Practice questions from previous quizzes in the class covered up to this time
Internal working model
Welcome lifes challanges
Never feel threatened
Never feel discouraged
Have a healthy skeptisism
Of their personal beliefs about parent child obligation
African american parents have more need
African american parents have more disability
They are emotionally close to their parents
Socioemotional selectivity theory
Intergenerational solidarity theory
Feels emotionally close to her parents
Does not have much contact with her parents
Has very different opinions from her parents
Has not recieved any financial support from them
Are as emotionally affected as young children
The majority (90%) reported no change in their relationship with one or both parents.
They are less reluctant to enter marriage than those whose parents did not divorce because they feel they have learned from their parents' mistakes.
They are at less risk of divorce than those whose parents did not divorce.
The filter theory
Social convoy theory
Whether positive outweighs negative
Whether the couple uses sarcasm rather than being brutally honest
Whether each person talked for an equal amount of time
whether each person explicitly apologized for past transgressions
There is no change
Her mothers mother
Her mothers father
Her fathers mother
Her fathers mother
Experiencing more violence over their lifetimes
Higher earnings and higher prestige jobs over their lifetimes.
Happier in romantic relationships
Greater overall life satisfaction
One factor in the success of cohabiting couples is how well it is accepted in one's culture.
People in the U.S. who cohabit before marriage have an increased likelihood of separation than those who do not cohabit, but this pattern has not been found in other countries.
Regardless of whether they are engaged before cohabiting, they are more likely to separate than those who do not cohabit.
People in traditional cultures who cohabit before marriage have an increased likelihood of separation than those who do not cohabit, but this pattern has not been found in the U.S.
Social learning theory
He has more interaction with his grandchildren than his widowed brother has with his grandchildren.
Wayne spends more time with his grandchildren now that they are teenagers than when they were younger.
He discusses more personal concerns with his grandchildren in middle school than he does with his grandchildren who have graduated from high school.
Being a playmate and advice giver benefits grandchildren's mental health, but does not have a significant effect on his own mental health.
A developmental change
A cohort difference
The classic nature nurture dichotomy
At varied ages but in a similar sequence
At the same age in all adults
At varied ages and in varied sequences
At the same age and in the same sequence
Normative age-graded influences
Having your parents both die when your in your 20s
Having a first child at age 30
Receiving your last work promotion at age 40
Retiring at age 65
Explain both changes with age and continuities
Focus primarily on explaining changes with age
Focus primarily on explaining continuities with age
Deal most centrally with individual differences in responses to life problems
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