CCOU 301 Exam 1

CCOU 301 Exam 1 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. This attachment style describes a person with negative view of self and positive view of others.
  2. According to Clinton and Sibcy, the ability to _________ others is at the heart of intimacy.
  3. In this stage of separation, a child shows signs of distress, anxiety, and even anger when the parent or caretaker leaves.
  4. Which statement best describes a person with a disorganized attachment style?
  5. The Adult Attachment Interview can predict with [  ] % accuracy based on a parent’s attachment style what the attachment style of their unborn children will be.
  6. The healthy expression of __________ can actually be a healing experience.
  7. According to the textbook, the underlying reason for why we do the things we do is known as ____________.
  8. This type of attachment style characterizes a person who is comfortable getting close to others, but also feels comfortable being alone.
  9. There are six types of child abuse. Which of the following types involves a child witnessing an escalating parental argument?
  10. According to our video, DAF stands for Divine Authority Figure.
  11. Our core beliefs are developed by asking the following questions about self and others. Which one does NOT belong?
  12. In the context of relationship disputes, dissolution involves
  13. Those with a disorganized relationship style commonly have identity related problems including difficulty learning from past experiences and the inability to see how current behavior will affect the future.
  14. According to our presentation, the aspects of an attachment figure as described by Mary Ainsworth and then Cassidy are…
  15. The state of being where a person is ready to fight or flee with a high physical alertness is known as ________.
  16. Our text describes the traumatic experiences of a woman named Linda.  Linda’s means of coping was [           ].  It was a solution and normal response to separate traumatic occurrences.
  17. Which of the following IS an appropriate way to teach children how to handle emotions?
  18. According to Clinton and Sibcy, what defines the quality of our lives?
  19. Sensitive parenting shapes the brain structure that leads to better behaved kids who can care more deeply about others.
  20. Lisa says to Jake, “Honestly, I really think that we are better off as friends.” Internally, which of the following statements best describes Jake thought processes if he is an angry dependent?
  21. Which of the following is NOT an attachment style?
  22. The ability to turn off thoughts, feelings, and even physical pain to move experiences to some other part of the consciousness is known as ___________.
  23. When you read the Song of Solomon, you realize God is not embarrassed about sex, and neither should we be.
  24. A person who does not like sharing feelings with others would be categorized as which attachment style?
  25. According to the presentation, children with the avoidant/dismissive attachment style participate in muted play when a caregiver leaves as opposed to protest, yet they demonstrate the same physiological symptoms (increased heart rate, etc.) as a child that gets upset and cries when the caregiver leaves.
  26. The model of helping children to appropriately deal with their feelings is called ________.
  27. According to the textbook, how many touches, on average, do children need to feel per day from parents?
  28. The heart of Biblical Marriage is [         ].
  29. Responding to criticism with criticism is an example of which of the following?
  30. Beliefs that fuel the Ambivalent Relationship Style include
  31. Child abuse is often characteristic of the disorganized attachment style. Discuss how child abuse fosters a disorganized attachment style.
  32. What are the stages of separation as identified by John Bowlby through the patient Annie?  Describe each briefly as evidenced by Annie.
  33. Identify your attachment style by choosing one of the four styles presented in the book. Explain why you chose this attachment style using key terms/identifying major components of the chosen style.
  34. John and Susan want to parent their children in a manner that fosters a secure relationship style. In your own words, briefly explain each of the four main goals of sensitive parenting.
  35. A fifth attachment style was discussed in our Label, define and thoroughly describe using information from the video.
  36. According to our presentation, there are two hypotheses concerning how we interact with God.  Label and define each.  Describe how each is reflected in or may apply to your own life.

Set 2

  1. This type of attachment style characterizes a person who is comfortable getting close to others, but also feels comfortable being alone.
  2. Distancing from one’s spouse in disaffection includes
  3. In this stage of separation, a child shows signs of distress, anxiety, and even anger when the parent or caretaker leaves.
  4. Extroverts do not have to think to talk
  5. There are six types of child abuse. Which of the following types involves a child witnessing an escalating parental argument?
  6. Anger is the confluence of
  7. Which of the following triggers can elevate an emotion that has been stuffed?
  8. Marriage is God’s vehicle for expressing and enjoying sex.
  9. It is estimated that 2nd generation divorces are influenced by anger from their parent’s divorce in _______% of the cases.
  10. Genesis 2:24‐25 is God’s marital prescription to
  11. The Disorganized person
  12. Lisa says to Jake, “Honestly, I really think that we are better off as friends.” Internally, which of the following statements best describes Jake thought processes if he is an angry dependent?
  13. Barriers to listening include:
  14. Our core beliefs are developed by asking the following questions about self and others. Which one does NOT belong?
  15. The model of helping children to appropriately deal with their feelings is called
  16. Unresolved anger is sinful, but has no long‐term negative effects
  17. Which of the following are a part of the six messages of communication?
  18. Marriage is really a give‐and‐take relationship
  19. The non‐verbal component of our messages makes up what percentage?
  20. Philippians 4:8 challenges us to think on whatever is
  21. Marital intimacy includes safety to share one’s
  22. Which is not one of the Five Love Languages.
  23. A person who does not like sharing feelings with others would be categorized as which attachment style?
  24. In the context of relationship disputes, dissolution involves
  25. The Scriptures reveal that divorce is due to
  26. Human love is insufficient to make marriage work for a lifetime.
  27. Different learning styles require that we communicate to people in their own language. Which of the following are types of learning styles.
  28. According to the textbook, the underlying reason for why we do the things we do is known as
  29. Which of the following is NOT true about the Avoidant Attachment Style?
  30. Clinton and Sibcy discuss six steps toward calming your emotional storms. In this they explain that relationships can be a means of …
  31. The four ‘germs’ of relational trouble and anger include
  32. The sacred romance in Scripture is about God’s love to mankind.
  33. When we see our spouse negatively we tend to view them as
  34. Developing an empathic heart has little to do with marital reconciliation.
  35. The Five Love Languages are an example of love as an emotional need.
  36. Physiologically we can listen ____ times as fast as we can speak.
  37. These types of emotional reactions are typically denied or repressed.
  38. When Smalley talks about ‘treasure‐hunting’ he means
  39. Which of the following IS an appropriate way to teach children how to handle emotions?
  40. The Five Love Languages include:
  41. Which of the following is NOT an attachment style?
  42. Because of God’s image, men and women are more alike than they are different.
  43. Which statement best describes a person with a disorganized attachment style?
  44. God created men and women in the image of His physical self.
  45. Women have ____ % more brain connectors than men.
  46. The healthy expression of __________ can actually be a healing experience.
  47. According to Smalley, our perception of something influences us as much or more than the thing itself.
  48. Divorce was a concession by God for the hard‐heartedness of man and was granted through
  49. The ability to turn off thoughts, feelings, and even physical pain to move experiences to some other part of the consciousness is known as
  50. According to the textbook, how many touches, on average, do children need to feel per day from parents?
  51. Identify your attachment style by choosing one of the four styles presented in the book. You must explain why you chose this attachment style by using key terms and identifying major components of the chosen style.
  52. How does your identified attachment style (identified in question 1) influence your relationship with God?
  53. Clinton and Sibcy discuss six different types of child abuse. Identify and summarize four of the six types of abuse, utilizing 1–2 sentences per type. pp.109–111
  54. Describe one of the spiritual disciplines discussed in the book (Chapter 8), and explain how it can be applied to your life.
  55. John and Susan want to parent their children in a manner that fosters a secure relationship style. In your own words, briefly explain each of the four main goals of sensitive parenting.
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