CCOU 302 Quiz 3

CCOU 302 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In order, what are the FIVE C’s in the path toward substance abuse for teens as described in the video?
  2. Which of the following is a common pitfall most parents make with their teens?
  3. The THREE non-negotiable rules for building safety, security, and appropriate boundaries are:
  4. Children are born with natural relationship skills developed.
  5. Girls who parents spoil them (overindulge them) are:
  6. Mirror neurons in the brain actually help to develop:
  7. Crawford states that it is:
  8. Which of the following is NOT a task of adolescence?
  9. According to Chap Clark, what effects are adult systems having on kids and teens today?
  10. Individuation refers to:
  11. Both Colossians and Galatians speak to the issue of fathers not embittering or exasperating their children. What are father supposed to do?
  12. Paul speaks in 1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 on how to effectively minister to others by being gentle. He says, “Like a mother we are gentle among you.” According to Chap Clark what does this mean in relation to adolescents?
  13. Mindsight includes:
  14. When Siegel talks about examining “all the parts of the wheel”, it leads children to increase rigidity and chaos.
  15. Boys who parents spoil them (overindulge them) are at high risk of all BUT:
  16. What is the most sure-fire way of knowing that your children will know the God who created them and gave them purpose in life?
  17. Focusing on one part of the “wheel of awareness” leads to:
  18. What are the THREE tasks of adolescence according to Chap Clark?
  19. In moving through adolescence children do not want to separate from the family system but they want to separate from the role of child in the family system. Why is it important for children to stay connected to their father?
  20. Which of the following best describes the thought process of a mid-adolescent?

Set 2

  1. What is the most sure‐fire way of knowing that your children will know the God who created them and gave them purpose in life?
  2. Girls who parents spoil them (overindulge them) are:
  3. Which of the following best describes the thought process of a mid‐adolescent?
  4. What are the THREE tasks of adolescence according to Chap Clark?
  5. In order, what are the FIVE C’s in the path toward substance abuse for teens as described in the video?
  6. Children are born with natural relationship skills developed.
  7. Crawford states that it is:
  8. In moving through adolescence children do not want to separate from the family system but they want to separate from the role of child in the family system. Why is it important for children to stay connected to their father?
  9. Boys who parents spoil them (overindulge them) are at high risk of all BUT:
  10. Mirror neurons in the brain actually help to develop:
  11. Paul speaks in 1 Thessalonians 2:7‐8 on how to effectively minister to others by being gentle. He says, “Like a mother we are gentle among you.” According to Chap Clark what does this mean in relation to adolescents?
  12. Individuation refers to:
  13. When Siegel talks about examining “all the parts of the wheel”, it leads children to increase rigidity and chaos.
  14. The THREE non‐negotiable rules for building safety, security, and appropriate boundaries are:
  15. According to Chap Clark, what effects are adult systems having on kids and teens today?
  16. Which of the following is NOT a task of adolescence?
  17. Both Colossians and Galatians speak to the issue of fathers not embittering or exasperating their children. What are father supposed to do?
  18. Focusing on one part of the “wheel of awareness” leads to:
  19. Mindsight includes:
  20. Which of the following is a common pitfall most parents make with their teens?
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