Psych 2

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1.  What do boys experience first when going throu puberty?
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2.  " Hannah has an IQ of 135.  She is very bright, and I'm sure she will have no difficulties at all in any of her school subjects.  With that level of intelligence, i'm sure she'll be quite sucessful no mater what career she chooses." This speaker is
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3.  Whay are there moral elementary and secondary school children living in stepfamilies than there are infants and preschool children?
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4.  More that 80% of the respondents to a survey said that buying a stolen television set is morally wrong.  Yet 50% admitted they would buy a stolen set if guarenteed they would not be caught.  The data indicates:
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5.  Diane is studying for an upcoming exam.  She concentrates her studying on areas that are likely to be on the test, utilizes a variety of mnemonic devices, and focuses on learning the meaning of information rather than relying of rote memorization of information.  Diane is displaying the use of
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6.  In terms of self-understanding, children in late chilhood are more likely than children in early childhood to
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7.  " I used to have more time to think about the theoretical ideals of truth, justice, beauty, and peace, but now I have three kids, two jobs, and a huge mortgage to pay.  My 'ideali now is to make it to the end of the week so i can sit in the hot tub for an hour and think about how I'll cope with next week." As this statement shows, what we think about changes a good deal when we take on the responsibilities of adult life.  This idea plays a central role in the theory of adult cognition proposed by
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8.  Caitlin's father is concerned that Caitlin is too agressive in her interactions with other childre.  She often fights, and she has fewer friends thatn she used to have.  which of the following strategies might be MOST helpful to Caitlin's father in addressing this problem?
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9.  Which limitaiton in preoperational thought reemerges during adolescence?
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10.  In view of what you have learned about adolescent social development, which of the following is a likely reason for the commonness of cliques during adolescence?
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11.   Michael has been diagnosed with ADHD, and had recently sstarted a common form of drug therapy.  Michael is probably receiving a            blank known to          the nervous system of abults.
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12.  What advice about bicultural identity would the psychologist Laura Brown give to a gay or lesbian couple?
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13.  According to William Perry, the development of cognitive processing during the early adult years involves an evolution from            to           
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14.  To investigate the nature of moral thought, Lawrence Kohlberg presented children with a story in which a character named Heinz faces a moral dilemma: the only way to save his mother's life is to steal and experimental drug he cannot buy.  When Ellie read the story and was asked whether Heinz shouls steal the drug, she states, " No, it is against the law to steal.  The husband should find another way to get the drug."  According to Kohlberg's models, Ellie is in what stage of moral development?
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15.  The ability to plan, set priorities, suppress impulses, and weigh consequences is weak in adolesence in part because the          is the last part to mature
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16.  Sasha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend.  She decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and try to generate possible reasons for them.  She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility.  she is using which of the following to solve her problem?
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17.  Jack is cutting up a pizza for himself and his little brother, Craig.  He starts to cut it into eight pieces, but his brother says, "Dont cut it into so many pieces; I cant eat that many."  jack laughs but complies.  Craig's reaction characterize           thought, and Jack's reactions characterize           thought.
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18.  The transition from adolescence to adulthood for culture that have rites of passage is less             than for culture that do not.
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