PSYC 2003 Week1 Test
- Your roommate seems to have a bit of a problem with time management and ends up studying all night for an exam or writing a paper. She usually tells you that she did great on her exam after studying all night. From your knowledge, is she accurate in her assessment? Students who pull all-nighters generally perform .
- You are very angry with your brother, who is in a fraternity in college. After speaking with him, he confessed that he has driven several times during the past few months while he was intoxicated, but insists that most of his friends do it, too. What percentage of traditional-aged college students report having driven intoxicated within the past year?
- Your roommate sleeps quite a bit during the late afternoon. According to research (Brown et al., 2002), traditional-aged college students are more than twice as likely as other adults to report.
- Your 20-year-old brother is 5’10” tall. He claims that he is going to grow another two inches. Is this likely?
- For most people, self-esteem.
- Your roommate seems to have a bit of a problem with time management and ends up studying all night for an exam or writing a paper. Is this unusual behavior for a traditional-aged college student?
- Characteristics that distinguish emerging adulthood from other periods begin to develop
- Your sister’s roommate was recently married and now has a full-time job. Before that time, she partied a lot and was pretty crazy, wild, and engaged in quite a bit of risky behavior. According to Osgood, because of your sister’s roommate’s new role transition, she is engaging much less in .
- Your developmental class is having an interesting discussion about what it means to be an adult. Most of the class includes individuals who are emerging adults. What is the consensus of your class? The most important marker for adulthood is .
- When your little sister, who is a traditional-aged freshman in college, comes home to visit, she sleeps all weekend. Why? She has accumulated.