NR 328 Final Exam (Compilation of Retired Exam Q & A)

  • Multiple Choices Questions: Page 1: Pools 1-25, Page 2: Pools 26-50
  • Essay Questions: Page 3: Pools 51-54
  • There are 54 questions in the final.
  1. Question: (TCO 1) Which of the following is the best example of an off-time event that could have negative effects upon an individual’s development?
  2. Question: (TCO 1)Adults in London, England, who were teenagers living there during the bombings of World War II all report that their lives were changed by those events. This exemplifies which of the following?
  3. Question: (TCO 1)Which of the following is a finding of Glen Elder, et al., on individuals who grew up during the Great Depression?
  4. Question: (TCO 1)The Maple Leaf Elementary School counselor, social worker, and the parents of 8-year-old Jimmy Jackson are working as a cooperative team to determine why Jimmy exhibits a pattern of highly aggressive behavior toward his peers and teachers. Jimmy’s behavior has been extensively observed, he has been subjected to a battery of psychological tests, and his parents have been interviewed. This in-depth examination of Jimmy Jackson is an example of
  5. Question: (TCO 1) Of the following, which is the best example of naturalistic observation?
  6. Question: (TCO 1)Researchers have found that children born to mothers who smoke during and after pregnancy are more likely to develop respiratory illness. This is an example of which of the following?
  7. Question: (TCO 1)An experiment is … to study the effects of long lectures on the sleeping behavior of college students. In such a study, the dependent variable is
  8. Question: (TCO 1)You are a taking part in a survey that asks about your attitudes toward physical punishment of children. Even though you believe that spanking is sometimes necessary, you answer that you are opposed to any sort of physical punishment. Which of the following terms best describes why you answered the way that you did?
  9. Question: (TCO 1)Researchers designed an experiment to study the effects of a professor’s sense of humor on enrollment numbers. What is the independent variable in this study?
  10. Question: (TCO 1)Jada saw some money on the kitchen table. She really wanted to take it but her conscience kept her from it. Which part of Jada’s personality is telling her that it would … socially unacceptable to take the money?
  11. Question: (TCO 1)According to Freud’s model of personality, which of the following best demonstrates the functioning of the id?
  12. Question: (TCO 1)Which of the following is the most correct statement regarding repressed memories?
  13. Question: (TCO 2) Elsa was frequently neglected as a child. As an infant, she would … left in wet diapers, and she was not fed on a regular schedule. Which of the following crises was not properly resolved?
  14. Question: (TCO 2) Which factor is generally … an essential aspect of an infant’s first psychosocial task?
  15. Question: (TCO 2)Carolyn is thinking of her children and what they are to become. She wants to see her children succeed and raise healthy families of their own. Carolyn spends more and more time thinking about how best to help her children … good people who contribute to society. Which of Erikson’s stages would Carolyn most likely … experiencing?
  16. Question: (TCO 2) In classical conditioning, if the sour taste of lemon juice automatically causes your mouth to pucker, the lemon juice is the _____ and the pucker of lips and tongue is the _____.
  17. Question: (TCO 2)If you are teaching a child to produce a reflexive response following a nonreflexive stimulus, which method of learning are you employing?
  18. Question: (TCO 2)Classical conditioning plays an important role in which of the following?
  19. Question: (TCO 2)A boy is pestering his mother for candy in the grocery store, whining for 10 minutes and saying things like, “I want candy! Please? Just this once! Oh, come on, Mom, please?” His mother ignores him for 10 minutes, but finally gives in and says, “Oh, all right. Here it is. Just stop whining!” If the boy engages in more whining in the future, and the mother gives in even more easily, which of the following would apply to the mother?
  20. Question: (TCO 2)Miguel is expected to clean his room and to empty all trash in the house. When Miguel forgets his chores, he is grounded. Which of the following has been appropriately applied if Miguel remembers to do his chores?
  21. Question: (TCO 2)Which of the following is the best example of extinction?
  22. Question: (TCO 2) Niko plans to go to a good college. He seems unconcerned about competitive admissions policies because he believes that if he studies hard, he can get in wherever he wants. Bandura would consider this an example of which of the following?
