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How is an adolescent crowd different from an adolescent clique?

How is an adolescent crowd different from an adolescent clique?

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School: University of Houston
Department: Psychology
Course: Child Development
Professor: Miller
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: peers, controversial children, sensorimotor play, constructive play, cliques, crowds, and friendship
Cost: 25
Name: Ch. 15: Peers Quiz
Description: These questions are based off of the 13th edition of Child Development by John Santrock.
Uploaded: 12/07/2015
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QUESTION 1


How is an adolescent crowd different from an adolescent clique?



Children's friendships serve the purpose of helping children maintain an impression of themselves as competent and attractive, which Gottman and Parker (1987) call

ego support.

a

.

b

companionship.

.

c

physical support.

.

d

social comparison.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 2

Neglected children are

a

infrequently nominated as someone's best friend and are actively disliked by their peers. .

b

frequently nominated as someone's best friend and are actively disliked by their peers. .


It is the most consistent finding in the last two decades of research on friendships is that one important feature of friendship is what?



infrequently nominated as someone's best friend and are not disliked by their

c

.

peers.

d

frequently nominated as someone's best friend and are not disliked by their peers. .

1 points 

QUESTION 3

How is an adolescent crowd different from an adolescent clique?

a

Crowds are smaller and more personally demanding. .

Cliques are smaller and more intimate.

b

.

c

Crowds are larger and more cohesive.

.

d

Cliques are larger and more impersonal.


Bill is in 7th grade and seems to have a lot of good friends and a lot of enemies. in which social status would he most likely be categorized?



.

1 points 

QUESTION 4

Which is not an example of peer relations?

a

talking on the telephone with a friend from the same grade level We also discuss several other topics like What is the first electronic computer?

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We also discuss several other topics like Who is miss eufrasia morales?

b

going to a dance with friends

.

playing with a sibling

c

.

d

meeting friends for a school activity

.

1 points 

QUESTION 5

When you are informed that 8­year­old Gerald was named "most popular" by his classmates, you would least expect him to be identified as

conceited.

a

.

b

talkative.

.

c

self­confident.

.

d

attentive. We also discuss several other topics like What is the yerkes-dodson law?

.

1 points 

QUESTION 6

When 5­year­old Austin takes the cardboard cylinder found in the center of a roll of toilet paper, looks through it, and says, "I'm a sailor searching for a whale," he is engaging in _________ play.

a

practice

.

symbolic

b

.

c

constructive

.

d

sensorimotor

.

1 points 

QUESTION 7

The most consistent finding in the last two decades of research on friendships is that one important feature of friendship is

a

competition.

. If you want to learn more check out What is the formula for the marginal product of labor (mpl)?

b

secrecy.

.

intimacy.

c

.

d

generativity.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 8

If Paul becomes a great hockey player as an adult, his father might reflect back on the hours of skating that Paul did as a child that served as a foundation of his current superior status. In doing so, Paul's father is noting the important role that _________________ play has in developing sporting skills. If you want to learn more check out It is a small stone structure built atop a larger structure to admit light, what is it?

a .

symbolic

b

pretend

.

practice

c

.

d

sensorimotor

.

1 points 

QUESTION 9

Bill is in 7th grade and seems to have a lot of good friends AND a lot of enemies. In which social status would he most likely be categorized?

controversi

a

.

al

b

popular

.

c

well­rounded

.

d

divided

.

1 points 

QUESTION 10

Dodge (2010) found that aggressive boys are more likely to perceive another child's actions as

hostile when their intentions are

a

.

ambiguous.

b

ambiguous when their intentions are hostile. .

c

friendly when their intentions are hostile. .

d

hostile when their intentions are hostile..

QUESTION 1

Children's friendships serve the purpose of helping children maintain an impression of themselves as competent and attractive, which Gottman and Parker (1987) call

ego support.

a

.

b

companionship.

.

c

physical support.

.

d

social comparison.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 2

Neglected children are

a

infrequently nominated as someone's best friend and are actively disliked by their peers. .

b

frequently nominated as someone's best friend and are actively disliked by their peers. .

infrequently nominated as someone's best friend and are not disliked by their

c

.

peers.

d

frequently nominated as someone's best friend and are not disliked by their peers. .

1 points 

QUESTION 3

How is an adolescent crowd different from an adolescent clique?

a

Crowds are smaller and more personally demanding. .

Cliques are smaller and more intimate.

b

.

c

Crowds are larger and more cohesive.

.

d

Cliques are larger and more impersonal.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 4

Which is not an example of peer relations?

a

talking on the telephone with a friend from the same grade level

.

b

going to a dance with friends

.

playing with a sibling

c

.

d

meeting friends for a school activity

.

1 points 

QUESTION 5

When you are informed that 8­year­old Gerald was named "most popular" by his classmates, you would least expect him to be identified as

conceited.

a

.

b

talkative.

.

c

self­confident.

.

d

attentive.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 6

When 5­year­old Austin takes the cardboard cylinder found in the center of a roll of toilet paper, looks through it, and says, "I'm a sailor searching for a whale," he is engaging in _________ play.

a

practice

.

symbolic

b

.

c

constructive

.

d

sensorimotor

.

1 points 

QUESTION 7

The most consistent finding in the last two decades of research on friendships is that one important feature of friendship is

a

competition.

.

b

secrecy.

.

intimacy.

c

.

d

generativity.

.

1 points 

QUESTION 8

If Paul becomes a great hockey player as an adult, his father might reflect back on the hours of skating that Paul did as a child that served as a foundation of his current superior status. In doing so, Paul's father is noting the important role that _________________ play has in developing sporting skills.

a .

symbolic

b

pretend

.

practice

c

.

d

sensorimotor

.

1 points 

QUESTION 9

Bill is in 7th grade and seems to have a lot of good friends AND a lot of enemies. In which social status would he most likely be categorized?

controversi

a

.

al

b

popular

.

c

well­rounded

.

d

divided

.

1 points 

QUESTION 10

Dodge (2010) found that aggressive boys are more likely to perceive another child's actions as

hostile when their intentions are

a

.

ambiguous.

b

ambiguous when their intentions are hostile. .

c

friendly when their intentions are hostile. .

d

hostile when their intentions are hostile..

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