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All of the following are examples of risk factors that increase

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All of the following are examples of risk factors that increase the tendency to become delinquent EXCEPT:
A. antisocial peers.

B. socioeconomic disadvantages.

C. single parenting.

D. maltreatment.
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Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points

The ability to overcome risk factors and to function adaptively in spite of being exposed to serious threats and negative circumstances is called:
A. sociability.

B. hardiness.

C. adaptability.

D. resilience.
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Life experiences, abilities, and events that help a child resist engaging in chronic, serious antisocial behavior are called:
A. protective factors.

B. genotropic resistance.

C. resilient qualities.

D. social skills.
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Competence results from:
A. a complex interaction between a person and his or her environment.

B. repeatedly excelling in many of life’s arenas.

C. a combination of intelligence and social support.

D. practicing a task until it is mastered.
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The scientific study of the conditions and variables that influence the neurological, biological, mental, emotional, and social development of children is referred to as:
A. the ecological perspective.

B. integrative theory.

C. the developmental perspective.

D. social theory.
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Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points

The developmental pathways are also commonly referred to as developmental:
A. roadways.

B. twigs.

C. trajectories.

D. biologies.
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Which status offense has substantially increased in recent years?
A. Underage sexual activity

B. Underage drinking

C. Truancy

D. Running away
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A child delinquent is:
A. between the ages of seven and twelve.

B. under age seven.

C. between the ages of five and thirteen.

D. under age four.
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Which of the following is NOT an internalizing disorder?
A. Depression

B. Eating disorder

C. Attention deficit/hyperactivity

D. Anxiety
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__________ is primarily a diagnostic label used to describe a child or adolescent who repetitively and persistently violates the basic rights of others.
A. Conduct disorder

B. Anxiety

C. Bad attitude

D. Low self-esteem
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Inadequate schools are examples of __________ risk factors.
A. individual

B. ecological

C. extrafamilial

D. health risk
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Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points

One of the most frequently identified risk factors associated with child development and delinquency is:
A. sleep deprivation.

B. poverty.

C. physical size.

D. low self-esteem.
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Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points

Individuals who commit school shootings often have which risk factor in common?
A. Economically disadvantaged families

B. Rejection by peers

C. Health risk factor

D. Psychobiological
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Children are often rejected by their peers for a variety of reasons, but a prominent reason appears to be:
A. aggressive behavior.

B. shyness.

C. appearance.

D. mental capacity.
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Children who are both __________ have a high probability of engaging in delinquent behavior later on.
A. aggressive and socially rejected

B. impulsive and anxious

C. hyperactive and highly intelligent

D. shy and reclusive
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Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

Ignoring, excluding, and spreading rumors are all examples of __________ aggression.
A. exclusion

B. relational

C. reactive

D. covert
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Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points

One of the strongest predictors of offending in female adolescents is having:
A. been suspended during the middle school years.

B. attended poor quality daycare.

C. received negative feedback from teachers.

D. a weak parental relationship with father.
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Giving a child a weekly allowance with the hope of teaching him or her to manage money or serving as room parents in school are examples of:
A. parenting practices.

B. parenting styles.

C. goal-oriented parenting.

D. protective parenting.
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According to Baumrind’s (1971) parental styles, parents who strictly enforce numerous rules without question or explanation are considered:
A. authoritative.

B. permissive.

C. authoritarian.

D. strict.
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Low parental monitoring is associated with:
A. lower levels of antisocial behavior.

B. lower levels of violence.

C. earlier initiation of substance abuse.

D. higher academic achievement.
I have 16 of them, and are researching the remaining 4. When do you need this done?
Correction. 19 done. I am having great trouble getting #5. Do you remember it from class?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Nope sorry. I need it by Friday.
I am 95%+ sure of most of them.

1. C (They all are, but c is not mentioned specifically at
2. D
3. A
4. C (I think, or A)
5. A seems to fit best of the choices.
6. C
7. B
8. A
9. C
10. A
11. B
12. B
13. B
14. A
15. A
16. B
17. D
18. A
19. C
20. C
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
There were only four that were wrong. I'll get back to you about that soon. I have another 20 questions.
Which four? I don't want to make those mistakes again.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

number 4 was A

number 5 was C

number 11 was C

number 17 was A


I can accept the first 3, but #17 is wrong. It is D. Argue the case and get your points. Having a poor or nonexistent relationship with a father is THE leading indicator of trouble ahead for girls. Girls being raised without a father are something like 14 times as likely to end up with substance abuse, teen pregnancy, and delinquency problems.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
I'm gonna paste more questions.
I'll go look for them. See you in that post.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Inadequate language ability and ADHD are considered __________ risk factors.

A. inherent

B. contextual

C. clinical

D. individual

Question 2 of 20
Which statement best describes physical aggression in preschool children?

