COUN-6215-25 Week 6 Quiz with Answers (Ver 4)


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COUN 6215 Week 6 Quiz – Module 3

  1. One gender-related characteristic of peer evaluations is that
  2. To understand parent-teen conflicts, it can be helpful for the counselor to understand the parents’ and teen’s views of parental control. For example, teens often consider some aspects of parental control legitimate but not others. Which of the following kinds of rules governing behavior are teens most likely to feel that parents should not control?
  3. Tiffany is 3 years old. She knows that she is a girl, and she expects to be a girl tomorrow, but she does not understand that her gender is permanent. She believes that cutting her hair short could change her gender. Tiffany has but not
  4. Counselors working with school-age children and adolescents need to recognize that gender identity continues to develop in these years. Among the important findings from recent research is that girls tend to feel
  5. Which of these is the best summary of developmental trends in the formation of identity?
  6. Which of the following parenting styles is most closely associated with positive outcomes in psychosocial development and school achievement for adolescents?
  7. It’s a typical day for Tessa, a counselor who works with teenagers. Marcus explains to her that he came to school high on drugs because he can get away with it. He believes his teachers are clueless when it comes to spotting kids on drugs. Which form of adolescent egocentrism might Elkind use to describe Marcus’ view of the world?
  8. Experimentation with deviant or risky behaviors (drug use, vandalism, sex, truancy, etc.) in adolescence is
  9. When elementary school children are free to choose whomever they wish to play with, the most consistent finding is that they will choose
  10. What does contemporary research suggest about the nature of sexual orientation?
  11. In adolescence and early adulthood, males and females begin to spend more time in mixed-gender groups. Studies of who has more influence on the outcome of problem solving in mixed-gender groups indicate that
  12. Roberto, at 15, is finding that he loves to take chances. He enjoys the sensation of being on the edge of danger, whether he is trying a new drug, or riding in a car at top speed with his friends. Roberto was well-behaved, outgoing, and happy as a younger child. If you were his counselor, what would you tell his parents about his current experimentation with deviant behavior?
  13. When peers and parents both support academics, adolescents tend to be successful students. When peers and parents are at odds on the importance or value of academics, which of the following is most often true according to research?
  14. What kind of peer intervention is least likely to be helpful to troubled teens?
  15. As a toddler, Joey loved to “dance” with his mother and his sisters, twirling around the house to music. By age 5, Joey refused to dance anymore, saying that dancing was for girls. His mother felt that he really wanted to dance but that he just wouldn’t. How would a cognitive theorist explain Joey’s attitude toward dancing?
  16. Dennis is a 17-year-old who comes to a counselor because he feels sexually attracted to males, which is at odds with his religious beliefs. Although he has felt this way for a long time, he is still struggling to understand why. Based upon the information presented in this chapter, which of these explanations has some research support?
  17. High levels of parental monitoring and control are associated with which of the following outcomes regardless of ethnicity or social class?
  18. Which of the following is a well-documented gender difference in brain structure?
  19. Counselors working with young children should know that children as young as usually show some knowledge of gender-related preferences and activities.
  20. According to Erikson, what are the processes involved in the development of identity?
  21. Steinberg and Scott (2003) argue that when teenagers are found guilty of a crime, it may be that their culpability is mitigated in comparison to that of typical adults. Which of these is not one of the reasons they argue teenagers are probably less culpable than adults?
  22. What is the “two-pronged approach” to helping adolescents with their behavioral, social, or academic problems?
  23. For an adolescent engaging in risky behavior (e.g., alcohol use), one strategy that counselors can use is to introduce dissonance into the discussion. Before a counselor can do so effectively, she must
  24. When Marla, age 14, decides that she is a good writer because she gets better grades than her friend Jenna on stories she writes for English, she is demonstrating the use as part of identity formation.
  25. Biological females with two X chromosomes are sometimes born with congenital adrenalhyperplasia (CAH), which causes their external genitalia to appear more like those of a male. They may be misidentified at birth and raised as males. If the correct identification is not made before age 3, physicians often advise parents to continue raising the child as a boy, because the child’s gender identity may be difficult to change after age 3. The experiences of CAH girls and other gender atypical children have helped demonstrate that