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It is said that our behaviors as adult human beings are shaped while we are still young. How well do you understand your child? The child believes antisocial behavior quiz below tests on this and more. All the best.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Biological factors are only part of the story of emotion. For example, Ryan's caregiver plays a role in his neurobiological regulation. By soothing Ryan when he cries and shows distress, the caregiver is helping ryan 

    • A.

      Know that crying will not help him get attention

    • B.

      Increase the production of the stress hormone

    • C.

      Modulate his emotions and reduce the level of stress hormones

    • D.

      None of these

    Correct Answer
    C. Modulate his emotions and reduce the level of stress hormones
    Explanation
    The caregiver's role in soothing Ryan when he cries and shows distress suggests that they are helping Ryan modulate his emotions and reduce the level of stress hormones. This indicates that the caregiver's actions are aimed at regulating Ryan's emotional state and helping him cope with stress.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is not an example of emotional competence? 

    • A.

      Awareness of ones emotional states

    • B.

      Empathetic sensitivity to others

    • C.

      Lacking self regulatory strategies that reduce the intensity or duration of emotional states

    • D.

      Discerning of other's emotions

    Correct Answer
    C. Lacking self regulatory strategies that reduce the intensity or duration of emotional states
    Explanation
    This answer is not an example of emotional competence because emotional competence involves having self-regulatory strategies that can help reduce the intensity or duration of emotional states.

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  • 3. 

    Five month old Frankie smilies whenever he hears his father singing. His behavior provides an example of ______ smiling. 

    • A.

      Reflexive

    • B.

      Social

    • C.

      Basic

    • D.

      Internal-based

    Correct Answer
    C. Basic
    Explanation
    Frankie's behavior of smiling whenever he hears his father singing is an example of basic smiling. Basic smiling refers to the spontaneous and natural smile that infants display in response to pleasurable stimuli, such as hearing a familiar voice or seeing a friendly face. It is an instinctive behavior that is not influenced by social or external factors, but rather driven by internal feelings of joy and happiness.

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  • 4. 

    Infants who are experiencing stranger anxiety will be more afraid of which of the following types of people?

    • A.

      Cheerful

    • B.

      Smiling

    • C.

      Unsmiling

    • D.

      Outgoing

    Correct Answer
    C. Unsmiling
    Explanation
    Infants who are experiencing stranger anxiety are more likely to be afraid of unsmiling people. This is because unsmiling individuals may appear more serious or intimidating to the infants, causing them to feel uncomfortable or fearful. Smiling and cheerful people, on the other hand, may be perceived as friendly and approachable, which can help alleviate the infants' anxiety. Outgoing individuals may also be seen as more welcoming and engaging, making them less likely to elicit fear in infants compared to unsmiling individuals.

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  • 5. 

    A method of helping a child cope with extreme stress includes

    • A.

      Reassurance

    • B.

      Helping them forget the event

    • C.

      Teaching denial

    • D.

      None of these.

    Correct Answer
    A. Reassurance
    Explanation
    Reassurance is a method of helping a child cope with extreme stress. When a child is going through a stressful situation, providing reassurance can help them feel safe and supported. Reassurance involves offering comfort, understanding, and encouragement to the child, which can help alleviate their anxiety and fear. It is an effective way to help the child cope with the stress and build resilience.

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  • 6. 

    Research by Chess and Thomas has indicated that the temperaments of most children are 

    • A.

      Easy

    • B.

      Difficult

    • C.

      Securely attached

    • D.

      Not able to be placed in a specific category of temperament

    Correct Answer
    A. Easy
    Explanation
    The research conducted by Chess and Thomas suggests that the majority of children have an "easy" temperament. This means that these children are generally adaptable, have regular sleeping and eating patterns, and are generally positive in mood. The research indicates that this temperament is the most common among children, implying that it is the norm rather than an exception.

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  • 7. 

    An example of how labeling a child as difficult can cause a problem is when 

    • A.

      A self-fulfilling prophecy takes place

    • B.

      Parents favor a child of specific gender

    • C.

      Siblings call the child names

    • D.

      None of these

    Correct Answer
    A. A self-fulfilling prophecy takes place
    Explanation
    Labeling a child as difficult can cause a problem when a self-fulfilling prophecy takes place. This means that when a child is consistently labeled as difficult, they may internalize this label and begin to behave in ways that align with it. For example, if a child is constantly told they are difficult, they may start to believe it and act out accordingly. This can create a cycle where the child's behavior reinforces the initial label, causing further difficulties.