  23. Question: (TCO 2)Which of these best illustrates the principles of social-cognitive theory?
  24. Question: (TCO 2) Babies frequently engage in repetitive actions using their hands and their eyes. Which of the following statements best explains this behavior?
  25. Question: (TCO 2) What is the difference between gametes and all other body cells?
  26. Question:(TCO 2)Which of the following statements is true regarding prenatal sex differentiation?
  27. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the following terms describes an individual’s unique genetic blueprint, which is created from genes contributed by both parents?
  28. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Meko has dark hair and dark eyes, even though his biological mother is fair skinned. Meko’s hair and eye color are part of his
  29. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the following is true of a trait controlled by a dominant gene?
  30. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Phyllip has red hair, which comes from a recessive gene. This must mean that Phyllip received the gene from
  31. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the following terms describes physical traits that are influenced by both genes and the environment?
  32. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Samson is taller and has a higher IQ than either of his parents. Which of the following terms would … used to explain this?
  33. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Janae and Sean are siblings who come from a family with a history of anxiety. Janae is somewhat anxious but generally takes things in stride. Sean, however, is always concerned about his health, his job, and his family even when there is no reason. Which of the following concepts proposed by Michael Rutter best explains the difference between Janae and Sean?
  34. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the following is an autosomal dominant disorder?
  35. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the … by a gene on the X chromosome?
  36. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Phenylketonuria is an example of which of the following?
  37. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Which of the following happens during the first trimester of pregnancy?
  38. Question: (TCOs 2 and 3) Not long after Gloria found out she was pregnant, she began having pain. When she went to her doctor, she was told that the zygote had implanted in her fallopian tube rather than in her uterus. What type of pregnancy is this?
  39. Question: (TCO 2) Which of the following is … with the second trimester of pregnancy?
  40. Question: (TCO 2)Which of the following terms explains why the human brain develops before the reproductive system?
  41. Question: (TCO 2) Which of the following is the best example of the proximodistal principle of development during the prenatal period?
  42. Question: (TCO 2)A normally developing fetus has reached a length of 12 in. and weighs about 1 lb. Using ultrasound, it is possible to tell if the fetus is male or female. In which stage of development is this fetus?
  43. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) Johann lives in a family with five siblings. There is always a lot of activity and interaction between the children and parents. There are many brightly colored toys and things to play with. Suzanne’s family can’t afford many toys at all, and she has only old hand-me-downs to play with, most of which are broken. Which of the following best describes a likely difference in brain development between Johann and Suzanne?
  44. Question: (TCOs 2,3, and 4) What effect does watching television have on the developing brain?
  45. Question: (TCOs 2,3, and 4) Macie and Darius have a new baby girl. Although they complain that the baby wakes them a lot at night, the truth is the baby probably sleeps as much as _____ of the time?
  46. Question: (TCOs 2, 3, and 4) Which of the … is typically true of parents in the United States?
  47. Question: (TCOs2,3, and 4) Your friend Olga is a new first-time mother. Her 6-week-old infant has shown a recent increase in crying. She doesn’t know whether this is because she is picking the child up every time that it cries. She is asking you for advice. What would you say to her?
  48. Question: (TCOs 2,3, and 4) An infant begins whimpering and moaning and then begins to cry very loudly and intensely. Which of the following is the infant most likely expressing?
  49. Question: (TCOs2,3, and 4) A child’s ability to place round pegs in round holes requires which type of motor skills?
  50. Question: (TCOs 2, 3, and 4) Moesha and Nick have a newborn. If their baby is an average infant, by his first birthday he will have had which of the following?
  51. Question: (TCOs 2, 3, and 4)Seth is 6 weeks old. You are holding three balloons in your hand: one red, one blue and one green. Which of the following statements is most likely true?
  52. Question: (TCOs 4, 5, and 6) Gregory is a 6-month-old baby boy. He is learning about his environment through touching things, putting things in his mouth, and scooting around on the floor. According to Piaget, Greg is in which stage of cognitive development?
  53. v Question: (TCOs 4,5, and 6) Chun Lee sticks anything in his mouth that he can get his hands on. He has also started looking in the general direction of sounds that he hears. Chun Lee is exhibiting which of the following?
