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1 13-Middle Childhood – Psychosocial 6-11 yrs. Elementary School

2 What stage is this elementary school child in? What questions are being asked?

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4 What are these family environments?

5 Shared Nonshared

6 What are these family environments? Shared Nonshared Most of the environmental effects on personality come from which one?

7 What factors effecting family functioning are pictured here?

8 What effect do they have on family functioning? Low incomeHigh conflict

9 Twee has been married before with two children. After the divorce, she married Jim, who has one child from a previous marriage. Together, they formed a … A. Polygamous family B. Nuclear family C. Blended family D. Traditional family E. I have no clue

10 Twee has been married before with two children. After the divorce, she married Jim, who has one child from a previous marriage. Together, they formed a … A. Polygamous family B. Nuclear family C. Blended family D. Traditional family E. I have no clue

11 This person probably lacks _______. A. Friends B. Peer support C. Empathy D. Education E. A & B

12 This person probably lacks _______. A. Friends B. Peer support C. Empathy D. Education E. A & B

13 What levels of kohlberg’s morality are represented?

14 Preconventional “I am careful not to get caught” Conventional “Every citizen should obey the law” Postconventional “I obey a higher power”

15 Video: Middle Childhood – Psychosocial What do you need help with?

16 What topics do you need help with? A. Erikson’s industry vs inferiority B. Types of family structures C. Factors interfering with family function D. Non-shared environmental effects on children E. I understand

17 What topics do you need help with? A. Social cognition B. Bullying Types, causes, lack of empathy C. Kohlberg’s stages of morality D. I understand

18 Jane, an 11-year-old, is more likely to quit school, use drugs, become delinquent, and have a child before age 20 if her mother: A. is divorced. B. is young and poor. C. is involved in a series of romances. D. experiences a combination of the above.

19 Jane, an 11-year-old, is more likely to quit school, use drugs, become delinquent, and have a child before age 20 if her mother: A. is divorced. B. is young and poor. C. is involved in a series of romances. D. experiences a combination of the above.

20 The type of moral reasoning that focuses on both social standards and laws is called: A. preconventional. B. conventional. C. postconventional. D. universal.

21 The type of moral reasoning that focuses on both social standards and laws is called: A. preconventional. B. conventional. C. postconventional. D. universal.

22 Margie and her new husband want their new blended family to run smoothly. Which of the following is related to the success of blended families? A. the emotional and economic security of the adults in the home B. the parents’ both remarrying within six months of their divorces C. making sure that each child knows that his or her parent (and not the stepparent) is still the rulemaker in the home D. forcing blended relationships to thrive quickly rather than develop slowly

23 Margie and her new husband want their new blended family to run smoothly. Which of the following is related to the success of blended families? A. the emotional and economic security of the adults in the home B. the parents’ both remarrying within six months of their divorces C. making sure that each child knows that his or her parent (and not the stepparent) is still the rulemaker in the home D. forcing blended relationships to thrive quickly rather than develop slowly

24 When Matt was 11 years old… Matt has friends over for a birthday party a week before his actual 12th birthday. You have the usual pizza, videos, video games, etc. A. You decide to make this a non-sleepover party, because you know that the boys would stay up all night and you need the rest. B. You allow Matt to have a slumber party, in the family room, with furniture cleared away, and a sea of sleeping bags. C. You sit with the boys and watch videos, because it is a good opportunity to get to know some of Matt's friends.

25 If you were raising a child, what items in this chapter do you feel are most critical for a well adjusted, successful child? Why?

26 One factor that can help a child overcome a stressful home situation is: A. moving frequently. B. medication. C. an authoritarian teacher. D. having an adult mentor.

27 One factor that can help a child overcome a stressful home situation is: A. moving frequently. B. medication. C. an authoritarian teacher. D. having an adult mentor.


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