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How does cognitive autonomy affect transformation in religious thinkin

How does cognitive autonomy affect transformation in religious thinkin

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How does cognitive autonomy affect transformation in religious thinking?



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With age, adolescents become more likely to consider both the risks and  benefits associated with the decisions they make and more likely to  weigh the long-term consequences of their choices, and not just the  immediate ones. According to the textbook, these improvements seem to be due to all of the following except:

b.

the decline in the extent to which decisions are influenced  

by their potential to produce an immediate reward.

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The transformation in religious thinking during adolescence can be best  understood as part of the overall development of ________ autonomy.


What of adolescents is required by the experience sampling method?



Selected Answer: a.

cognitive We also discuss several other topics like How do you know that it wants to go into the cell?

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Which of the following individuals is not especially likely to be engaged  in volunteerism?

Selected Answer: a.

Joshua, who is a male adolescent

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All of the following are reasons stated in the textbook to explain why  adolescent autonomy has attracted the attention of developmental  psychologists, except:

b.

puberty sets up a situation of the adolescent's increasing  

emotional dependence on the family.

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What is the most common type of extracurricular activity?



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More advanced levels of moral reasoning are indicative of which  parenting style?

Selected Answer: b.

authoritative

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Peers usually have more influence than parents on matters of:

Selected Answer: d.

personal taste.

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Whereas _________ refers to individuals' capacity to behave on their own,  ___________ has emotional and cognitive as well as behavioral  If you want to learn more check out What are the 5 stages in the cell cycle?

components.

Selected Answer: a.

independence; autonomy

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Albert always follows the clothing trends his friends start at school. Carl  ignores the trends at school and strictly adheres to his parents' guidelines for dressing. Which adolescent is genuinely autonomous?

Selected Answer: a.

neither Albert nor Carl

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According to the textbook, many young people find it frustrating that:

b.

they feel emotionally independent but have to abide by their

parents' rules as long as they are being supported  

economically.

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Researchers who oppose trying juvenile offenders as adults in criminal  court typically base their arguments on findings that:

Selected  Answer:

b.

mature decision making is the product of both cognitive  abilities, which mature around 16 years of age, and

psychosocial factors, which are still developing in young  

adulthood.

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According to a study by Caldwell and Darling presented in the textbook, research  indicates spending time after school with friends is most problematic under which  circumstance?

Selected Answer: it is the combination of all of the above

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In recent years, studies of adolescents' consumer behavior have noted the strong  influence teens have over one another when it comes to spending money. Advertisers  have taken advantage of Internet sites such as YouTube, MySpace, and Facebook to  utilize what kind of marketing?

Selected Answer: viral marketing

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American adolescents spend the least amount of time on _____ activities and the most  amount of time on _____ activities.

Selected Answer: productive; leisure

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What is the main difference in time-use between 15- to 17-year-olds in the late 1970s  and 15- to 17-year-olds in the early 2000s? We also discuss several other topics like Who was opposed to the new deal?

Boys had a significant decline in the proportion of time devoted to paid  

jobs and girls had a significant increase in time devoted to leisure  

activities.

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The Experience Sampling Method involves:

Selected Answer: adolescents carrying beepers and reporting their moods when  paged. We also discuss several other topics like How much bigger is the sun than the moon?

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Which theory of media's impact emphasizes the fact that adolescents choose the media  to which they are exposed?

Selected Answer: media practice model

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How are nonworking students affected when large numbers of students in their school  work?

The quality of their education suffers because many teachers lower  

classroom expectations and assign less homework.

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The most popular type of extracurricular activities is:

Selected Answer: athletics.

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Having more income than one can manage during early adolescence has been called:

Selected Answer: premature affluence.

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What kind of job is an eighth grader most likely to have?

Selected Answer: baby-sitting or childcare Don't forget about the age old question of Is aggression innate or learned?

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Researchers are particularly interested in the identity changes that occur in adolescence for all of the following reasons, except:

this is the first substantial reorganization and restructuring of the sense of

self at a time when an individual can fully appreciate the significance of  

the changes.

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Compared to minority adolescents with families that have been in the United States for  a long-time, foreign-born ethnic minority adolescents tend to perform:

worse in school, and are more likely to have emotional and behavioral

problems.

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Adolescents are most likely to behave __________ in romantic situations and with a  classmate, and they are least likely to engage in ___________ with close friends.

Selected Answer: inauthentically; false-self behavior

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How much do people's personalities differ before and after adolescence?

Selected Answer: They remain about the same.

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Mei was an impulsive preschooler. It is likely that, as an adolescent, she will be:

Selected Answer: well-adjusted.

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Gwen has recently been preoccupied with trying to understand what kind of person she  is. As an exercise, she writes out a list of 20 traits that she thinks best describe her.  According to the text, Gwen is focusing on her:

Selected Answer: self-conception.

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Identity formation is best seen as a:

Selected Answer: series of interrelated developments.

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What does the Five-Factor Model describe?

Selected Answer: personality dimensions

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According to Sellers's Multidimensional Model of Racial Identity (MMRI), three different

aspects of racial identity are important to consider in understanding discrimination and  its effects. These three components are:

Selected Answer: public regard, private regard, and perceived discrimination.