  54. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Glynnis is 14 months old. She is trying out new things, playing with her toys, and manipulating objects in new ways—experimenting with her environment. Glynnis is in which substage of Piaget’s first cognitive stage?
  55. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Kayla was … several different brightly colored balls to play with, one after the other. After about ball number seven, Kayla seemed to lose interest. When she was … a stuffed animal, she showed renewed interest. This renewed interest is due, in part, to which of the following?
  56. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Reece said, “Go bye-bye?” His mother replied, “Yes, we are going to go bye-bye.” Reece’s mother’s response is an example of which of the following?
  57. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Brody is entertaining himself and his mother with his repetitious “dadadada, babababa” as if he just likes the sound of his own voice. What is Brody doing?
  58. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) C.J. gains comfort through eating and drinking. She also cries to gain attention from her parents or to express discomfort. Freud would say that C.J. is in which stage of development?
  59. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) Bart depends on his mother for everything he needs. When he cries, she responds with food or a clean diaper or a cuddle. Erikson would say that Bart’s mother is helping him resolve the conflict known as
  60. Question: (TCOs 3 4, and 5) Freddie is 2 months old. He smiles and coos at almost everyone he meets. Bowlby would say that Freddie is in which phase of attachment?
  61. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Some infants between 6 and 16 months experience a fear of people they do not know. Which of the following terms best identifies this fearful phase that seems to disappear as quickly as it came?
  62. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Callie, age 11 months, went to the circus with her mother. When a clown came bouncing up to Callie’s stroller, Callie was anxious and looked at her mother. When Callie’s mother began to laugh at the clown, Callie joined in the laughter. Callie’s behavior is called
  63. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Which of the following best exemplifies social referencing?
  64. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Roberto is 11 months old. He smiles a lot, is generally cheerful, and shows little anxiety around strangers. Which type of temperament does Roberto have?
  65. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5)Your neighbor Sarah told you that her two children were obviously very different and it was noticeable right from birth. According to Sarah, her son was fussy and rarely slept through the night, but her daughter was calm and adapted very easily to any situation. Sarah is describing which aspect of her children’s differing personalities?
  66. Question: (TCOs3, 4, and 5) Taniya and Daniel are the parents of a well-behaved, predictable, and easygoing daughter. Their neighbors Doug and Diane have a daughter who they consider to … a tomboy because she likes to play ball and rough-and-tumble activities in the yard. This is an example of which of the following?
  67. Question: (TCOs 4, 5, and 6)What is the developmental process that is the impetus behind brain lateralization?
  68. Question: (TCOs 4, 5, and 6) Which of the following brain structures regulate attention and concentration?
  69. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) A friend tells you that he has very vivid memories of an event that happened when they were 2 years old. Which of the following statements is probably true regarding this recollection?
  70. Question: (TCO 3, 4, and 5) When Mickey was 5, he gave his mother a dead frog for her birthday. Mickey didn’t understand why his mother didn’t like her gift, because hethought the frog was cool. This represents what type of thinking?
  71. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Darius holds his hairbrush to his mouth and sings as if the hairbrush is a microphone. This is an example of what type of play?
  72. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Sylvia loves to play with her toy telephone. When she holds the receiver to her face and calls “Hi!”, she is engaging in which type of play?
  73. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) Children who are able to classify other people into groups such as “people who are nice” and “people who are mean” are demonstrating which of the following?
  74. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) On which two factors do young children rely as they categorize or classify other people?
  75. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) According to your text, individuals are more likely to remember faces of people of their own race than those of a different race. This demonstrates which of the following principles?
  76. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Tyler saw that his mother was upset. He toddled over to her and tried to hand her his bottle, as if to comfort her.Hoffman would say that Tyler is demonstrating which of the following?
  77. 77. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) Georgia feels sad whenever she sees homeless people. She worries that they are cold at night and may not have enough to eat. Hoffman would suggest that Georgia is exhibiting which of the following?
