You go to a convenience store to buy candy and find the owner to be rather odd. He allows you to buy pieces in multiples of four, and to buy four, you need $0.23. He only allows you to do this by using 3 pennies and 2 dimes. You have a bunch of pennies and dimes, and instead of counting them, you decide to weigh them. You have 636.3 g of pennies, and each penny weighs 3.03 g. Each dime weighs 2.29 g. Each piece of candy weighs 10.23 g. a. How many pennies do you have? b. How many dimes do you need to buy as much candy as possible? c. How much should all these dimes weigh? d. How many pieces of candy could you buy? (number of dimes from part b) e. How much would this candy weigh? f. How many pieces of candy could you buy with twice as many dimes?
QUESTION 1 Which of the following statements would support the Ônature' argument for gender socialization a Mothers place more restrictions on their daughters' autonomy when compared to restrictions . placed on their sons' autonomy. b A flood of hormones causes adolescents to incorporate sexuality into their gender . attitudes and behavior. c Some researchers have concluded that the elementary school playground is Ògender schoolÓ . d Boys get more instruction from teachers than girls when they have trouble with a question. . 1 points QUESTION 2 James has flunked out of high school, has severed all of his ties with family and friends, and has no sense of where he is headed. According to Erikson, James is experiencing: a. identity diffusion. b. negative identity. c. identity foreclosure. d. psychosocial moratorium. 1 points QUESTION 3 During childhood, Cathy had high selfesteem. As she enters adolescence, Cathy's selfesteem is most likely to: a. increase. b. remain the same or increase. c. remain the same or decrease. d. decrease. QUESTION 4 Kurt is 15 and spends most of his energy wondering who he is and what kind of person he will become. Erikson would describe him as facing the crisis called: a. basic trust versus mistrust. b. autonomy versus shame and doubt. c. industry versus inferiority. d. identity versus identity diffusion. 1 points QUESTION 5 Jason is normally a very outgoing, confident young man, but this morning he is embarrassed and quiet because his mother yelled at him in front of his friends as she dropped him off at school. His present mood is reflective of a change in his: a. crystallized selfesteem. b. fluid selfesteem. c. barometric selfesteem. d. baseline selfesteem. 1 points QUESTION 6 Dr. Smith argues that adolescence is such a demanding time that adolescents need several years with as few responsibilities as possible so they can sort out their identities. His argument focuses on the idea of: a. individuation. b. separation. c. crystallization. d. psychosocial moratorium. 1 points QUESTION 7 Steve has been classified as lacking commitment but currently exploring career options. What identity status (James Marcia's model) would Steve fall under a. achievement b. foreclosure c. diffusion d. moratorium 1 points QUESTION 8 Which of the following is not generally a predictor of selfesteem a. academic achievement b. parental love c. supportive friends d. religious affiliation QUESTION 9 Kikko hates country music but told Keith, who is a big Garth Brooks fan and her latest love interest, that she adored country music and would love to go with him to see Garth in concert. This type of behavior is called: a. negative identity. b. code switching. c. identity confusion. d. falseself. 1 points QUESTION 10 Maria sees herself as an only child, as a person who likes art and music, who is shy, and who likes to read. Maria's description fits best with the idea of: a. selfconceptio n. b. selfesteem. c. selfattribution. d. selfcontrol.