A. It is a strong predictor of later violence.

B. It declines if ignored by caretakers.

C. It is a normal developmental behavior.

D. It rarely, if ever, occurs in preschool children.
Question 3 of 20
Cote et al. (2007) found that girls are more likely to be aggressive by:

A. punching and pushing.

B. physically bullying.

C. biting.

D. spreading a nasty rumor.

Question 4 of 20
The most common problem associated with ADHD is:

A. substance abuse.

B. an emotional disorder.

C. schizophrenia.

D. serious depression.
Question 5 of 20
Genetics play a prominent role in which type of delinquency?

A. Persistent aggressive and violent behavior

B. Assertive behavior

C. Genocentric behavior

D. Persuasive behavior
Question 6 of 20
Dizygotic twins (DZ) are also called __________ twins.

A. identical

B. fraternal

C. single-egg

D. monozygotic
Question 7 of 20
Psychophysiology refers to the study of the dynamic interactions between behavior and:

A. perinatal factors.

B. peer acceptance.

C. prenatal factors.

D. the autonomic nervous system.
Question 8 of 20
Each of the following is true of hostile attribution bias EXCEPT:

A. it develops during late adolescence.

B. it is the tendency to see hostile intentions when there are none.

C. it leads to aggressive behavior toward peers.

D. it leads to processing social information in maladaptive ways.
Question 9 of 20

Which emotion is most frequently associated with problem behaviors in children and adolescents?

A. Fear

B. Sadness

C. Anger

D. Frustration
Question 10 of 20
Stouthamer-Loeber (2004) found that one of the strongest predictors of serious, violent criminal behavior is:

A. introverted personality.

B. abuse in childhood.

C. cruelty to animals.

D. poor social skills.
Question 11 of 20
Cognitive, social, or emotional influences and experiences that moderate, buffer, or insulate against risk are called:

A. coping skills.

B. protective factors.

C. resilient factors.

D. resiliency skills.
Question 12 of 20
Which is NOT an example of a protection variable?

A. Parental support

B. Competence

C. Self-regulation

D. Body type
Question 13 of 20
Which of the following is NOT one of the four broad factors in resilient children?

A. Connection to competent caring adults

B. Cognitive and self regulation skills

C. Access to myriad experiences

D. Motivation to be effective in the environment Reset Selection

Question 14 of 20
Among the most important network factors contributing to resilience in children and the prevention of delinquent behavior are:

A. supportive peers and nonpunitive community.

B. wealth and good spending habits.

C. excellent-quality television programs.

D. isolation and keeping family matters private.

Question 15 of 20
Which parental quality has been found to be positively associated with children’s social and academic functioning?

A. Optimism

B. Permissiveness

C. Not communicating

D. Emotionally remote

Question 16 of 20
Which of the following is NOT one of Gardner’s different intelligences?

A. Altruistic

B. Linguistic

C. Existential

D. Kinesthetic

Question 17 of 20
Which of the following is NOT one of the fundamental aspects of intelligence in Sternberg’s triarchic theory?

A. Analytic componential

B. Creative experiential

C. Kinesthetic/physical

D. Practical/contextual
Question 18 of 20
A surprising finding in the research on resiliency is:

A. that it is uncommon.

B. that it comes from rare and special qualities.

C. the high IQs of children with resilience.

D. that it is ordinary.

Question 19 of 20
Research on self-esteem shows that:

A. individuals have not one but several self views.

B. it remains stable throughout life.

C. it is not affected by social comparisons.

D. it is established in early childhood.
Question 20 of 20
__________ prompts someone to do something because the activity is enjoyed for its own sake.

A. Intrinsic motivation

B. A biological factor

C. Affective style

D. Self-esteem


"how much for these? sameprice? $21?

That sounds good. Hopefully you do not need them tonight?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
When you're done with it. Tuesday lets say is good enough.
Plenty, plenty. I just cannot work on it for the next couple of hours.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

first colum are the answers you gave me and the second are the correct ones.

1DDpp. 50
2CCpp. 52
3DDpp. 52
4BApp. 68
5AApp. 68
6BBpp. 69
7DDpp. 69
8AApp. 55
9CCpp. 57
10CCpp. 58
11BBpp. 78
12DDpp. 78
13CCpp. 83
14AApp. 84
15AApp. 85
16AApp. 89
17CCpp. 89
18DDpp. 79
19DApp. 96
20AApp. 96

Final score 90

I can accept #4. The page I was reading did not say anything about substance use, so it is possible that more than half of ADHD sufferers use drugs.
I do disagree with #19, since self-esteem issues can begin as early as 3 years old, so that is the age that positive self-esteem would begin. It 3 not early enough for the opinion of the book to be "early childhood?"

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