  78. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) Kyle and Tawnie are playing school. Kyle is pretending to … the teacher and Tawnie is pretending to … the student. Tawnie is well behaved as a student and answers questions appropriately when Kyle asks them. Tawnie’s behavior is an example of which of the following?
  79. Question: (TCOs 3,4, and 5) When 4-year-old Mariella thinks of activities, behaviors, or personal characteristics as being “for mommy” or “for daddy,” she is using which of the following?
  80. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Crystal labels boys and girls according to their hairstyle and the types of clothes they wear. Crystal has not yet developed which of the following?
  81. Question: (TCOs 3, 4, and 5) Deion tells his mother that he will always … a boy and can never … a girl. This is an illustration of Deion’s grasp of what principle?
  82. Question: (TCO 6) The attention span of the average fourthgrader is much longer than that of the average first grader. Which of the following biological changes is primarily responsible for this?
  83. Question: (TCO 6) Which of the following statements is correct regarding girls’ and boys’ physical development during middle childhood?
  84. Question: (TCO 6) You are a nurse who is asked to place an IV in a patient’s nondominant arm. What ability allows you to tell where the IV should … placed?
  85. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7)Which of the following isan example of a derived word?
  86. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7) Gabbie is trying to decide what to wear today. It is going to … raining this morning but should … clearing off later. In addition, Gabbie knows that she has riding lessons after school, so she needs to take that into account when she chooses her clothes. On top of that, today is the pep rally, meaning Gabbie is expected to wear her school colors. In order to select an appropriate outfit without assistance, Gabbie must … capable of which of the following?
  87. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7) Which of the following is the best example of a child’s use of inductive logic?
  88. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7)Anthony knows that not everyone goes to college and those who do are not guaranteed to graduate. From this he decided that college is probably difficult, as well as time-consuming. What type of logic did Anthony use to draw these conclusions?
  89. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7) Which one of the following questions would … the focus of psychologists who use the information-processing perspective to understand children’s cognitive development?
  90. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7) Which of the following is considered to … the basis of children’s cognitive development, according to most theorists?
  91. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8) Leticia failed to ride her bike up the hill with her friends. She later asked her father to remove the training wheels from her bike so that she would no longer feel embarrassed. This is an example of which part of social-cognitive theory?
  92. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8) During middle childhood, a new component of the self is added to the categorical, social, and emotional selves. This new component includes things such as personality traits. What is the term for this new component?
  93. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8) Bobby is a 10-year-old who is uncoordinated and awkward, and as a consequence, he has little athletic ability. How will this circumstance influence Bobby’s self-esteem?
  94. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8)According to Piaget’s ideas about children’s moral development, a child who knows that the players of a game can change the rules as long as all the children agree to play by the new rules is demonstrating moral development at the which stage?
  95. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8)According to Piaget’s ideas about children’s moral development, a child who insists that the rules of a game cannot … changed because they come from authorities such as parents or religious figures is demonstrating moral development at which stage?
  96. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8) According to Piaget, which of the following children is most likely to recognize that intentions are important when making moral judgments about others’ behaviors?
  97. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8) Monica is an only child. Which of the following statements is likely to … true regarding Monica?
  98. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8)A group of girls were playing jump rope when a couple of boys ran in and grabbed their rope yelling, “You can’t catch us!” The girls laughed and gave chase, retrieving the rope to the delight of both the boys and girls. This is an example of which of the following?
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  99. Question: (TCOs 6 and 8)Of the following, which is an example of controlling speech used among middle childhood boys?
  100. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Dawn has just turned 13 years old, and she recently experienced menarche. If Dawn becomes sexually active, will she … at risk for pregnancy?
  101. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9)Which of the following groups is more likely to have a negative body image, get into trouble at school and with peers, and engage in delinquent behavior?
  102. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Which of the … factors is most likely to influence whether or not teens become sexually active across cultures?
  103. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) What is the correlation between risk-seeking behavior and the media?
  104. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) According to your textbook, among teenagers, sensationseeking appears to … least associated with which of the following?
  105. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Among teenagers, what is the most commonly used illicit drug?
  106. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Fourteen-year-old Muhammed won a contest sponsored by the local newspaper to celebrate a championship basketball game. The object of the contest was to determine how many words could … made from the word score. Which newly developed ability of formal operational thought would have been most helpful to Muhammed?
