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1 16-Adolescence-Psychosocial 11 – 18 years Jr. High & High school - Teenage years

2 What stage is this adolescent in? What questions are being asked?

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

4 Andrew lost his job, dropped out of North Seattle College, spends his time sleeping on the couch, and says, “whatever”.” He is experiencing identity: A. Diffusion B. Foreclosure C. Moratorium D. Achievement

5 Andrew lost his job, dropped out of North Seattle College, spends his time sleeping on the couch, and says, “whatever”.” He is experiencing identity: A. Diffusion B. Foreclosure C. Moratorium D. Achievement

6 Bridget wants to travel Europe for two years before making decisions about college, career, or getting married. Bridget is experiencing identity: A. Foreclosure B. Moratorium C. Diffusion D. Role repudiation

7 Bridget wants to travel Europe for two years before making decisions about college, career, or getting married. Bridget is experiencing identity: A. Foreclosure B. Moratorium C. Diffusion D. Role repudiation

8 Wilson’s parents wanted him to be an attorney and join their law firm, so that is what he did. Wilson experienced identity: A. Achievement B. Foreclosure C. Negative identity D. Diffusion

9 Wilson’s parents wanted him to be an attorney and join their law firm, so that is what he did. Wilson experienced identity: A. Achievement B. Foreclosure C. Negative identity D. Diffusion

10 What would this be an example of? A. Generation gap B. Adolescent burden C. Conformity D. None of the above

11 What would this be an example of? A. Generation gap B. Adolescent burden C. Conformity D. None of the above – Peer pressure

12 What would this be an example of? A. Peer pressure B. Peer selection C. Peer facilitation D. Peer focus Jim chooses friends that do the same things he does.

13 What would this be an example of? A. Peer pressure B. Peer selection C. Peer facilitation D. Peer focus Jim chooses friends that do the same things he does. How can this have a negative effect?

14 What would this be an example of? A. Peer facilitation B. Peer selection C. Peer exclusion D. Generation gap E. Foreclosure

15 What would this be an example of? A. Peer facilitation B. Peer selection C. Peer exclusion D. Generation gap E. Foreclosure

16 Which is most apt to be the completed teen suicide? A. Male B. Female

17 Which is most apt to be the completed teen suicide? A. Male Why? B. Female

18 Video: Adolescence-Psychosocial What do you need help with?

19 What topics do you need help with? A. Identity vs role confusion B. Achieving an identity – Identity diffusion – Moratorium – Foreclosure C. Closeness within the family – Parental monitoring D. I understand

20 What topics do you need help with? A. Peer pressure – Peer selection for friends – Facilitation of similar behavior B. Suicide – Attempted vs. successful C. I understand

21 As a teenager, what were your experiences with identity, parents, peer pressure, sex, drugs, suicide, etc. that are covered in this chapter? What might you do differently? You do not need to divulge any more information than you wish to.

22 The opposite of identity achievement is: A. role confusion. B. identity foreclosure. C. negative identity. D. identity moratorium.

23 The opposite of identity achievement is: A. role confusion. B. identity foreclosure. C. negative identity. D. identity moratorium.

24 When 16-year-old Vu agreed with his parents that his career would be to continue the family business, he was exhibiting: A. identity diffusion. B. moratorium. C. foreclosure. D. identity achievement.

25 When 16-year-old Vu agreed with his parents that his career would be to continue the family business, he was exhibiting: A. identity diffusion. B. moratorium. C. foreclosure. D. identity achievement.

26 Adults often have a negative attitude toward, and sometimes a fear of, their child’s peers because of the negative social pressure from peers. Parents who have this attitude may overlook that: A. pressure to conform to peers is short-lived (declining after age 14). B. peers ease the transition from childhood to adulthood. C. peers generally encourage socially desirable behavior. D. all of the above.

27 Adults often have a negative attitude toward, and sometimes a fear of, their child’s peers because of the negative social pressure from peers. Parents who have this attitude may overlook that: A. pressure to conform to peers is short-lived (declining after age 14). B. peers ease the transition from childhood to adulthood. C. peers generally encourage socially desirable behavior. D. all of the above.

28 Martha is not sure what she wants to do with her life. Her parents are pushing her to do something. Which of the following actions best reflects Martha’s attempt to get a moratorium? A. leave home and move out of state so that she feels less parental pressure B. enroll at the local community college C. work for her father in his store D. take a full-time job

29 Martha is not sure what she wants to do with her life. Her parents are pushing her to do something. Which of the following actions best reflects Martha’s attempt to get a moratorium? A. leave home and move out of state so that she feels less parental pressure B. enroll at the local community college C. work for her father in his store D. take a full-time job

30 Adolescent females outnumber the males in parasuicide, yet males outnumber females in suicide. Why? A. Females are not really serious about suicide. B. Females are more likely to reach out. C. Males use more violent methods to attempt suicide. D. Males are more likely to act out of self-hatred.

31 Adolescent females outnumber the males in parasuicide, yet males outnumber females in suicide. Why? A. Females are not really serious about suicide. B. Females are more likely to reach out. C. Males use more violent methods to attempt suicide. D. Males are more likely to act out of self-hatred.

32 You have now raised your child to 18 years old. Were these decisions easier or harder than you thought they would be? Do you think you were a good parent? Why? For parents, how does raising a virtual child compare to raising a real child? – Is it easier or harder?


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