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  • 8. 

    Why was the Harlow (1958) study with the cloth and wire surrogate mothers so important?

    • A.

      It demonstrated that feeding was the primary drive of an infants attachment

    • B.

      It shows that human and monkey attachment follow very different developmental courses

    • C.

      It shows that the type of contact infants and mothers had was more critical for attachment formation than feeding

    • D.

      It shows that there is no instinctive drive to form an attachment

    Correct Answer
    C. It shows that the type of contact infants and mothers had was more critical for attachment formation than feeding
    Explanation
    The Harlow (1958) study with the cloth and wire surrogate mothers was important because it showed that the type of contact infants and mothers had was more critical for attachment formation than feeding. This challenged the prevailing belief at the time that attachment was solely driven by the need for nourishment. The study demonstrated that the infants formed a stronger attachment to the cloth mother, even though it did not provide food, indicating that the quality of contact and comfort was more important for attachment than the provision of basic needs.

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  • 9. 

    _______ is evidenced when infants use the caregiver, usually the parent, as a secure base from which to explore the environment 

    • A.

      Insecure attachment

    • B.

      Secure attachment

    • C.

      Fearful temperament

    • D.

      Individual differences

    Correct Answer
    B. Secure attachment
    Explanation
    Secure attachment is evidenced when infants use the caregiver, usually the parent, as a secure base from which to explore the environment. This means that the infant feels safe and comfortable with their caregiver, allowing them to venture out and explore their surroundings. They may periodically return to the caregiver for reassurance and support before continuing their exploration. This type of attachment is characterized by trust, a sense of security, and a healthy bond between the infant and caregiver.

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  • 10. 

    The mirror technique is used to test infants'

    • A.

      Self awareness

    • B.

      Perspective taking

    • C.

      Visual self recognition

    • D.

      Self esteem

    Correct Answer
    A. Self awareness
    Explanation
    The mirror technique is used to test infants' self awareness. This technique involves placing a mirror in front of the infant and observing their reactions. If the infant recognizes themselves in the mirror and shows signs of self-awareness, such as touching their own face or body, it indicates that they have a sense of self. This is an important developmental milestone as it signifies the understanding that they are separate individuals from others. It is different from perspective taking, visual self recognition, and self esteem, which involve different aspects of self-awareness and self-perception.

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  • 11. 

    Adolescents are more likely than children to describe themselves with 

    • A.

      Concrete examples

    • B.

      Non idealistic examples

    • C.

      Abstract and idealistic labels

    • D.

      None of these

    Correct Answer
    C. Abstract and idealistic labels
    Explanation
    Adolescents are more likely than children to describe themselves with abstract and idealistic labels. This is because during adolescence, individuals are going through a period of self-discovery and identity formation. They are exploring their values, beliefs, and aspirations, which often leads to the use of abstract and idealistic labels to describe themselves. This is a reflection of their desire to define themselves in a more complex and nuanced way, moving beyond concrete examples or non-idealistic descriptions.

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  • 12. 

    Children exhibiting high levels of perspective taking have been found to 

    • A.

      Increase self understanding

    • B.

      Improve peer group status

    • C.

      Improve quality of relationships

    • D.

      All of these.

    Correct Answer
    D. All of these.
    Explanation
    Children who exhibit high levels of perspective taking are able to understand and empathize with others' viewpoints and emotions. This ability allows them to have a better understanding of themselves and their own thoughts and feelings, leading to increased self-understanding. Additionally, their ability to understand and empathize with others helps them navigate social interactions and improve their peer group status. Finally, perspective taking also enhances the quality of their relationships as they are better able to communicate, understand, and support others. Therefore, all of these options are correct.

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  • 13. 

    In research on boys' self esteem, all of the following parenting attributed were associated with boys' high self esteem, except 

    • A.

      Harmony in the home

    • B.

      Strict discipline

    • C.

      Setting clear and fair rules

    • D.

      Expression of affection

    Correct Answer
    B. Strict discipline
    Explanation
    The given answer is "strict discipline". This means that in research on boys' self-esteem, all of the following parenting attributes were associated with boys' high self-esteem, except for strict discipline. This suggests that while harmony in the home, setting clear and fair rules, and expression of affection were all positively correlated with boys' self-esteem, strict discipline was not. It implies that strict discipline may have a negative impact on boys' self-esteem.

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  • 14. 

