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1 14-Adolescence-Biosocial 11 – 18 years Jr. High & High school - Teenage years

2 Your 13 year old son says he wet the bed but he is confused because he does not think it is urine. What is happening? A. Menarche B. Spermarche C. Prostaterche D. None of the above

3 Your 13 year old son says he wet the bed but he is confused because he does not think it is urine. What is happening? A. Menarche B. Spermarche C. Prostaterche D. None of the above

4 Your 13 year old daughter is close to normal weight but seems to eat in spurts, uses laxatives and vomits often. Why is this? A. She is anorexic B. She has the flu C. She is obsessive-compulsive D. She is schizophrenic E. None of the above

5 Your 13 year old daughter is close to normal weight but seems to eat in spurts, uses laxatives and vomits often. Why is this? A. She is anorexic B. She has the flu C. She is obsessive-compulsive D. She is schizophrenic E. None of the above She is bulimic

6 Your 14 year old daughter rarely eats because she doesn’t want to be fat. She appears very thin, and wears baggy clothes to cover it up. What is the problem? A. Nothing is wrong B. She is bulimic C. She is paranoid E. None of the above

7 Your 14 year old daughter rarely eats because she doesn’t want to be fat. She appears very thin, and wears baggy clothes to cover it up. What is the problem? A. Nothing is wrong B. She is bulimic C. She is paranoid E. None of the above She is anorexic

8 What is this an example of? A. Bulimia B. Anorexia

9 What is this an example of? A. Bulimia B. Anorexia

10 What is this an example of? A. Bulimia B. Anorexia How can this be reduced? A. Vitamins B. Family meals together C. Genetic testing D. Exercise E. Psychiatric testing

11 What is this an example of? A. Bulimia B. Anorexia How can this be reduced? A. Vitamins B. Family meals together C. Genetic testing D. Exercise E. Psychiatric testing

12 You learn your 17 year old son has been driving 120 miles an hour on the freeway at 2:00 am. Why is that? A. The anterior hypothalamus has not matured B. The prefrontal cortex has not matured C. The cerebellum has not matured D. He has excessive adrenaline E. None of the above

13 You learn your 17 year old son has been driving 120 miles an hour on the freeway at 2:00 am. Why is that? A. The anterior hypothalamus has not matured B. The prefrontal cortex has not matured C. The cerebellum has not matured D. He has excessive adrenaline E. None of the above

14 How does this image relate to hormones and emotions?

15 It is reciprocal. What does that mean?

16 Why is this student sleeping? A.The lecture is dull B.Something else

17 Why is this student sleeping? Circadian rhythms

18 How does family stress relate to puberty? A. Causes late onset B. Causes early onset C. Decreases after D. Increases after

19 How does family stress relate to puberty? A. Causes late onset B. Causes early onset C. Decreases after D. Increases after

20 A problem with Fred being a sexually active adolescent is that his risk for contracting an STI increases if he: A. assumes that his partner doesn’t have an STI. B. has more than one partner within a year. C. does not use condoms during intercourse. D. all of the above.

21 A problem with Fred being a sexually active adolescent is that his risk for contracting an STI increases if he: A. assumes that his partner doesn’t have an STI. B. has more than one partner within a year. C. does not use condoms during intercourse. D. all of the above.

22 At 16, Jewel has not begun menarche. What factor may be influencing Jewel’s late start into puberty? A. She is very thin, with little body fat. B. Her mother began menarche at 14. C. There is a stepfather at home. D. There is a high degree of stress in Jewel’s home life.

23 At 16, Jewel has not begun menarche. What factor may be influencing Jewel’s late start into puberty? A. She is very thin, with little body fat. B. Her mother began menarche at 14. C. There is a stepfather at home. D. There is a high degree of stress in Jewel’s home life.

24 Video: Adolescence – Biosocial What do you need help with?

25 What topics do you need help with? A. First indications of puberty B. Physical changes in puberty C. Circadian rhythms D. Effects of family stress on puberty E.I understand

26 What topics do you need help with? A. Eating disorders B. Reducing eating disorders C. Effects of early pregnancy D. I understand

27 When Matt was 17 years old... Matt is having trouble sticking to the demanding homework routine in AP Science and Math. He wants to explore science on his own and has ideas about some experiments to propose at the Science Fair. Your response to this is to: A. encourage him to pursue his own interests as this is a good sign that he really wants to be a scientist. You think that insisting on dutiful homework would raise a spirit of rebellion in Matt, and that he will get back to the schoolwork of his own accord as soon as he sees what it feels like to get a "D" grade in class. B. suggest that he drop his least favorite after-school activity to devote more time to reading about his own interests in science, but urge him to keep up at least a B average in the science and math classes, because it will help him prepare for and get in to college. C. nag him about homework and make free time on the weekends contingent on a good week of homework. D. maintain firmly that you will not accept less than his best effort in school. You point out that college professors will not look kindly on someone who doesn't choose to work hard in their classes, no matter how good his or her writing may be.

28 How do hormones, brains, or cultures cause the problems parents have with teenagers?


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