurs a few years after the typical onset of spermarche in males.;The onset of menarche in females typically occurs around the same time as the onset of spermarche in males.;The onset of menarche in females typically occurs almost a decade after the typical onset of spermarche in males.;3. Which best describes the typical response to body image during puberty? (Points: 2);Females worry more about appearance, but males are more dissatisfied with their appearance.;Males worry more about appearance, but females are more dissatisfied with their appearance.;Males worry more about appearance and are more dissatisfied with their appearance.;Females worry more about appearance and are more dissatisfied with their appearance.;4. Concerning puberty, what is the "off-time hypothesis?" (Points: 2);the idea that early maturation in males gives them a great advantage in sports;the idea that steroids and other supplements can accelerate the onset of puberty;the idea that late puberty in females gives some "off-time" that they can use to mature in nonphysical ways;the idea that it is better to experience physical change at the same time as most of your peers;5. Ashley is an anorexic who has lost significant weight yet refuses to seek any treatment. This is a potentially life-threatening decision, as about ____ of people in her situation die of symptoms related to the eating disorder. (Points: 2);15%;25%;35%;45%;6. Research has shown that _________________________. (Points: 2);overprotective parenting is related to bulimia and anorexia;childhood obesity is related to bulimia and anorexia;overprotective parenting is related to bulimia but not anorexia;childhood obesity is related to bulimia but not anorexia;7. According to the text, programs that effectively assist obese children in losing weight tend to _________________________. (Points: 2);emphasize the need to follow external cues when deciding when to eat;encourage children to become more sedentary;totally eliminate meat from their diets;have parents monitor their own lifestyles to serve as good models for proper eating;8. In order to enhance his baseball performance, Barry has been taking steroids. In recent months, he has begun to experience some medical problems. Which of the following of his problems would be least likely to be the result of steroid use? (Points: 2);liver damage;depression;cardiovascular malfunction;obsessive-compulsive behavior;9. Based on past research, one would predict that a strong association with American culture would have the most detrimental effects on the ethnic self-concept of ___________________________. (Points: 2);Jose, who is Latino American;Chang, who is Asian American;Naomi, who is African American;Ola, who is European American;10. What is the best description of the relationship between strength of ethnic identity and self-esteem? (Points: 2);cause and effect;positive correlation;negative correlation;no correlation;11. Adolescent egocentrism involves excessive __________________________________. (Points: 2);convergent thought;achievement;self-absorption;depression;12. When Molly hears that several people in her geometry class think she's great, it is likely to _____________________. (Points: 2);increase her self-esteem;decrease her self-esteem;have no effect on her self-esteem;alter her ethnic identity;13. Tim says that he doesn't use condoms when he has sex because he's "too afraid to go buy them." This best fits with the ____ reason for not using contraceptives. (Points: 2);lack of motivation;lack of access;ignorance;illusion of invulnerability;14. A major theme of most date rape prevention workshops is to _________________________________. (Points: 2);establish good communication about sex;avoid sexual relationships;re-establish traditional sex roles;never struggle as an attack is occurring;15. Sid and Nancy are out on their fifth date. Which factor is least likely to increase the possibility of an acquaintance rape occurring? (Points: 2);Sid is drinking heavily.;Nancy is drinking heavily.;Nancy strongly identifies with the stereotypical view of women.;Nancy struggles with Sid when he makes unwanted advances.;16. According to the text, who has the least effective plan for decreasing the probability of teenage pregnancy in a school population? (Points: 2);Ira, who says, "We need to convince our young people that teenage pregnancy can happen to them.;Denise, who says, "Teenage women should be more informed about how difficult it is to be a teenage parent.;Afi, who says, "We must do a better job of informing our students about contraception.;Dmitri, who says, "To eliminate teenage pregnancy, we must limit access to contraceptives.;17. Which teenager is most "at risk" for engaging in delinquent behavior? (Points: 2);Bert, who spends a lot of supervised time at home;Ernie, whose parents utilize very consistent discipline techniques;Kermit, who is unable to significantly delay his need for personal gratification;Grover, whose parents and other close relatives seldom display aggressive behavior;18. The most effective non-drug interventions for teenage depression focus on _____________. (Points: 2);instilling a sense of learned helplessness;suppressing adolescents' feelings toward their parents;mapping the genetic history of the adolescent;teaching social skills;19. Approximately ____ of all violent crimes in the United States are committed by adolescents. (Points: 2);15%;30%;45%;60%;20. While counseling a friend who is having trouble with his girlfriend, 13-year-old Sigmund decides that he has a talent for helping people deal with their problems and decides that he should pursue a career as a clinical psychologist. Sigmund's response matches Super's ____ stage of career development. (Points: 2);implementation;specification;realistic;crystallization

 

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