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PS380 Multicultural Psychology Exam 6&7 Answers (Ashworth College)

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Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 5 Mindy and her parents recently moved. The neighborhood was totally different from what they were used to. The family had to learn the ways and behaviors of the new neighborhood. This is a reflection of: Question options: human development. socialization. stages of moral development. identity. Question 0 / 2.5 points 6 Louise wants to determine whether abortion is an acceptable action for her, she must first understand what abortion is meant to accomplish. Thereafter, she must then understand the different ways to accomplish those intended objectives within the given environment before arriving at a conclusion. What has Louise demonstrated? Question options: Persistence Human development Openness Moral reasoning Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 7 Adults acquire attitudes and learn behaviors early in life and tend not to change them later. Which psychological model introduces this view? Question options: Persistence Recency Power Openness Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 8 Across cultures, a child's early temperament is primarily a function of: Question options: environment. location. religious influence. biology. Question 9 2.5 / 2.5 points Ruth is determined to become president of the corporation. She works more than 10 hours per day, is meticulous in her work, and sticks with the most difficult projects until they are completed. Ruth would MOST likely score highly on a scale that measured what? Question options: Agreeableness Persistence Openness Extroversion Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 10 Birth is a major adjustment for the infant as he/she leaves the familiar environment of the womb and takes his/her place in the world. Naming a baby is a part of this birth process. Being born and naming a child is considered: Question options: means of access. check points. rites of passage. pledges. Question 0 / 2.5 points 11 Alice often cries but she cannot do for herself. Alice needs total care. What development stage does this refer to? Question options: Adolescence Late adulthood Temperament Infancy Question 2.5 / 2.5 points

12 Erikson's theory of development has been criticized by psychologists for mixing objective descriptions with what? Question options: Statistical formulas Complicated stories about extraordinary cases Subjective prescriptions Journalist reports Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 13 Since Mary's birth she will go through changes in physical, physiological and social behavior as experienced by other individuals across the life span from conception to death. What are these changes referred to? Question options: Socialization Maturation Human development Identity Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 14 According to psychologist Lev Vygotsky, what kind of children's interaction is MOST likely to advance their intellectual development? Question options: Interaction with the media, especially television Guided interaction with a more knowledgeable partner Interaction with the child's peers Any interaction in stressful situations Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 15 "My first child was so sweet natured and easy going, but my second one is so aggressive and stubborn!" What is the mother referring to? Question options: Temperament Identity Personality Socialization Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 16 George enjoys riding his motorcycle and recently became a member of a motorcycle club by taking on the values, beliefs and behaviors of the other club members. What is the name of the process? Question options: Social justice Social access Socialization Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 17 "Ricky is a stubborn old man! His behaviors and attitudes are the same from when he was an adolescent," stated his wife. What is the name of this theoretical view? Question options: The Openness Model Socialization Human Development The Persistence Model Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 18 Three forms of attachment are recognized across cultures. The first two are: "anxious and avoidant" and "anxious and resistant." What is the third? Question options: Anxious and accepting Resistant and accepting Securely attached Ambivalent Question 2.5 / 2.5 points 19 In a community where duty to the family is stressed; family is more important than individuality. Also, adults control friendship choices and occupation choices. There are legal restrictions on behavior. The community