  107. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Whenever Jean walks by a mirror or any reflective surface, he stops to make sure that his hair looks good and that his clothes look acceptable to his peers. Which principle is at work here?
  108. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) If Marla wants to … the best clarinet player in the band, she is motivated by which type of goal?
  109. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Which of Freud’s psychosexual stages is reached in the post-pubertal years?
  110. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Which of the following represents Erikson’s central crisis of adolescence?
  111. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) More recent theorists have elaborated on Erikson’s definition to include which of the following?
  112. Question: (TCOs 7 and9)Katie is often perceived by others to … a boy because of her style of clothing, her facial characteristics, and mannerisms. Based on this information, which of the following might … applied to Katie?
  113. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Mac is noted for baking the best cheesecake in town and is also the person everyone calls when their car won’t start. Mac can comfort a crying child and fix a flat tire with equal competence. Mac’s gender role identity is most likely
  114. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) What is the term … by developmentalists to describe the psychological aspects of the sexual self?
  115. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Which of the … is the best example of a clique, as … by Dunphy?
  116. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) How do peer group pressures affect adolescents?
  117. Question: (TCOs 7 and 9) Don’s parents are politically conservative and consider themselves religious. … values are very much the same as his parents, but he has several friends who are active in politically liberal causes. Don’s friends ask him to join them for a rally to protest the local library’s plan to limit teenagers’ access to the Internet. What is Don most likely to do?
  118. Question: (TCO10)What is the term that researchers use to describe the basic, underlying, inevitable processes of physical change that affect all human beings?
  119. Question: (TCO 10) What type of aging involves the age-related changes that are due to environmental influences, poor health habits, or disease?
  120. Question: (TCO 10) What is the most powerful factor that interacts with age to influence patterns of secondary aging?
  121. Question: (TCO 10)Which of the following are key components of the human immune system?
  122. Question: (TCO 10)Mary is exposed to a virus when she touches a telephone recently touched by someone who has a cold. Which feature of Mary’s immune system will protect her?
  123. Question: (TCO 10)Why do adults become more susceptible to disease as they age?
  124. Question: (TCO 10)What component of evolutionary theory suggests that women and men have different mate selection priorities because they have unequal roles and responsibilities in producing and caring for children?
  125. Question: (TCOs 10 and 11) John is looking for a wife. He wants a partner who has a similar background in matters such as education and religious upbringing. Which of the following mate selection strategies is John using?
  126. Question: (TCOs 10 and 11) Which of the following theories ascribes to the view that sex differences in relationships are adaptations to gender roles that result from external realities such as interactions with others?
  127. Question: (TCOs 10 and 11) Which of the following is true regarding parenthood?
  128. Question: (TCOs 10 and 11) How does the social clock in U.S. culture affect the age at which women have children in the 21st century?
  129. Question: (TCOs 10 and11)According to research, what happens to marital satisfaction after the birth of a child?
  130. Question: (TCO 11) Fifty-year-old Evan has begun to experience difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection. These changes might indicate that Evan is experiencing which of the following?
  131. Question: (TCO 11) Which of the following is likely to contribute to a male’s problems with sexual functioning?
  132. Question: (TCO 11)Gilda is 35 years old. Her estrogen levels have decreased, her menstrual periods have become very irregular, and she experiences periods of extreme sweating.What’s happening with Gilda?
  133. Question: (TCO 11)Which the following is most consistent with Denney’s view of age-related change in physical and cognitive functioning?
  134. Question: (TCO 11)According to Denney’s model, the maximum level of cognitive and physical function an individual can achieve with exercise
  135. Question: (TCO 11) Rodney wears reading glasses, uses an ergonomically designed chair when he works at the computer, and exercises regularly to offset the effects of aging. He is also taking two courses at the local community college just for the sake of learning. What principle is at work here?
  136. Question: (TCO 11) According to Erikson, which of the following would cause a person to experience a mid-life crisis?
