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Reference 1. Which of the following would not be considered a transition-linked turning point?




Reference 1. Which of the following would not be considered a transition-linked turning point?;A.a. Taking a part time job;B.b. Puberty;C.c. Entering high school;Reference 2. Which of the following would be considered a transition-linked turning point signaling entry into adolescence?;A.a. Going to the homecoming dance;B.b. A Jewish Bar Mitzvah, Catholic Confirmation, or similar religious rite of passage;C.c. Getting into the school play, choir, or student government;D.d. Getting a passport or social security card;Reference 3. Lerner (1996) identified the four traits that characterize adolescence as;A.a. relative plasticity, relationism, historical embeddedness, and storm and stress.;B.b. relative plasticity, relationism, physical maturity, and storm and stress.;C.c. relative plasticity, relationism, historical embeddedness, and diversity and individual difference.;D.d. relative plasticity, diversity and difference, storm and stress, and relationism.;Reference 4. In Lerner's model of adolescent transition, the term relative plasticity refers to;A.a. an ever-present potential for developmental change regardless of contextual limitation.;B.b. limitations on change imposed by developmental contextualism.;C.c. developmental changes being triggered by the flexibility of relations with others.;D.d. diversity and individual difference.;Reference 5. In Lerner's model of adolescent transition, the term relationism refers to;A.a. the idea that the potential for change exists despite possible contextual limitations.;B.b. the variety of ways humans learn to cope with their environments.;C.c. change being meaningful only in its historical context.;D.d. the idea that the basis for change lies in the multiple levels of the individual's relationships with others.;Reference 20. As it relates to the perspective of Anna Freud, the term __________________ refers to extreme religiosity engaged in by the teenager in an effort to overcome powerful sexual drives.;A.a. abstinence;B.b. reaction formation;C.c. asceticism;D.d. sublimation;Reference 18. According to Anna Freud, the use of defense mechanisms;A.a. increases anxiety and creates new stresses.;B.b. is the best way to handle adolescent stresses.;C.c. is a sign of mental illness.;D.d. increases most students' popularity.;Reference 7. For boys, the most dependable predictor of the onset of adolescence is;A.a. the initial growth of pubic hair.;B.b. an increase in the production of testosterone and androgen.;C.c. an increase in the production of progesterone.;D.d. the initial urge to be independent from parents;Reference 8. Who is considered the "father" of adolescent psychology?;A.a. Jean Piaget;B.b. Erik Erikson;C.c. John Hill;D.d. G. Stanley Hall;Reference 13. Hall's main contribution to the study of the onset of adolescence and adolescent behavior was;A.a. generating interest in the further empirical study of adolescence.;B.b. establishing a time frame for the onset of adolescence.;C.c. providing insight into the nature of the mood changes commonly associated with adolescence.;D.d. providing a model on which current theories of adolescence are based.;Reference 6. Adam is a teen who works hard every day and has pride in his work. He feels he plays an important role in his family, which gives him purpose. He makes sure he contributes more to the family than they spend on him. Adam is;A.a. most likely from a farm family of the nineteenth century.;B.b. most likely a well raised child of today.;C.c. most likely being stunted in his vocational and social growth.;D.d. most likely from an intact (not divorced) family.;Reference 26. Leland and Sienna have two daughters they love dearly. Both girls are in gifted programs in their school. Leland and Sienna make few rules and provide little discipline. They do, however, talk often with their daughters about moral and ethical issues, and expect them to base their behavior on these discussions. What type of parenting style do they employ?;A.a. Permissive;B.b. Nurturing;C.c. Authoritative;D.d. Authoritarian;Reference 7. In the nineteenth century and early part of the twentieth century, children relied on their parents more than now for all of the following EXCEPT;A.a. vocational instruction.;B.b. educational instruction.;C.c. social instruction.;D.d. peer-norm guidance.;Reference 8. During the early part of the last century, adolescents relied mainly on __________________ for learning social skills.;A.a. schools;B.b. neighbors;C.c. parents;D.d. siblings;Reference 9. Youngblade and associates (2007) found that one of the most important ways to influence positive social, academic, and emotional outcomes in adolescents was to include ________ in the effort.;A.a. parents;B.b. neighbors;C.c. peers;D.d. schools;Reference 10. According to a survey conducted by the Who's Who organization, parents tend to ___________ how often their teenagers cheat on tests, contemplate suicide, and have sex.;A.a. overestimate;B.b. underestimate;C.c. properly estimate;D.d. It is unclear based upon the data.;Reference 12. According to the Who's Who Special Report, approximately how many teenagers have worries about pregnancy?;A.a. 46 percent;B.b. 22 percent;C.c. 19 percent;D.d. 33 percent;Reference 13. When surveyed, about 37 percent of parents believed their teenager had probably cheated on a test, when in reality about __________________ actually had.;A.a. 25 percent;B.b. 76 percent;C.c. 50 percent;D.d. 43 percent;Reference 21. Anna's parents have an adversarial relationship. As a result, Anna's father turns to her for affection and support. This father-daughter alliance contributes most to the daughter's;A.a. having an adversarial relationship with the mother.;B.b. depression and anxiety.;C.c. sense of responsibility.;D.d. self-esteem.;Reference 25. Parents who use a(n) __________________ parenting style do not engage in disciplinary measures and have little control over their children.;A.a. nurturing;B.b. authoritative;C.c. authoritarian;D.d. permissive


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