COUC 502 Quiz 5

COUC 502 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. _____ in the early adolescent years are important as a way to help adolescents with identity development and to have a sense of belonging.
  2. Dieting can affect one’s metabolism and puts one at an increased risk for weight gain in the future.
  3. Counselors, teachers, and those working with children and adolescents can help them improve their self-esteem by encouraging them to focus on, explore, and value their areas of higher competency.
  4. Moral behavior is often tied to emotions, such as _____, kindness, sympathy, guilt, and shame.
  5. Adolescents whose morals are not present to the degree other adolescents’ morals are often times are more prone to physical aggression during adolescence.
  6. Links have been made in the research between the adolescent displaying _____ and _____ behavior.
  7. A _____’s growth spurt typically happens _____ years before that of a _____.
  8. Adolescents are more likely to choose to affiliate with leaders who influence them not to engage in illegal, immoral, and unhealthy behaviors.
  9. The presence of peers activates the ventral striatum and _____ as the adolescents make decisions that concern risk-taking behaviors.
  10. Which parental method of approaching adolescent sexuality is typically most effective?
  11. Earlier sleep and wake times correlated with lower grade point averages in late adolescence.
  12. _____ is the act of consuming significant amounts of alcohol in a short span of time before even arriving at the main event.
  13. Perry’s Theory of epistemic cognition states that individuals move from _____ to _____ thinking as they mature.
  14. _____ is the capacity to be sensitive and effective in relating to other people.
  15. Late adolescents have the lowest rate of drinking, taking pills, and smoking marijuana due to their maturing levels of moral and cognitive development.
  16. _____ may be the greatest risk factor among externalizing behaviors for bulimia.
  17. _____ has proven to be the therapy of choice for treating bulimia in adults while _____ has been shown to be effective for treating adolescents with bulimia and anorexia.
  18. Which stage of Kohlberg’s theory involves the individual maintaining rules and regulations, not because an authority figure has directed them to do so, but because the individual has a greater concern for society as a whole?
  19. Individuals of minority status are much less likely to continue or return to reside with their parents after college than individuals of majority status.
  20. Risk-taking behaviors decline between adolescence and adulthood.

Set 2

  1. A _____’s growth spurt typically happens _____ years before that of a _____.
  2. Research shows that adolescents tend to engage in fewer risk-taking behaviors when in the presence of their peers.
  3. Pregnancy and birth rates for youth in the United States continue to be among the lowest of all developed countries.
  4. Which of the following is a factor of the home that may encourage adolescents to engage in risk-taking behaviors?
  5. In addition to negative mood, factors such as _____ and _____ have been shown to have an effect on eating behaviors with adolescents.
  6. The rates of NSSI peak around the ages of _____ years old.
  7. Dieting can affect one’s metabolism and puts one at an increased risk for weight gain in the future.
  8. According to Erikson, the main task for adolescents is to work through the crisis of _____.
  9. Which of the following is more likely to occur in adolescents as a result of experiencing early puberty?
  10. Counselors, teachers, and those working with children and adolescents can help them improve their self-esteem by encouraging them to focus on, explore, and value their areas of higher competency.
  11. During _____, an individual will begin the decision-making process of determining a career path and defining one’s goals.
  12. Individuals of minority status are much less likely to continue or return to reside with their parents after college than individuals of majority status.
  13. Which of the following is a main issue with facilitating a continuous transition from high school to college for late adolescents?
  14. _____ has proven to be the therapy of choice for treating bulimia in adults while _____ has been shown to be effective for treating adolescents with bulimia and anorexia.
  15. Students in the college culture who frequently engage in hooking up tend to be younger, White, and less religious.
  16. _____ is the act of consuming significant amounts of alcohol in a short span of time before even arriving at the main event.
  17. Which of the following is among the three leading causes of death for youngsters aged 12 to 20 in the United States?
  18. _____ includes self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, and the ability to get along with others and make friends.
  19. Risk-taking behaviors decline between adolescence and adulthood.
  20. The foundation of _____ theory states that individuals should achieve specific coming of age goals at various points in their life.
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