    The most important changes in emotional development in early childhood include an increase ability to 

    • A.

      Control motivation

    • B.

      Hide emotions

    • C.

      Talk about emotions and understand it better

    • D.

      Tell other children what they are doing wrong

    Correct Answer
    C. Talk about emotions and understand it better
    Explanation
    In early childhood, children undergo significant changes in their emotional development. One of the most important changes is their increased ability to talk about emotions and understand them better. This means that they are becoming more capable of expressing their feelings verbally and comprehending the emotions they and others experience. This development is crucial as it allows children to communicate their emotions effectively and develop empathy towards others.

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  • 15. 

    Gina encourages her daughter to identify and value areas in which she is competent, such as playing piano and swimming, because Gina knows that this will enhance her daughters 

    • A.

      Self esteem

    • B.

      Self concept

    • C.

      Self awareness

    • D.

      Perspective taking

    Correct Answer
    A. Self esteem
    Explanation
    Gina encourages her daughter to identify and value areas in which she is competent, such as playing piano and swimming, because Gina knows that this will enhance her daughter's self-esteem. By recognizing and appreciating her own abilities and accomplishments, the daughter will develop a positive perception of herself and feel more confident in her abilities. This, in turn, will contribute to her overall self-esteem and sense of worth.

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  • 16. 

    Erik Erikson argues that the central issue in adolescence is 

    • A.

      Competence

    • B.

      Identity

    • C.

      Gender-role development

    • D.

      Self-efficacy

    Correct Answer
    B. Identity
    Explanation
    Erik Erikson argues that the central issue in adolescence is identity. During this stage of development, individuals are faced with the task of forming a sense of self and figuring out who they are as individuals. This includes exploring their values, beliefs, and goals, as well as their roles in society. Identity formation is a crucial aspect of adolescent development and plays a significant role in shaping their future choices and behaviors.

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  • 17. 

    College sophomore Brandi has made several appointments with her advisor to discuss whether she should continue to major in psychology or switch to art. When talking with her advisor, she says, "I like the interpersonal aspect of psychology, but I enjoy the creativity of art." According to James Marcia, Brandi is best thought of as 

    • A.

      Being in crisis

    • B.

      Demonstrating connectedness

    • C.

      Exhibiting trust vs. mistrust

    • D.

      Being psychologically abstract

    Correct Answer
    A. Being in crisis
    Explanation
    According to James Marcia's theory of identity development, individuals in the "crisis" stage are actively exploring and questioning different identity options. Brandi's statement about liking aspects of both psychology and art suggests that she is in the process of considering and weighing her options, which aligns with being in crisis. She is grappling with the decision of whether to continue with psychology or switch to art, indicating that she is in a state of exploration and uncertainty about her identity and future direction.

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  • 18. 

    Catherine Cooper has proposed that optimal identity development occurs in a family atmosphere that promotes 

    • A.

      Individuality and connectedness

    • B.

      Self esteem and efficacy

    • C.

      Crisis and commitment

    • D.

      Moratorium and foreclosure

    Correct Answer
    A. Individuality and connectedness
    Explanation
    Catherine Cooper suggests that optimal identity development is achieved in a family atmosphere that promotes both individuality and connectedness. This means that individuals should be encouraged to express their unique qualities and interests, while also fostering strong connections and relationships with others. This balance allows individuals to develop a strong sense of self and identity, while also feeling a sense of belonging and support within their family unit.

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  • 19. 

    Domain-specific evaluations of the self are referred to as 

    • A.

      Self esteem

    • B.

      Self concept

    • C.

      Self awareness

    • D.

      Self understanding

    Correct Answer
    B. Self concept
    Explanation
    Domain-specific evaluations of the self refer to how individuals perceive and evaluate themselves in specific areas of their lives, such as their physical appearance, intelligence, or social skills. This concept is known as self-concept. Self-esteem, on the other hand, refers to the overall evaluation or feeling of worth that individuals have about themselves. Self-awareness refers to the ability to recognize and understand one's own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Self-understanding refers to the knowledge and comprehension individuals have about themselves, including their values, beliefs, and motivations. Therefore, the correct answer is self-concept.

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  • 20. 

    Seven year old Abbey's reference to herself as Jewish and a Brownie scout provides an example of the ______ aspect of self, which emerges in elementary years

    • A.

      Cognitive

    • B.

      Personal

    • C.

      Social

    • D.