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Personality tends to become _________ as we __________.

Selected Answer: more stable; get older

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Which of the following statements about adolescents' social communication on the  Internet is most supported by scientific research?

Most adolescents use the Internet to communicate with people that they  

have never met or that they do not see in person.

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Ruben works over 20 hours a week during the school year and Marianne does not work  at all. Ruben, compared to Marianne, is more likely to:

Selected Answer: drop out of school.

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Cory works long hours. According to the research presented in the textbook, Cory might  increase in which of the following?

Selected Answer: All of the above.

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What proportion of American households has at least one television?

Except for adolescents who live in low-income, single-parent, or  

disadvantaged homes, the majority of American households have at least  

one TV.

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Which theory of media's impact emphasizes the reciprocal link between adolescents'  preferences and their media exposure and that adolescents not only choose what they

are exposed to but interpret the media in ways that shape their impact?

Selected Answer: media practice model

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What kind of job is an eighth grader most likely to have?

Selected Answer: baby-sitting or childcare

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Based on the Five Cs of positive youth development, which "C" stands for a sense of  sympathy and empathy for others?

Selected Answer: caring

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In recent years, studies of adolescents' consumer behavior have noted the strong  influence teens have over one another when it comes to spending money. Advertisers  have taken advantage of Internet sites such as YouTube, MySpace, and Facebook to  utilize what kind of marketing?

Selected Answer: viral marketing

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With respect to the rate of unemployment, which of the following is a "recent"  

phenomenon?

the high rate of unemployment for high school dropouts and non

college-bound high school graduates

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Research evaluating media messages about sex and drugs finds that:

repeated exposure to these messages is likely to have an effect on  

adolescent attitudes and beliefs.

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Which of the following statements regarding sex differences in self-perceptions is  accurate?

Early adolescent girls are more likely to say negative things about  

themselves than same-aged boys.

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Compared to minority adolescents with families that have been in the United States for  a long-time, foreign-born ethnic minority adolescents tend to perform:

better in school, but are more likely to be involved in delinquent  

behavior.

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Which of the following factors is the most important predictor of overall self-esteem?

Selected Answer: physical appearance self-esteem

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The key to resolving the crisis of identity versus identity diffusion, according to Erikson,  is:

Selected Answer: interactions with others.

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According to the textbook, which of the following might make individuals especially  vulnerable to the effects of stress?

Selected Answer: low sense of self-worth

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Rose is transitioning into adolescence and Sally will be starting her senior year of high  school in the fall. According to research presented in the textbook, who is more likely to  experience disruptions in self-image?

Selected Answer: Rose

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Gwen has recently been preoccupied with trying to understand what kind of person she  is. As an exercise, she writes out a list of 20 traits that she thinks best describe her.  According to the text, Gwen is focusing on her:

Selected Answer: self-conception.

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2 out of 2 points 

How much do people's personalities differ before and after adolescence?

Selected Answer: They remain about the same.

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Adolescents are most likely to behave __________ in romantic situations and with a  classmate, and they are least likely to engage in ___________ with close friends.

Selected Answer: inauthentically; false-self behavior

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Findings from research studies have found that the most marked fluctuations in self image occur:

Selected Answer: during the transition into adolescence.

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With age, adolescents become more likely to consider both the risks and  benefits associated with the decisions they make and more likely to  weigh the long-term consequences of their choices, and not just the  immediate ones. According to the textbook, these improvements seem to be due to all of the following except:

b.

the increase in the probability that decision making is  

influenced by emotions.

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2 out of 2 points 

Selected  Answer:

Individuals are more likely to engage in risky behavior when they see the behavior as:

Selected Answer: b.

a personal choice rather than an ethical dilemma.

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Whereas _________ refers to individuals' capacity to behave on their own,  ___________ has emotional and cognitive as well as behavioral

components.

Selected Answer: b.

independence; autonomy

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As Barbara moves into adolescence, her relationship with her mother  and father changes. She is becoming less dependent on them and more  dependent on herself. She also realizes that her parents are not always  right. Which type of autonomy is Barbara expressing?

Selected Answer: b.

emotional autonomy

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Which statement about conformity to peers is most true?

d.

Conformity is higher during early and middle adolescence  

than later adolescence, especially when the behavior in  

question is antisocial.

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Which statement about autonomy in adolescence is false?

Selected Answer: b.

Autonomy is closely related to adolescent rebellion.

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When Lenny gets frustrated or upset, he turns to his peers rather than  his parents for support. As a matter of fact, Lenny relies on his peers  more than his parents for most things. Lenny is probably from:

Selected Answer: c.

an authoritative home.

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During childhood, boys and girls are:

Selected  Answer:

a.

highly oriented toward their parents and far less oriented

toward their peers.

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When is an adolescent most likely to question his or her religious  

beliefs?

Selected Answer: a.

during the early years of college

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As children approach adolescence, children become somewhat _____  oriented toward their parents; and _____ oriented toward their peers, and  peer pressure begins to _____.

Selected Answer: d.

less; more; escalate

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