Ability to understand how other perceive them
False belief that everyone constantly attending to their behavior and appearance
Constant posing and posturin before mirros
Belief that others spy on them
Disorganized and bizarre thoughts
All of the above are correct
Indifferent to the plight of her family.
Relying on egocentric tendencies to pull her through.
Using school acheivement as an escape from the stress of home.
Hoing to go on to college after completing middle school & High school
Autonomy vs shame and doubt
Industry vs inferiority
Trust vs mistrust
Ego integrity vs incopetence
Avoiding being caught
Making a good deal.
Increased over the past decade.
Remained the same over the past decade
Decreased over the past decade
Increased for fruits but decreased for vegetables over the past decade
Occur later in development
Are hard to detect
Are inside the body.
Are not directly related to reproduction.
Preadolescents would be more likely than adolescents to change their minds
Adolescents would be more likely than preadolescents to change their mind.
Both preadolescents and adolescents woulod tend to continue supporting the death penalty
Neither preadolescents nor adolescents would tend to continue supporting the death penalty.
Preoperational, formal operations, sensorimotor, concrete operations
Preoperational, ermanent operations, egocentrism, formal operations.
Sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operations, formal operations.
Sensorimotor, egocentrism, concrete operations, permanent operations.
Self-definition as male or female; erotic desires
Erotic desires; self definition as male or female
Chosen gender role; homosexuality
Brain capacity, intellectual maturity, and motivation
Language development and curiosity
Emotional connection and empathy
Dendrites and axons.
They generally agree
Analytic thought is better than intuitive thought
Intuitive thought is better than analytic thought
They may coexist and cause conflict in thinking
When facial hair first appears.
After the weight and height spurt
Following the growth of the testes and penis.
When the final pubic hair pattern is established.
A decline in functioning of major orans such as the heart.
The practice of conserving and transplanting solid organs.
The mechanism that automatically maintains physiological balance.
The extra capacity available to an organ when subjected to stress.
A volatile mismatch
Her belief in an imaginary audience
An invicibility fable
Hypothalamus and the pituitary
Pituitary and adrenals
Preexsisting vullnerability arising from genetic interactions
Early childhood experiences
All of the above
Stays the same
Fluctuates up and down
The amount of a substance remains the same even though its shape changes
Children see and think about the world from other people's viewpoints
Infants interact with a learn about their environment through sensory experiences.
Symbols and words can be used to think about things that do not exist.
Higher moral values
Decreased energy and enthusiasm
Extreme feelings of hopelessness
Trouble concentrating and sleeping
All of the above
Jeannine who runs away from a pressured home envirnment and joins a commune
Fred who is pressured by his parents to go into medicine
Zachary who spends most of his time just hanging out and seems apathetic about life.
Barbara a college student who frequently changes majors.
All of the possible selves that an individual tries out
The groups of peers with whom an individual spends time
A set of behaviors adopted to please others
A consistent definition of the self as a iunique individual
Young military recruits who hope to be sent into combat
A 17 y/o boy who drives cautiously.
A 18 y/o girl who insists her bf use a condom during sex
An adolescnet who sings in front of the bathroom mirror, knowing that the neighbors must be listening.
Members of opposite sex.
Members of their own sex
People they dont know well
Their lil brothers and sisters
The adrenal glands
Testes in boys and ovaries in girls
The penis in males and the clitoris in females