Test Answers on adolescent Flashcards

Debate!!! PRO Social Media for Adolescents (children)

PRO- *Social networking sites help students do better at school.* (counter to *students having lower grades*) 59% of students with access to the Internet report that they use social networking sites to discuss educational topics and 50% use the sites to talk about school assignments. \”Social Networking ProCon.org.\” ProConorg Headlines. N.p., 23 Nov. 2014. Web. […]

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Adolescent Development (Test 2)

Age grouping in contemporary education -started with free public education (age grouping) middle 19th century -20th century –> adolescents were affected by education age grouping -adolescent peer groups based on friendships formed in school were not prevalent until well into the 20th century Changes in the size and diversity of the adolescent population -largest influencing […]

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Adolescent Psyc

The characteristics of the adolescent’s self-understanding Differentiation, Fluctuating self, Contradictions within self, Real vs. Ideal, True vs. False self What is the \”social mirror\” for adolescents? Peers What is meant by the term narcissism and how it affect adolescents? self-centered, self-concerned approach toward others. Don’t see how others perceive them What happens if teens never […]

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Adolescent Development in the Family

Menarche first period Hormones substance that enter the blood stream Glands organs that stimulate body parts Gonadotropin- releasing hormone (GnRH) neuron specialized hormones dealing with puberty Pituitary gland regulates levels of hormones in the body Gonads testes in males, ovaries in females Testes Male gonads ovaries Female gonads Androgens sex hormones, higher levels in males […]

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Adolescent Exam 2 study

Meena’s father died when she was a baby, and there is a lot of ongoing conflict in the household between her mother and stepfather. According to research discussed in the text, Meena may be more likely to reach puberty earlier Which of the following is a valid criticism of the \”distancing hypothesis\”? Distancing does not […]

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Fluency: Treatment of Stuttering in Adolescents and Adults

question What is the nature of stuttering in this stage? answer Constitutional predispositions + developmental environmental influences ˇ Early stuttering (repetitions, prolongations, blocks + Learning ˇ Tension, hurry, escape, avoidance behaviors ˇ Negative emotions, negative beliefs question What speech behaviors are targeted for therapy? answer • First focus of therapy is on stuttering – Emotions […]

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Child and Adolescent Wk 4: Child Centered Play Therapy

question Child centered therapy is: answer How you interact with the child. -It is not about diagnosis, symptoms, or treatment question Child centered therapy is: answer Non directive therapy question Child centered therapy is based off of: answer Carl Rogers’ Person Centered Therapy modality question True or False: Children are miniature adults answer FALSE: and […]

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Child and Adolescent

question Early Childhood (2-5) (Counseling Applications) answer -Attention spans are limited – use a variety of techniques -Use concrete techniques – concepts enhanced when they can manipulate objects or see a visual -Behavioral charts can be helpful -Back to the basics: What is the presenting problem? What can we do with that? -Typical problems: –Difficulty […]

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Disorders of Children and Adolescents

question What are some characteristics of ADHD? answer Inattention Hyperactive – Impulsive At least 6 symptoms Symptoms before age 7 Symptoms present in 2 or more settings Significant impairment in social, academic or occupational functioning. 7-9% prevalence rate question What are some signs of inattention in the client with ADHD? answer careless mistakes, lack of […]

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Adolescent & Emerging Adulthood Final Study Guide (Quizzes)

question Ed is a 14-year-old boy living in Seattle. Where is Ed likely to face most of his intellectual challenges? answer In his daily school activities question In terms of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, what statement does NOT belong? answer Continuous change question Piaget proposed that the active construction of reality takes place through […]

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Adolescent and Adult Devel. Final

question Anne is a teenager attending junior high school in Washington, D.C. Anne attends a school where all her teachers have high expectations for student conduct. If Anne is typical of students in research conducted on this subject, we may expect Anne to have ___________ compared to students in other schools. answer a higher level […]

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Adolescent practice test

question Which are, in general, the earliest changes that occur during pubertal growth? answer breast growth in females; growth of testes in males question Which of the following statements regarding body image is TRUE? answer African American adolescent girls are more likely to be satisfied with their bodies than are European American girls. question Professor […]

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School Age Children and Adolescents (20-Q’s)

question What age is considered “school-age”? answer Age 6-12 question When does the school age physiologically begin and end? answer Begins with the shedding of the first deciduous teeth and ends at puberty with the acquisition of the final permanent teeth question What does the “school-age” period consist of? answer Gradual growth and development along […]

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Adolescent Dev Exam 3

question What is school climate? What does it include? answer the quality of interactions between teachers and students: 1) how they interact; 2) teacher’s expectations; 3) methods used in the class question What main aspects of school climate are distinguished and measured by researchers? Why are these important? answer -Safety- 1) Rules and Norms, 2) […]

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Adolescent 6.A

question secondary education answer the system of middle schools, junior high schools, and high schools question achievement answer the development of motivation, aspirations, and expectations that is profoundly affected by the adolescent’s experiences in school question identity answer the adolescent’s academic self-conceptions and occupational choices which are shaped by how an adolescent does in school […]

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Disorders of Infants, Children and Adolescents

question A client is admitted to an inpatient adolescent psychiatric unit for treatment of oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). The nurse anticipates this client to exhibit which characteristic? 1) Cruelty to animals 2) Use of weapons to inflict harm 3) Negativistic, disobedient behaviors toward authority figures 4) Destruction of property answer 3) Negativistic, disobedient behaviors toward […]

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Adolescent 4

question bio-psycho-social approach answer biological, psychological, and social factors interact to produce the problems that adolescents, emerging adults, and people of other ages develop. question biological factors answer genetics, hormones (depression/emerging sexual interest), & the brain question psychological factors answer personality, identity, self-control, decision-making question social factors answer family, peers, the people you spend time […]

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Adolescent Development Ch 7, 8, &13

question Key concept in Kohlberg’s theory of moral development answer 1. How do adolescents reason, or think, about rules for ethical conduct? 2. How do adolescents actually behave in moral circumstances? 3. How do adolescents feel about moral matters? 4. What comprises an adolescent’s moral personality? 5. How is the adolescent’s moral domain different from […]

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Adolescent Psyc Exam 3

question Adolescents who say that crowd membership is not that important to them are called answer Independents question Which of the following statements regarding conformity to peer pressure has recent research found to be TRUE? answer Social identity uncertainly is linked to peer conformity question Yvonne’s friend tells her that her new sweater is “like […]

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