Julia esteems herself very highly but scorns her peers. Research indicates that she most likely will:
be an aggressive bully
Children's “increasing ability to regulate themselves, to take responsibility, and to exercise self-control” all contribute to their sense of:
Researchers found that if the mothers of monozygotic twins were more negative toward one of their twins, that twin:
became more antisocial than the co-twin
Research shows that a child is most likely to be a victim of bullying if the child is:
The ability of children and adults to naturally try to deal with their problems is known as:
The child who weathers severe family problems, even abuse, and somehow remains unscathed in the process is termed as:
A common characteristic of bullies is that they:
descriptions best defines effortful control?
ability to regulate one's emotions and actions through effort, not simply through natural inclination
a sign of psychosocial maturation in a child between the ages of 6 and 11?
strives for independence from parents
Kohlberg's theory has been criticized because:
the theory is seen as not taking into account cultural differences.
Many parents believe that they mold their children's personalities. This belief is challenged by which of the following research findings?
Much more of the environmental effects on personality come from outside the family than was previously believed.
Ten-year-old Mary caught Anne, her best friend, lying to her own mom. Mary will probably:
keep quiet about it
Dimitri has been married before and has two biological children. He has just married Natasha, who has also been married before and has a biological son. Their family is an example of a:
In childhood, how children react to a serious stressor depends primarily on:
how many other stressors are present
ability to understand social reactions
When one assesses one's abilities, achievements, social status, and other attributes by measuring them against those of other people, especially one's peers, one is engaging in:
Unrealistically high or low self-esteem correlates with:
attributes is typical of school-age children?
Because John's mother suffers from depression and his father is an alcoholic, John is often neglected. Despite his circumstances, he maintains a positive outlook. What may be helping him keep his positive attitude?
his circle of friends & their activities
Andrea is a typical 11-year-old whose growing self-consciousness and self-criticism drive her to frequently compare herself with her peers. If Andrea is like most children, such comparisons will:
reduce her self esteem
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