      Recognition

    Correct Answer
    C. Social
    Explanation
    Abbey's reference to herself as Jewish and a Brownie scout indicates her understanding and identification with certain social groups and activities. This demonstrates the social aspect of self, which typically emerges during the elementary years as children become more aware of their own social identities and affiliations.

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  • 21. 

    both estrogens and androgens are present

    • A.

      In both males and females in different concentrations

    • B.

      Only in males

    • C.

      Only in females

    • D.

      In both males and females at the exact same concentrations

    Correct Answer
    A. In both males and females in different concentrations
    Explanation
    Estrogens and androgens are hormones that are present in both males and females, but in different concentrations. Estrogens are primarily found in higher levels in females, while androgens are primarily found in higher levels in males. However, both hormones are present in both sexes, although the levels may vary. This is because males and females have different physiological and reproductive needs, and these hormones play different roles in each sex.

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  • 22. 

    While visiting a foreign country, James notices that it appears socially appropriate for females to always begin a conversation and for males to always have the last word. This discovery gives insight into the culture's 

    • A.

      Sex differences

    • B.

      Gender identity

    • C.

      Value system

    • D.

      Gender roles

    Correct Answer
    D. Gender roles
    Explanation
    The given scenario suggests that there are specific social expectations and norms regarding communication between genders in the foreign country. Females are expected to initiate conversations while males are expected to have the final say. This indicates that there are prescribed roles and behaviors for each gender in the society, which is indicative of gender roles.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following is not emphasized in the social cognitive theory of gender? 

    • A.

      Sexual attraction to the opposite sex parent occurs around age 5

    • B.

      Observation and imitation of gender behavior occurs

    • C.

      Children are rewarded for gender-appropriate behavior

    • D.

      Children are punished for gender-inappropriate behavior

    Correct Answer
    A. Sexual attraction to the opposite sex parent occurs around age 5
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Sexual attraction to the opposite sex parent occurs around age 5." This statement is not emphasized in the social cognitive theory of gender. The theory focuses on the role of observation, imitation, and reinforcement in the development of gender behavior. It suggests that children learn gender roles by observing and imitating the behavior of others, and they are rewarded for conforming to gender-appropriate behavior and punished for gender-inappropriate behavior. However, the theory does not specifically address the timing or development of sexual attraction towards parents.

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  • 24. 

    In terms of parental and family influences, when does the family start treating the child like a boy or a girl?

    • A.

      At birth

    • B.

      Around 6 months old

    • C.

      Around 1 year old

    • D.

      Around 2 years old

    Correct Answer
    A. At birth
    Explanation
    The family starts treating the child like a boy or a girl at birth because gender is typically assigned based on the biological sex of the child. This means that the child's gender identity is determined by their physical characteristics at birth, and the family and society begin to treat them accordingly.

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  • 25. 

    Walcott is a professional bar bouncer who is described by his coworkers as being independent and aggressive. Walcott is also a caring and nurturing husband and father. Walcott could be said to 

    • A.

      Be androgynous

    • B.

      Have a poor gender identity

    • C.

      Be sexually indifferent

    • D.

      Need to work on his expressive traits

    Correct Answer
    A. Be androgynous
    Explanation
    The term "androgynous" refers to a person who possesses both masculine and feminine qualities or characteristics. In this case, Walcott is described as being independent and aggressive, which are typically seen as more masculine traits. However, he is also described as being caring and nurturing, which are typically seen as more feminine traits. Therefore, Walcott could be said to be androgynous because he exhibits qualities from both genders.

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  • 26. 

    Harming someone by manipulating a relationship is called relational 

    • A.

      Aggression

    • B.

      Teasing

    • C.

      Frustration

    • D.

      All of these.

    Correct Answer
    A. Aggression
    Explanation
    Relational aggression refers to the act of harming someone by manipulating their relationships. This can involve spreading rumors, gossiping, or using social exclusion to damage a person's social standing or relationships. Teasing and frustration, on the other hand, are not specifically related to manipulating relationships to harm someone. Therefore, the correct answer is aggression, as it encompasses all these actions.

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  • 27. 

    There is a concern about boys who adopt a strong masculine role in adolescence because some 

    • A.

      Of their activities are not socially acceptable

    • B.

      Of the young boys turn to premarital sex

    • C.

      Turn to drug and alcohol

    • D.

      All of these.

    Correct Answer
    D. All of these.
    Explanation
    Boys who adopt a strong masculine role in adolescence may face concerns because some of their activities are not socially acceptable, such as engaging in premarital sex or turning to drug and alcohol use. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of these" as all of the mentioned options are potential consequences of adopting a strong masculine role in adolescence.

