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Exam 2 Study Guide Chapters 4 8 9 12 6 Chapter 4 Vocab Generational Neglectful Sibling rivalry Dissonance Demandingness Corporal Punishment Sib deidenti cation Responsiveness Behavioral Genetics Shared environ In uences Authoritative Passive geneenvironment Nonshared correlation environ in uences Authorita rian Evocative geneenviro Corr lndulgent Active geneenviro Corr Low impulsivity High impulsivity Concepts 1 How would a argument between a parent and teen about cleaning the teens room be cognitively explained What parent is more likely to have con ict with the teen Explain how the four parenting styles t into the independent dimensions Demandingness and Responsiveness and give examples of behavior for each style What are the outcomes of the child s behavior according to the parenting style Where do you see ethnic differences in parenting styles and response to those styles Describe the reciprocal relationship between parenting styles and child temperament How are sibling relationships different from parentchild relationships Explain the web of connections between parent sibling and peer relationships What ndings had been made about the in uence of genetics and environment on behavior In what ways can a child shape their environment with their genetics 9 What do US divorce rates look like in the present What ethnic differences are there 10 Describe the impact of divorce on the child What living arrangement would you suggest to a family that is going through a divorce 11 What is the impact of remarriage Chapter 8 Vocab Self Actual Baseline Intimacy Identity Openness conception self vs diffused 5 Isolation Self esteem dea self Global Identity Bicultural Conscientious self Status ness esteem Identity Feared Domain Identity Assimilate Extraversion self self Achieved d esteem Future False self Erikson s Identity Marginaliz Agreeableness orientation stg Moratoriu ed theory m Differentiati Barometri Identity Foreclose Separated Neuroticism on of self c vs role d identity uctuatio confusio ns n Concepts 1 Describe the three aspects of the selfsystem 2 What are three types of self in the multifaceted view of the self 3 What is the false self and who is that usually displayed the most to 4 What are the theories on the cause of developing and using the false self 5 Is selfesteem continuous throughout the day If not how and why does it change 6 What is the difference between global and domain speci c self esteem 7 What are the top 5 contributors to global selfesteem in teens 8 9 10 11 12 Who has higher in uence on selfesteem on a person during adolescence What are the ethnic and gender differences in selfesteem Describe the consequences of a high and low selfesteem What stages in erikson s ldentity crises stage theory correspond with adolescence Explain the two dimensions that determine ldentity status and the 4 different statuses James Marcia Describe the ethnic identity status phinney et al 13 How do the 5 traits from Big 5 t into the identity statuses from Marcia s dimensions Chapter 9 Vocab Autonomy Behavioral Emotional Cognitive Autonomy Autonomy Autonomy Detachment lndividuation Heteronomous Preconventional Freud Piaget Kohlberg Conventional Post Spirituality Religiosity Kohlberg conventional Kohlberg Concepts 1 How are autonomy and the development of the identity tied 2 What are the key differences in Anna Freud and Peter Bles theories on the development of emotional autonomy How do you see emotional autonomy reveal itself in the behavior of the adolescent What factors of decision making are enhanced during the teen years How does susceptibility to parent and peer pressure change during the teen years When are teens most vulnerable Describe Redlich and Goodman s 2003 research project quotdon t touch the alt keyquot and their ndings 9 10 11 Compare Piaget s Kohlberg s and Gilligan s theories on the development of cognitive autonomy What was quotthe Trolley Problemquot Greene et al 2001 study and the ndings What did Bandura have to say about moral behavior and reasoning What ndings came from the study on views on peer and dating violence in the Cauffman et al 2000 study Describe the difference between spirituality and religiosity as it relates to teens and adolescence Chapter 12 Vocab Achievement Scholastic School Academic Educational Achievement performance Achievement Attainment Selfef cacy Stereotype Fixedentity Malleable Intrinsic threat beliefs beliefs motivation Extrinsic Learned Self Occupational crystallizatio motivation helplessness Handicappin achievement n 9 Speci cation Cultural Social Capital capital Concepts 1 What is achievement and why is it important in adolescence 2 3 What is a good predictor for scholastic achievement What are the national rate and global comparison for the trend of drop out rates lnclude ethnic comparisons How do stereotypes effect selfef cacy Describe Steele amp Quincy study on math related stereotypes What is the relationship between xedmalleable beliefs and performance 10 Explain the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation What perceived attributors to performance are healthy How can home environment in uence achievement motives and beliefs Describe any disadvantages presented by lower SES on Scholastic achievement and motivation What ethnic differences can be seen in educational achievement Describe the Finnamp Rock 1997 study and the implications What interventions can be made in the school system for atrisk students Chapter 6 Vocab Secondary Comprehensi No child left Tracking education ve high behind school Big shlittle Student Zero Mainstreamin pond effect engagement tolerance g Concepts 1 When did the comprehensive high school system come about 2 What did school reformation look like between 1950 and now 3 Why has school reform failed in urban innercity schools 4 Is a bigger or smaller sized school better Why What is the ideal size 5 What are the general different types of school transition plans how effective are each compared to the others Describe the environmental and climate changes made when transitioning into secondary school What is tracking and what pros and cons are there 8 What is the big sh littlepond phenomenon 9 What is the zero tolerance and its effect on student achievement and behavior 10Describe the relationship between teacher selfef cacy and student intrinsic values on math
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