Two and five
Three and six
One and three
None of these choices
One and six
15 to 20
5 to 10
2 to 5
Taken within 72 hours after intercourse will remain 95% effective.
Taken within 72 hours after intercourse will remain 95% effective, and may cause nausea and vomiting, only.
Should be called "morning after" pills.
May cause nausea and vomiting
All of these choices.
Autonomy vs. shame and doubt.
Basic trust vs. basic mistrust.
Initiative vs. guilt.
Intimacy vs. isolation.
Stage 4: Synthetic Conventional Faith
Stage 4: Mythic-Literal Faith
Stage 7: Universalizing Faith
Stage 6: Conjunctive Faith
Stage 5: Individuative-Reflective Faith
Send home with follow-up.
Strongly consider hospitalization.
Close follow-up; consider hospitalization.
Consult another qualified professional
Differential association theory
Deviant subcultures theory
Have higher rates of hypertension.
Are typically not very healthy.
Are best at tasks that require rapid bursts of energy rather than endurance.
Develop an increase in reserve capacity.
Some men have greater hormonal fluctuations.
All of these choices.
None of these choices.
Production of testosterone increases.
Men lose the potential to reproduce.
Sexualizing in human relationships.
Valuing physical powers.
Self-esteem is the highest in the hierarchy of needs.
A self-actualized person is self-directed.
Most people attain a state of self-actualization.
Self-esteem is the sense that one is fulfilling one's potential and is doing what one is individually suited for and capable of.
Views society as a system composed of interdependent and interrelated parts.
Is the philosophical base of labeling theory.
Views society as a struggle for power among various social groups.
Views institutions and groups as fitting into a unified harmonious whole.
As compared to people who are wealthy, poor people are less apt to be arrested, indicted, and imprisoned.
Children who are poor are less apt to drop out of school than rich children.
Most people who are raised in poverty attain a substantially higher socioeconomic status than their parents had.
The infant mortality rate of the poor is almost double the rate of the affluent.
Reflecting on and accepting one's life
Parenting and creating