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  • 28. 

    Tim does not evaluate others in terms of "masculinity" or "femininity", but rather on the basis of who they are. His thinking exemplifies 

    • A.

      Gender identity

    • B.

      Androgyny

    • C.

      Sex typing

    • D.

      Gender role transcendence

    Correct Answer
    D. Gender role transcendence
    Explanation
    Tim's evaluation of others based on who they are rather than on traditional gender norms or stereotypes indicates that he transcends gender roles. He does not categorize individuals as masculine or feminine, but instead looks beyond these societal expectations and focuses on their individual qualities and characteristics. This demonstrates an understanding and acceptance of diverse gender identities and a rejection of rigid gender roles.

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  • 29. 

    A statistical analysis that combines the results of many different studies is called a meta 

    • A.

      Conncetion

    • B.

      Combination

    • C.

      Analysis

    • D.

      Addition

    Correct Answer
    C. Analysis
    Explanation
    A statistical analysis that combines the results of many different studies is called a meta-analysis. This type of analysis allows researchers to pool data from multiple studies to increase the sample size and obtain more reliable and generalizable results. By analyzing the combined data, researchers can identify patterns, trends, and relationships that may not be apparent in individual studies alone. Meta-analysis is a powerful tool in research, as it provides a comprehensive and systematic approach to synthesizing evidence from multiple sources.

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  • 30. 

    By the time children enter _______, they have considerable knowledge about which activities are linked with being male or female 

    • A.

      The world (at birth)

    • B.

      Elementary school

    • C.

      Middle school

    • D.

      High school

    Correct Answer
    B. Elementary school
    Explanation
    By the time children enter elementary school, they have already been exposed to various societal norms and expectations regarding gender roles. Through their interactions with family, friends, and media, they have acquired considerable knowledge about which activities are typically associated with being male or female. This knowledge is shaped by cultural and social influences and continues to develop as they progress through their educational journey.

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  • 31. 

    At what Piagetian stage of moral development does a child believe in immanent justice? 

    • A.

      Autonomous morality

    • B.

      Heteronomous morality

    • C.

      Social system morality

    • D.

      Punishment and obedience morality

    Correct Answer
    B. Heteronomous morality
    Explanation
    In the heteronomous morality stage of Piagetian moral development, a child believes in immanent justice. This means that the child believes that any wrongdoing will be immediately and automatically punished, regardless of any other factors. The child sees rules as fixed and absolute, and believes that breaking them will result in immediate consequences. This stage typically occurs during early childhood, around the ages of 5 to 10. In this stage, children have not yet developed a full understanding of the complexities of moral reasoning and the importance of considering intentions and context.

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  • 32. 

    A child who says he should not lie to his parents because he would get punished if he got caught demonstrating the ______ level of morality 

    • A.

      Preconventional

    • B.

      Postconventional

    • C.

      Nonconventional

    • D.

      Conventional

    Correct Answer
    A. Preconventional
    Explanation
    The child's reasoning reflects the preconventional level of morality because he is focused on avoiding punishment. At this stage, individuals make decisions based on self-interest and the potential consequences of their actions. The child is not considering the moral implications of lying or the impact it may have on his parents; instead, he is solely concerned with avoiding punishment.

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  • 33. 

    Jefferson, who believes in privacy and personal freedom, becomes aware that a children's book has been banned because it portrays an unwed mother in a positive manner. As a result, Jefferson participates in a public protest and purchases several copies of the book for anyone wishing to read the work. At which level of moral reasoning does Jefferson appear to be operating?

    • A.

      Nonconventional

    • B.

      Postconventional

    • C.

      Preconventional

    • D.

      Conventional

    Correct Answer
    B. Postconventional
    Explanation
    Jefferson's actions indicate that he is operating at the postconventional level of moral reasoning. This level is characterized by an individual's adherence to their own set of moral principles, even if they conflict with societal norms or laws. Jefferson's belief in privacy and personal freedom leads him to protest the banning of the book and support its positive portrayal of an unwed mother. This suggests that he is acting based on his own internal moral compass rather than simply following societal conventions or laws.

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  • 34. 

    Kohlberg's theory has been criticized for 

    • A.

      Placing too much emphasis on moral thought and too much emphasis on moral behavior

    • B.

      Placing too much emphasis on moral thought and not enough emphasis on moral behavior

    • C.

