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1 18-Emerging Adulthood - Cognitive Early 20’s

2 Though Vince was raised in a home where prejudice was taught, he has managed to shed those biases in adulthood. Looking beyond stereotypes requires: A.cognitive counterbalancing. B.cognitive moratorium. C.cognitive rigidity. D.cognitive flexibility.

3 Though Vince was raised in a home where prejudice was taught, he has managed to shed those biases in adulthood. Looking beyond stereotypes requires: A.cognitive counterbalancing. B.cognitive moratorium. C.cognitive rigidity. D.cognitive flexibility.

4 The ability to consider both a point and its counterpoint simultaneously is known as ________ thought. A.operational B.dialectical C.contradictory D.Postmodern

5 The ability to consider both a point and its counterpoint simultaneously is known as ________ thought. A.operational B.dialectical C.contradictory D.Postmodern

6 The local university starts an initiative to counter the belief that minority students are less academically gifted. If this helps prevent the minorities from themselves falling prey to this belief, then the program has helped to reduce: A. stereotype threat. B. prejudicial grading practices. C. postformal invalidity. D. operational declines.

7 The local university starts an initiative to counter the belief that minority students are less academically gifted. If this helps prevent the minorities from themselves falling prey to this belief, then the program has helped to reduce: A. stereotype threat. B. prejudicial grading practices. C. postformal invalidity. D. operational declines.

8 This demonstrates that moral values are powerfully affected by: A. Intelligence B. Culture C. Education D. National background E. B & D

9 This demonstrates that moral values are powerfully affected by: A. Intelligence B. Culture C. Education D. National background E. B & D

10 The local university starts an initiative to counter the belief that minority students are less academically gifted. If this helps prevent the minorities from themselves falling prey to this belief, then the program has helped to reduce: A. stereotype threat. B. prejudicial grading practices. C. postformal invalidity. D. operational declines.

11 The local university starts an initiative to counter the belief that minority students are less academically gifted. If this helps prevent the minorities from themselves falling prey to this belief, then the program has helped to reduce: A. stereotype threat. B. prejudicial grading practices. C. postformal invalidity. D. operational declines.

12 Video: Emerging Adulthood - Cognitive What do you need help with?

13 What topics do you need help with? A. Problem finding B. Delay discounting C. Subjective & objective thought D. Cognitive flexibility E. I understand

14 What topics do you need help with? A. Dialectical thought B. Background & culture related to morality C. Effects of college D. I understand

15 When You were in Late Adolescence / Emerging Adult You aren't exactly of legal drinking age, but during a holiday break from college you are at home, and your best friend from high school, Alex, invites you to a New Year's Eve party where you know there will be drinking. You don't really want to get in trouble but it sounds like a fun event. You decide to: A. Go anyway, drink alcohol, and stay out later than the reasonable expectations of your parents. You figure you're old enough to make these choices, and besides, you have a reputation to uphold and don't want to be seen as a "prude". B....go, stay out late, but not drink; instead you volunteer to be the designated driver. You don't want your parents to catch you with alcohol on your breath, nor do you want to risk getting caught and jeopardizing your college career, especially if the police happen to show up and give out tickets. C....say "no thanks" and stay in. It's not worth the risk. D. You agree to go to the party, and though you take a beer, you stand around all night with that same can without ever drinking.

16 How would you apply these concepts to the example above? Problem finding Delay discounting Subjective and objective thought Stereotype threat Cognitive flexibility Dialectical thought


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