  137. Question: (TCO 11) What is Erikson’s developmental task of middle adulthood?
  138. Question: (TCO 11) What does Erikson suggest is required for the expression of generativity?
  139. Question: (TCO 11) Micah, age 55, used to write great op-ed pieces for his newspaper. Now he chooses the topic and lays out the main theme, but he assigns the actual copywriting to a younger staff reporter. He then proofs the work, makes a few changes, and lets it go to print under his byline. Baltes and Baltes would suggest that Micah is using which strategy?
  140. Question: (TCO 11) Orland, age 50, has always been the top seller in her real estate company. In spite of this, she never rests on her laurels. Three times a year, she attends workshops on salesmanship, closing, and real estate law. Baltes and Baltes would suggest that Orland is using which strategy?
  141. Question: (TCO 11)Based upon the classification system of voluntary and involuntary career changers, which of the following is a reason for aninvoluntary career change?
  142. Question: (TCO 11) If you were to serve a loaf of freshlybaked cinnamon bread to a group of older individuals, which of the following comments would you … most likely to hear?
  143. Question: (TCO 11) Mr. Garrett often overeats, complaining that he feels hungry all the time. His doctor has suggested that this problem is due to a malfunction in the sensation associated with blood sugar levels known
  144. Question: (TCO 11) After eating, the blood sugar rises, resulting in chemical message being sent to the brain that causes the individual to feel full. What is the term for this sensation of fullness?
  145. Question: (TCO 12)Which of the following describes the component of successful aging that involves a willingness to learn new things?
  146. Question: (TCO 12) Which component of social support seems to … most meaningful to elderly adults?
  147. Question: (TCO 12)Mahmoud’s grandparents have him to help them buy a computer and teach them how to use the internet. Which of the following terms describes Mahmoud’s grandparents’ readiness to learn something new?
  148. Question: (TCO 12)Charles has recently learned that he is terminally ill. He has since begun to lash out at his family and at the medical personnel involved in his care. Kübler-Ross would suggest that this behavior can … explained by which of the following?
  149. Question: (TCO 12) Kathy has breast cancer. She has kept a positive attitude and has been doing research to learn more about her type of cancer. She readily tells her doctors that she is going to fight with everything she has to beat her cancer. Greer and other researchers would suggest that Kathy has which of the following?
  150. Question: (TCO 12)When Barry was told he had lung cancer, he just … himself to the idea that he would die. He didn’t really seem to … in denial. He just made no attempt to seek a cure, believing that his diagnosis “is what it is.” Greer and others would suggest that Barry’s attitude is which of the following?
  151. Question: (TCOs 1, 3, and 4)Explain three basic principles of Erikson’s theory of development.
  152. Question: (TCOs 1, 3, and 4): Describe the research that has been done to determine when children develop a sense of self. At what age do children show a sharp increase in self-awareness?
    153. Question: (TCOs 1, 3, and 4)Think about how you were taught to read. What approach was … ? Describe the balanced approach and the use of guided reading sessions. How effective do these methods … ?
  153. Question: (TCOs7 and9)Micah comes from a middle-class family. Both parents work and he has two brothers and one sister. His friend Sheila is an only child and her father is the CEO of a large company. Sheila’s mother can afford to stay at home. Describe some of the differences in terms of academic achievement, social skills, and self-esteem that you might expect to see between Sheila and Micah.
  154. Question: (TCOs5and 10)Summarize some of the characteristics of both the perpetrators and the victims of partner abuse that may contribute to this violence.
  155. Question: (TCOs 5 and 10)Summarize Holland’s typology of personality and work types. Which personality type are you and how does this type match with the college major or career you have chosen (or are considering)?
  156. Question: (TCOs 5 and 10) Summarize the pros and cons of hormone therapy during and after menopause. Include in your answer the effectiveness of HT and how the risks of HT can … reduced.
  157. Question: (TCO 11) Briefly describe the concept of selective optimization with compensation.Give an example of this process.
  158. Question: (TCO 11) What are the diagnostic criteria for Internet addictive disorder? In your opinion, is IAD a legitimate disorder, or do you agree with what the text says?
  159. Question: (TCO 11) Compare the differences in perceptions of death between middle-aged adults and older adults. How do these differing perceptions affect death anxiety?

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