PSYC 210 Quiz 6

PSYC 210 Quiz 6 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. The ratio between weight and height that is used to determine whether a person is below, at, or above normal weight is referred to as the
  2. Between the ages of 18 and 25, the average adult in the United States
  3. Diagnosis of _____ is most common from ages 18 to 24, with men more likely to develop the disorder than women.
  4. Dimitri, age 24, is studying to take the exam in order to become a certified public accountant. According to John Holland’s six categories of people, Dimitri is MOST likely in the _____ category.
  5. Leg muscles _____ throughout adulthood.
  6. Emerging adults eat about _____ as many fruits and vegetables as they should.
  7. Most emerging adults think that _____ is the purpose of sex.
  8. What two factors encourage exercise among individuals?
  9. EJ attends community college, working on a degree in automotive technology. He plans to take a series of rigorous national exams in order to become a master technician. According to John Holland’s six categories of people, EJ is MOST likely in the _____ category.
  10. Joya is a 21-year-old college student. Statistically, she is MOST likely to
  11. Which task would be easier for a 21-year-old than a 51-year-old?
  12. Hugo is a recent college graduate. He is more likely to do all of the following EXCEPT
  13. A proposition or statement of belief is a
  14. About _____ of all emerging adults receive cash from their parents in addition to tuition, medical care, food, and other material support.
  15. Ami thinks that she may be negatively compared to another group. According to the theory of stereotype threat, her thinking is MOST apt to
  16. Identify what could be a possible reaction to stereotype threat.
  17. Exercise helps protect _____ from serious illness.
  18. After Brenda finished college, began working in her chosen field, and started a family, her thinking became
  19. Emerging adults are in a high-risk category for
  20. Joel was a very aggressive 4-year-old boy. During emerging adulthood, he is LEAST likely to
  21. Fighting between romantic partners that is brought on more by the situation than by the deep personality problems of the individuals is referred to as
  22. The process of aging by which the body becomes less strong and efficient is referred to as
  23. About _____ percent of all new cases of STIs worldwide occur in people under the age of 26.
  24. Which of the following statements is NOT true about emerging adulthood?
  25. When compared with earlier thinking, thinking in adulthood is all of the following EXCEPT

Set 2

  1. During emerging adulthood, all body systems _____.
  2. A mother offers an unsolicited comment about her 22‐year‐old daughter’s clothing choices. Which emerging adult would be most likely to see such a comment as hostile and intrusive?
  3. Approximately what percentage of 18‐ to 25‐year‐olds in the United States and Canada are of African, Latino, Asian, or Native American (or, in Canada, First Nations) descent?
  4. Which emerging adult is more likely to experience psychopathology?
  5. Four‐year‐old Davis believes that God gave his little brother to his mother because she stayed overnight at the hospital. Davis is at the _____ stage of religious faith.
  6. Perry found that over the four years of their college careers, students typically _____.
  7. The CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Adulthood) study began with over four thousand healthy 18‐ to 30‐year‐olds; most were reexamined 7 to 20 years later. The study found that _____.
  8. Traditional models of formal operational thinking value _____ thought and devalue _____ thought.
  9. In 2012 in the United States, the average age at first marriage was _____ for men and _____ for women.
  10. Grace is in her early 20s and exercises regularly. As she ages, what is likely going to encourage her to continue to exercise regularly?
  11. Jose has just started to date Christy. He can’t stop thinking about her, and his thoughts of her fill him with excitement and happiness. Jose is most likely to be experiencing what aspect of love?
  12. Statistically, which statement regarding self‐esteem during emerging adulthood is TRUE?
  13. Risk‐taking during emerging adulthood _____.
  14. A proposition or statement of belief is a _____.
  15. About _____ of all emerging adults receive cash from their parents in addition to tuition, medical care, food, and other material support.
  16. A particular body weight that an individual’s homeostatic processes strive to maintain is referred to as the _____.
  17. Delilah is currently a 22‐year‐old college student. Like most of her peers she believes that premarital sex is _____.
  18. Emerging adults are in a high‐risk category for _____.
  19. Riley is 23 years old. If she is like other individuals her age, which of the following health habits is Riley MOST likely to have?
  20. After Brenda finished college, began working in her chosen field, and started a family, her thinking became _____.
  21. The study in which adults were asked to suggest solutions to various life problems demonstrated that _____.
  22. Beginning around age 25, the maximum heart rate _____ and the resting heart rate _____.
  23. Of the college students below, who is most likely to “hook up?”
  24. Chanel has recently finished high school and is now attending college. After earning her undergraduate degree she plans to continue on to graduate school. In addition, Chanel is not seriously dating anyone and thinks marriage and parenthood are years away. Chanel is at which developmental stage?
  25. A longitudinal study found that aggressive 4‐year‐olds who matured into aggressive emerging adults were defined in all of the following ways EXCEPT _____.
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