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JaNean watches intently as her father shows her how to make bread. Over time he allows her to knead the bread and then eventually he steps back and allows her to make bread from start to finish. This is an example of:
Four-year-old Pierre has learned to not hit the family dog in order to not get in trouble with his parents. This is an example of which stage of moral development?
Mortality of constraint
It is believed that the peer group helps children in the ________ of moral development while the family influences a child's ________ of moral development.
process, level
One of the important contributions of peer groups as it relates to moral development is:
the opportunity to try out roles learned at home.
Five-year-old Angela sees Taylor playing with dolls and says, "Boys don't play with dolls! That's for girls." Taylor is learning about ________ from his peer.
gender roles.
Knowledge about the mechanics of reproduction usually comes from ________ while knowledge about sexual behavior usually comes from ________.
parents, peers and the media
Social support can take the form of:

a. emotional support.

b. companionship.

c. sharing of material possessions.

d. intellectual support.

e. all of these choices.
e. all of these choices.
Three-year-old Anna is playing with her cars in the corner while four-year-old Samuel is watching as others are playing a game of tag. Anna is engaging in ________ play while Samuel is engaging in ________ play.
solitary, onlooker
A common type of play among children is "superhero/heroine play. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of this type of play?

Experience prestige.

b. Imitation of figures who have magical powers.

c. Experience power.

d. Learning of abstract values such as honor and justice.

e. Learning of new vocabulary.
e. Learning of new vocabulary.
What of the following is NOT a factor in the emergence of peer groups in a child's life?

a. Temperament of child

b. Availability of age mates

c. Social competence of the child

d. Family situations

e. Socioeconomic status of the family
Socioeconomic status of the family
Which age group would most likely describe their friends as someone they like to hang out with, tease, roughhouse with or engage in activities such as riding bikes?
Harry says that Andre is his best friend because he lives next door and he has trucks. Harry is most likely in what stage of development?
Early childhood
Which of the following is INCORRECTLY matched?

a. Intimate, shared relationships: middle childhood to adolescence.

b. Momentary playmateship: early childhood.

c. Fair-weather cooperation: middle childhood.

d. One-way assistance: early to middle childhood.

e. Dating relationships: middle childhood to adolescence.
e. Dating relationships: middle childhood to adolescence.
Andrea is described by her teacher as socially unskilled, bossy, and aggressive with her peers. Andrea is most likely to be ________ by her peers.
________ are techniques used to measure patterns of acceptance, neglect and rejection among members of a particular group.
36 Exclusionary techniques used by peer groups to keep out unwanted members can include:

a. harassing.

b. all of these choices.

c. expelling.

d. ridicule.

e. stigmatizing.
b. all of these
According to Jackson and McBride a ________ is a group of people who form an allegiance for a common purpose and engage in unlawful or criminal activity.
Members of ________ usually come from families with poor adult supervision and from poorer families.
Kyle's scout leaders set clear policies and design their activities along clear parameters. The leaders participate in all of the activities while providing objective praise and criticism. Their leadership style could be characterized as:
Participation in organized sports can serve all of the following purposes EXCEPT:

a. promote talent.

b. teach leadership skills.

c. attainment of physical health.

d. promote loyalty.

e. increase academic achievement.
e. increase academic achievement.