HCP -0530 Fall 2016 Exam Ch 14

Chapter 14: The FamilyQUESTION 11. In the United States, elementary schools perform the ________ function of the society. moral economic service socialization social order5 points QUESTION 21. The contemporary family assumes for three important functions: economic support, education, and basic survival needs. income, religion, and socialization. reproduction, socialization, and emotional support. shelter, food, and health care.5 points QUESTION 31. If Didier and Renelle want to ease the transition to parenthood, which of the following suggestions would be most helpful? Have children while they are in their early twenties. Return to work soon after their child s birth. Postpone childbearing until their late twenties or thirties. Maintain traditional gender roles.5 points QUESTION 41. Lydia, a single mother of three school-age boys, lives in a poor, inner-city neighborhood with few outside resources. However, Lydia has a neighbor who often listens to her concerns, gives her advice, and supports her efforts at raising the boys. As a result of this support, Lydia is likely to become overly involved in her boys lives. resent her children for being such a financial burden. ignore her children when the neighbor is around. interact in a more sensitive and involved manner with her children.5 points QUESTION 51. Micah has a close relationship with her parents, and even though they monitor her activities and enforce rules, they encourage her to share in the decision making. Micah s parents use the ____________ child-rearing style. permissive uninvolved authoritative authoritarian5 points QUESTION 61. Which of the following children is most likely to have parents who use an authoritarian child-rearing style? Carolyn, who is overly demanding of adults but popular with peers Gabriel, who is a high achiever with strong leadership skills Sakura, who is anxious, unhappy, and low in self-esteem and self-reliance Seth, who is well-adjusted and respectful toward adults5 points QUESTION 71. John and Marcia never really wanted to have children, so when Tasha was born they did not give her much attention or care. Tasha suffered from poor health and struggled in school, often fighting with her peers. John and Marcia engage in _________ child rearing. uninvolved authoritative permissive authoritarian5 points QUESTION 81. Authoritative child rearing seems to create a ___________ context for parental influence. neutral emotional superficial third-party positive emotional5 points QUESTION 91. When a child is able to make decisions independently by carefully weighing her own judgment and the suggestions of others to arrive at a well-reasoned course of action, she is competent at the __________ component of autonomy. emotional behavioral social cognitive5 points QUESTION 101. When mothers reduced their use of coercive discipline, their sons were less likely to comply to mothers requests. showed greater behavioral problems in school. showed fewer behavior problems and deviant peer associations. showed little change in aggressive behavior.5 points QUESTION 111. Effective parenting of adolescents strikes a balance between ________ and ________. low self-esteem; high self-esteem connection; separation control; discipline independence; effortful control5 points QUESTION 121. Immigrant parents from cultures that place a high value on family closeness and obedience to authority may have greater difficulty in adapting to their teenagers push for autonomy. This results in ________, which is associated with a rise in deviant behavior. a culture clash an adjustment gap acculturative stress generational conflict5 points QUESTION 131. Teenagers from affluent families have closer relationships with their parents than children from low-SES families. are less likely than low-SES teenagers to use alcohol or drugs. rarely experience academic or behavioral problems. are more likely than low-SES teenagers to use alcohol and drugs.5 points QUESTION 141. Like most African-American parents, Tabitha uses strict, no-nonsense discipline combined infrequently with physical punishment. as part of her authoritarian or uninvolved child rearing. that frequently involves physical punishment. but is overly permissive on day-to-day matters like curfew and chores.5 points QUESTION 151. Compared with nuclear family households, African-American extended-family arrangements place more emphasis on cooperation and moral and religious values. less emphasis on cooperation and moral and religious values. more responsibility on children for their own self-care. more responsibility on fathers than mothers for child rearing.5 points QUESTION 161. Research on family size and IQ has shown that the family size IQ correlation is strongest when mothers are economically advantaged. the larger the family, the lower the IQ score of all siblings. there is no link between mother s IQ and family size. children s IQs decline with later birth order.5 points QUESTION 171. Gretchen is an only child. In which of the following ways is she typically different from children with siblings? She has less interaction with her parents. She achieves less well in school. She is selfish and spoiled. She does better in school.5 points QUESTION 181. Children of homosexual parents almost always grow up to be homosexual. tend to be poorly adjusted. are usually heterosexual. often experience gender confusion, which leads to low self-esteem.5 points QUESTION 191. Which of the following is one way Laura and Tony can help their children adjust to their divorce? Avoid discussions about the divorce because the children cannot understand adult motivations for separation. Allow the children to observe Laura and Tony s conflict, which will help them understand why a separation is necessary. Engage in authoritarian child rearing. Explain the divorce and tell children what to expect.5 points QUESTION 201. Employed mothers who value their parenting role tend to hire nannies or babysitters to help with child care. work from home. use authoritative child rearing and coregulation. use permissive child rearing.5 points QUESTION 211. Research on child care indicates that like center-based care, family child care is monitored for quality. for low-SES children, the benefits of child care persist into the early school years. for low-SES children, child care often has a negative impact on their cognitive and social development. most American parents have access to high-quality child care.5 points QUESTION 221. As children become old enough to look after themselves, especially after school, the least successful are those who often bend to peer pressures. are monitored by parental telephone calls. have regular after-school chores. have a history of authoritative child rearing.5 points QUESTION 231. Of the reported cases of child maltreatment in the United States, which form occurs most often? emotional abuse sexual abuse neglect physical abuse5 points QUESTION 241. In which of the following scenarios would child maltreatment be most likely to occur? Todd evaluates his son s behavior negatively, as worse than it really is. Brenda is a single mom who gets a great deal of support from her aunt who lives nearby. Maria is a quiet but friendly child. Willis has been attending Parents Anonymous and has learned to use a number of constructive parenting techniques.5 points QUESTION 251. Among children, sexual abuse is most often committed against boys in middle childhood. boys in early childhood. girls in middle childhood.girls in adolescence.

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