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Quiz 1: Theory

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Quiz 1: Theory PSYC 2351

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Psychology of Adolescence
Dr. Miller

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Ten multiple choice questions from Chapter 1 in Adolescence by Steinberg.
Psychology of Adolescence
Dr. Miller
Class Notes
adolescence, erickson, Identity
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Date Created: 01/24/16
Juan has watched his father handle disagreements with neighbors by speaking calmly and being willing to leave politely if tempers flared At school Juan39s teachers have noticed that he has become the peacemaker when arguments arise Juan is also the only student willing to walk away rather than fight According to Bandura Juan39s behavior is a result of a observational learning b a strong superego c reinforcement d a warm and loving family Which of the following developmental characteristics would be the least likely to be included in a study of cognitive processes in adolescents a Language learning b Memory for faces c Solving problems d Grief response Sam age 16 has just shaved his hair into a mohawk and has pierced his ear His parents are puzzled because just last month Sam dyed his hair orange and would wear only certain colors According to Erikson Sam a is trying to fit in with his peer group b is trying to figure out his ideal hair style color and clothing style c is developing his identity d is trying to rebel against his parents A Skinnerian behaviorist is most likely to investigate which of the following research questions a Which forms of parental praise will increase sharing among siblings b Do children learn prejudicial views from their parents or from their peers c How do boys resolve their feelings of competition with their fathers d What learning strategies do adolescents use to recall information 1 points A psychologist is conducting research to determine how adolescents interact with and influence their peers According to BronfenbrennerOs ecological contextual theory which context is this a Mesosystem b Exosystem c Macrosystem d Microsyste m Which of the following statements about Hall39s views on adolescence is FALSE a Hall believed that the environment plays a critical role in adolescent development b Hall believed that adolescence is a time of mood swings c Hall stressed the importance of biological and evolutionary contributors to adolescent development d Hall was the first to theorize about and systematically study adolescent development Jonah believes that adolescents are the way they are mostly due to societal and cultural influences His belief is in accord with a Hall b Mead c Aristotle d Plato Which of the following statements is the best example of a theory a Teenagers who watch more TV are more aggressive b Playing violent video games increases the likelihood of aggressive behavior by altering brain functioning c Thirtyyear old male criminals have elevated levels of testosterone compared to other thirtyyearold males d Teenagers who play firstperson shooter video games are more likely to be convicted of a crime later in life Brenda is out shopping at a mall and sees a shirt that she really wants to have She has very little money in her account and she knows that she could easily slip the shirt into her bag and leave the store If her superego could talk what would it say a Put it on layaway b Stealing is wrong 0 Buy it YouOII be able to pay for it when you get paid next week d Take it These shirts are way overpriced anyway


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