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Chapter 1
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. An invention that provoked a new idea of adulthood was: (4)
a. The combustible engine
b. The telephone
c. The printing press ***
d. The computer
2. In the 17th century two people who thought that children should be treated with thought and care were: (5)
a. Locke and Rousseau ***
b. Rogers and Maslow
c. Dixon and Binet
d. Freud and Freud
3. Adults may underestimate children’s ability to: (7)
a. Learn
b. Problem-solve
c. Recognize reality
d. All of the above ***
4. Family conditions that promote resilience include: (11)
a. few alternative caretakers.
b. older mothers for resilient males.
c. opportunities to participate***
d. a strong sense of political commitment.
5. According to your text, some of the things that cause our children problems are the following: (www) (7)
a. the changing world, values, and crises ***
b. too much sugar and starch in their diets
c. a competitive environment
d. the focus on self-esteem
6. One of the continuing challenges for many children is: (www) (7)
a. enmeshed extended families
b. unchanging values.
c. poverty. ***
d. high stakes testing
7. Brazelton and Greenspan’s “irreducible needs” include all the following EXCEPT:
(www) (11)
a. physical protection.

b. nurturing relationships.
c. working alliances ***
d. opportunities to learn
8. Which of the following statements is true? (16)
a. Counseling involves a relationship between a counselor and client, with the counselor helping the client resolve a problem. ***
b. Child counseling focuses on children with learning, social, or behavioral problems who are not classified as being severely disturbed.
c. There are completely different principles of counseling for children than adults.
d. None of the above.
9. Possibly the most important outcome for counseling occurs when a client: (17)
a. is able to cope with the stresses and conflicts of his or her growth and development. b. feels good about himself or

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