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Quiz 10: Chapter 9 - Autonomy

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Quiz 10: Chapter 9 - Autonomy PSYC 2351

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Ten multiple-choice questions from Chapter 9 of Adolescence by L. Steinberg.
Psychology of Adolescence
Dr. Miller
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Autonomy, adolescence, Psychology of Adolescence, moral character, moral identity, moral personality, emotional autonomy, value autonomy
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Date Created: 04/15/16
QUESTION 1  Jane has decided not to go along with her friends and drink after school. She realizes that this is  wrong, and decides not to give in to the peer pressure. What type of autonomy is Jane  exhibiting?    a.  behavioral    b.  emotional    c.  value    d.  none of the above  1 points    QUESTION 2  Parents who use a lot of psychological control are best characterized as being:    a.  emotionally close and permissive.    b.  overprotective and intrusive.    c.  emotionally distant and critical.    d.  intrusive and emotionally distant.                            1 points    QUESTION 3  Which of the following behaviors is characteristic of increased emotional autonomy among  adolescents?    a.  Adolescents are eager to get their parents help and advice with problems.    b.  Adolescents feel their parents are all­knowing and all­powerful.    c.  Adolescents are able to see their parents as people.    d.  Adolescents have difficulty sympathizing with their parents' problems.  1 points    QUESTION 4  If you have (a) strong ______, you will not give in to peer pressure even when you are  distracted or discouraged.    a.  moral identity    b.  moral personality    c.  moral motivation    d.  moral  character  1 points    QUESTION 5  For which of the following questions is an adolescent most likely to turn to outside experts for  advice?    a.  What steps do I need to take to get admitted to  college?    b.  Does this outfit look nice?    c.  Are my friends really nerds?    d.  Is the University of Michigan a fun place to go to college?  1 points    QUESTION 6  Mrs. Smith is unable to accept her son's long hair and loud music. She responds to his  individuality by devaluing and judging rather than questioning and probing. What type of  behavior is Mrs. Smith demonstrating?    a.  enabling    b.  autonomous    c.  constrainin g    d.  distracting  1 points                                                         QUESTION 7  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?    a.  Albert    b.  Carl    c.  neither Albert nor  Carl    d.  both Albert and Carl  QUESTION 8  Peter was not ready for his final exam in his Adolescent Psychology class. His friend offers to let  him cheat off his exam. Peter decides not to cheat because he is too afraid of getting caught  and kicked out of school (i.e., getting punished for the behavior). In this example, Peter would  be considered in stage ____ of moral reasoning.    a.  one: heteronomous morality    b.  two: individualism, instrumental purpose, and exchange    c.  four: social systems    d.  five: social contract  1 points    QUESTION 9  If you answered a dilemma about stealing with the moral reasoning that "you should not steal  because it is breaking the law", Kohlberg would put you in _______.    a.  Individualism, instrumental purpose, and exchange (stage 2)    b.  Heteronomous morality (stage 1)    c.  Social systems morality (stage 4)    d.  Social contract or utility and individual rights (stage 5)  QUESTION 10  Peers usually have more influence than parents on matters of:    a.  work.    b.  education.    c.  personal taste.    d.  admired personal qualities.   


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