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Exam 1 Study Guide

by: Rachel Vigil

Exam 1 Study Guide HDFS 311

Rachel Vigil

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These are a different set of questions based on what the professor gave us. Just a set way of thinking :) Good luck on the exam!
Adoles/Early Adult Development
Rotner, Jaime Marie
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rachel Vigil on Thursday September 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HDFS 311 at Colorado State University taught by Rotner, Jaime Marie in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views.


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Date Created: 09/22/16
1. Define Adolescence: 2. What are Plato’s age ranges for infancy, childhood and adolescent? 3. How long is a life-cycle service? 4. In what time period was it made a requirement that kids should attent secondary school? 5. Define Recapitulation: 6. What are the 3 viewpoints for storm and stress 7. Instability, feeling in-between and identity exploration are characteristics of emerging adulthood. What are the other two? 8. Describe the hormone production process 9. Where is the pituaity gland located? 10. What are the sex hormones? 11. Define Asynchroncity: 12. What are 3 secondary sex characteristics for males? 13. How many immature eggs are women born with in each ovary? 14. Define spermarch 15. In early maturation, girls are at risk for 6 things. What are they? 16. What are the three theory of genotypes? 17. What type of studies were passive genotypes based off of? 18. What are is leading cause of death in adolescences? 19. What are the four Piagetian stages? 20. Define reflective judgement 21. Dualistic thinking, multiple thinking, relativism and commitment are all part of what study? 22. Define adolescence egocentrism 23. True or False – a. 18 and 19 century women were encouraged to work b. Virginity until marriage was essential c. There is more grey matter in a females brain d. Androgynous kids are less flexible and creative 24. Discuss gender roles in African American Women and Men 25. Define Gender Schema Theory 26. Define Barometic self-esteem 27. What are the ‘Selves”? 28. What are the eight domains of self image


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