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Question 1F
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You are giving a presentation on teenage male body image issues. You can make all of the following statements EXCEPT: Answer
Selected Answer: D. Boys aren't very sensitive to media pressures to have the perfect body. Correct Answer: D. Boys aren't very sensitive to media pressures to have the perfect body. Question 2

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If your child tells you “I feel totally dumb at school” and is beginning to stop trying, what is the MOST effective/helpful strategy? Answer
Selected Answer: B. Get your child to experience success in some area and focus on praising him if he works hard. Correct Answer: B. Get your child to experience success in some area and focus on praising him if he works hard. Question 3

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Child #1 is failing in school and has a very low IQ. Child #2 is failing in school and has an average or above average IQ. What are the labels for each of these children? Answer
Selected Answer: A. mentally retarded; specific learning disability Correct Answer: A. mentally retarded; specific learning disability Question 4
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Pick the example of a past-talk conversation.
Answer
Selected Answer: D. You are talking about the terrific time you had last summer at the beach. Correct Answer: D. You are talking about the terrific time you had last summer at the beach. Question 5

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Compared to other Western nations, U.S. teenage pregnancy rates are: Answer
Selected Answer: C. higher.
Correct Answer: C. higher.
Question 6
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Which type of play really begins to get going around age 4?
Answer
Selected Answer: A. collaborative pretend play
Correct Answer: A. collaborative pretend play
Question 7
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If an emerging-adult friend tells you she feels “off time” in her social clock, how would she MOST likely feel? Answer
Selected Answer: A. anxious to get her life in order
Correct Answer: A. anxious to get her life in order
Question 8
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To act prosocially, we need to:
Answer
Selected Answer: C. All of the answers are correct.
Correct Answer: C. All of the answers are correct.
Question 9
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Shane interprets offhand remarks in the most negative way possible. When a classmate asks him, “How was your trip to Disney World?”, his response is, “None of your business!” Shane is showing: Answer

Selected Answer: B. frustration/aggression.
Correct Answer: A. a hostile attributional bias.
Question 10
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In Josh, who is undergoing puberty, ________ is a primary sexual characteristic, and _______ is a secondary sexual characteristic. Answer
Selected Answer: D. penis development; voice change
Correct Answer: D. penis development; voice change
Question 11
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“Stick to your own gender.” This rule is MOST rigid for: Answer
Selected Answer: D. elementary school boys.
Correct Answer: D. elementary school boys.
Question 12
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What is the main reason why teenage sexuality is such a worry today, compared to past centuries? Answer
Selected Answer: D. We now reach puberty a decade or more before we marry and can become parents. Correct Answer: D. We now reach puberty a decade or more before we marry and can become parents. Question 13

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Mario is an Italian emerging adult. Statistically speaking, he is MOST likely to live: Answer
Selected Answer: A. with his girlfriend.
Correct Answer: B. with his parents.
Question 14
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All these forces helped make adolescence a separate life stage EXCEPT: Answer
Selected Answer: C. teens stayed in school, rather than immediately going to work. Correct Answer: A. teens understood the world better.
Question 15
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All are tied to reaching puberty at an older age EXCEPT:
Answer
Selected Answer: B. growing up in a loving two-parent family....
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