      Not placing enough emphasis on moral reasoning

    • D.

      None of these.

    Correct Answer
    B. Placing too much emphasis on moral thought and not enough emphasis on moral behavior
    Explanation
    Kohlberg's theory has been criticized for placing too much emphasis on moral thought and not enough emphasis on moral behavior. This means that according to the critics, Kohlberg's theory focuses too heavily on individuals' moral reasoning and decision-making processes, but does not adequately consider their actual actions and behaviors. In other words, the theory may overvalue the cognitive aspect of morality while neglecting the importance of translating moral thoughts into actions.

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  • 35. 

    When 10 months old Ike sees his brother Jerome accidentally let go of his balloon and start to cry, Ike also begins to cry. This behavior indicates that Ike 

    • A.

      Can express global empathy

    • B.

      Is gifted

    • C.

      Can share

    • D.

      Has a conscience

    Correct Answer
    A. Can express global empathy
    Explanation
    Ike's behavior of crying when he sees his brother cry indicates that he is capable of expressing global empathy. Global empathy refers to the ability to understand and share the emotions of others, even if they are not directly experienced. In this scenario, Ike is able to empathize with his brother's sadness and mirror his emotional response by crying as well. This behavior suggests that Ike is capable of understanding and connecting with the emotions of others, displaying a sense of empathy.

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  • 36. 

    When a person has a strong conviction with persistence in overcoming distractions and obstacles is a description of moral ______ 

    • A.

      Exemplars

    • B.

      Character

    • C.

      Identity

    • D.

      Commitment

    Correct Answer
    B. Character
    Explanation
    The given description of a person having a strong conviction and persistence in overcoming distractions and obstacles aligns with the concept of character. Character refers to the qualities and traits that define an individual's behavior and moral values. It encompasses their ability to stay true to their convictions and persevere in the face of challenges. Therefore, character is the most suitable answer in this context.

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  • 37. 

    After 4 year old Susie had a temper tantrum in a grocery store, her mother refused to talk to her on the way home. What discipline technique is her mother using 

    • A.

      Induction

    • B.

      Power assertion

    • C.

      Love withdrawl

    • D.

      Power reversal

    Correct Answer
    C. Love withdrawl
    Explanation
    The correct answer is love withdrawal. Love withdrawal is a discipline technique where a parent withholds love, attention, or affection as a form of punishment. In this scenario, Susie's mother refused to talk to her on the way home after her temper tantrum, which indicates a withdrawal of love and attention. This technique aims to teach the child that their behavior is unacceptable and encourages them to modify their actions to regain the parent's love and approval.

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  • 38. 

    Moral children tend to have parents who show all but which of the following criteria?

    • A.

      Are warm and supportive

    • B.

      Believe that young children are not capable of being a part of family decision making

    • C.

      Model moral behaviors

    • D.

      Model moral thinking

    Correct Answer
    B. Believe that young children are not capable of being a part of family decision making
    Explanation
    Children who have moral parents tend to have parents who are warm and supportive, model moral behaviors, and model moral thinking. These parents believe that young children are capable of being a part of family decision making.

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  • 39. 

    Which of the following is not an example of prosocial behavior? 

    • A.

      Caring about the rights and welfare of others

    • B.

      Feeling concern and empathy

    • C.

      Acting in a way that others are put second

    • D.

      Acting in a way that benefits others

    Correct Answer
    C. Acting in a way that others are put second
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "acting in a way that others are put second". This is not an example of prosocial behavior because prosocial behavior involves acting in a way that benefits others and caring about the rights and welfare of others. Putting others second goes against the idea of prioritizing others' needs and well-being.

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  • 40. 

    As a parent, Rita does not do a very good job of discouraging antisocial behavior in her daughter. In addition, Rita seldom knows where her daughter is at night. Research has suggested that her daughter is at risk for 

    • A.

      Androgyny

    • B.

      Delinquency

    • C.

      Failing to develop global empathy

    • D.

      Not achieving the conventional level of moral reasoning

    Correct Answer
    B. Delinquency
    Explanation
    The given information states that Rita does not do a good job of discouraging antisocial behavior in her daughter and is unaware of her whereabouts at night. This suggests that the daughter lacks proper guidance and supervision, which increases the likelihood of engaging in delinquent behavior. Delinquency refers to engaging in illegal or antisocial activities, and the given information strongly implies that the daughter is at risk for this type of behavior.

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