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1

Oedipal complex begins at:

A. 0-2 years
B. 2-4 years
C. 3-6 years
D. 7-10 years

C

2

The conflict during Middle Age (40-65) according to Erikson’s Stages:

A. Integrity vs Despair
B. Generativity vs. Stagnation
C. Intimacy vs Isolation
D. Industry vs Inferiority

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3

The following statements describes an optimal environment for growth and development EXCEPT:

A. Predictable events
B. Stable
C. Parents providing for the needs of the children
D. With all modern technology that can stimulate the child

D

4

The following statements are true about a normal family EXCEPT

A. Does not play a role in transmission of social roles and cultural values
B. Persons who share resources, responsibility for decision making, values, and goals, and have a commitment to each other over time
C. First venue for learning how to work, love, and be human
D. It is the unit most capable of providing basic needs

A

5

5. Which are not paired correctly according to the Stages of the Life Cycle?
A. 3 to 6 years: Industry vs Inferiorty
B. Adolescence: Genital stage
C. Middle age: Generativity vs Stagnation
D. 0 to 1 years: Oral stage

A

6

The following statements are true during school age EXCEPT:

A. There is a period where the sexual drive of a child is presumed to be latent
B. Most important social problems of the child involve only the family
C. Upon entry to school, the child finds new roles.
D. Children start to have many friends and tend to group with the same gender

B

7

The following occurs during puberty EXCEPT:

A. Hormonal changes
B. Deepening of voice for males
C. Narrowing of hips and decrease in fat tissue for females
D. Development of pubic hair

C

8

The following statements are true about adolescence EXCEPT

A. Period of remarkable brain development
B. Significant synaptic pruning occurs
C. Myelination of nerve fibers is completed early during the early phase of adolescence
D. The teenager is exposed to more complex social environments and has more opportunities to form new relationships

C

9

The following problems are encountered during middle adulthood EXCEPT

A. Deciding what career path to take
B. Being caught between one’s children and one’s parents
C. Taking stock of one’s life and deciding on what to do with the rest of it
D. Missing children who have already left for college or are already living far from home.

A

10

The following are issues met during Late Adulthood based on Erikson’s Stages EXCEPT:

A. Being concerned over one’s generativity
B. Having economic security amidst retirement
C. Having to retire amidst still being able to work
D. Dealing with death of friends and siblings

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11

The last stage of Erikson’s stages of personality development

A. Generativity vs Stagnation
B. Integrity vs Despair
C. Intimacy vs Isolation
D. Industry vs Inferiority

B

12

The role of this stage according to Erikson is to plan and carry out actions and get along well with peers as an independent and autonomous person

A. Initiative vs Guilt
B. Identity vs Role confusion
C. Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt
D. Industry vs Inferiority

A

13

characterized by the capacity for abstract thinking

A. Sensorimotor
B. Preoperational
C. Concrete operations
D. Formal Operations

D

14

At this stage, children see rules as fixed and absolute:

A. Obedience and punishment
B. Interpersonal concordance orientation
C. Individual exchange
D. Social contract

A

15

In this phase of separation-individuation, infant gets about on its own, first crawling and then moving freely, then begins to explore actively becoming more independent of the mother. The infant experiences itself as one with the mother.

A. Hatching
B. Practicing
C. Rapproachement
D. Symbiotic Phase

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16

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

16. Mother’s viral infection

A. Biological factor
B. Psychological factor
C. Social factor
D. Does not affect development

A

17

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

17. Father was excited for a male child

A. Biological factor
B. Psychological factor
C. Social factor
D. Does not affect development

C

18

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

18. Father is alcoholic

A. Biological factor
B. Psychological factor
C. Social factor
D. Does not affect development

C

19

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

Gerard tends to think that people are deliberate annoying him

A. Biological factor
B. Psychological factor
C. Social factor
D. Does not affect development

B

20

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

20. Mother is breadwinner

A. Biological factor
B. Psychological factor
C. Social factor
D. Does not affect development

C

21

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

21. Elder brother left

A. Predisposing factor
B. Precipitating factor
C. Perpetuating factor
D. Combination factor

B

22


Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

22. Delayed language and motor
development


A. Predisposing factor
B. Precipitating factor
C. Perpetuating factor
D. Combination factor

A

23

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

23. Father constantly shouts at Gerard and his mother

A. Predisposing factor
B. Precipitating factor
C. Perpetuating factor
D. Combination factor

C

24

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

24. Living in a slum area

A. Predisposing factor
B. Precipitating factor
C. Perpetuating factor
D. Combination factor

C

25

Gerard, 10 year old boy who was referred to the psychiatry clinic by the school for management of outbursts that have occurred more frequently in the last two weeks after Gerard’s elder brother went to work overseas. At the time of mother’s pregnancy, father was excitedly expecting a male child who he can carry his name. At birth, Gerard has a peculiar facie but the rest of his body was normal. During infancy and toddler period, he had delayed speech and motor development but was able to read at 8 years and is now in Grade 1 for the third time. Gerard’s family lives in a home in a slum in Manila. His father is unemployed, an alcoholic and is frequently shouting at both the mother and Gerard for trivial things. Mother is the breadwinner. She leaves Gerard to the care of a neighbor because she cannot count on her husband. Gerard is a difficult child. He tends to think that they are deliberately annoying him causing him to have frequent temper outbursts. Both parents dislike his unpredictable behavior.

25. Repeated Grade 1 thrice

A. Predisposing factor
B. Precipitating factor
C. Perpetuating factor
D. Combination factor

D

26

Gender roles and statuses are acquired early in life thru

A. Play
B. Education
C. Imitation of parents

A

27

Difference between personality and personhood

A. Personality is social while personhood is individual
B. Personality is social while personhood is social
C. Personality is individual while personhood is social
D. Personality is individual while personhood is individual

C

28

Personalism as a cultural theme and script refers to:

A. The emphasis on family in early life
B. The emphasis on economic well-being in early life
C. The emphasis on personal relationships in early life
D. The emphasis on responsibility for the younger generation in early life

C

29

Familism refers to

A. The emphasis on family in early life
B. The emphasis on economic well-being in early life
C. The emphasis on personal relationships in early life
D. The emphasis on responsibility for the younger generation in early life

A

30

Culture is defined as:

A. Shared and learned behaviors passed within a group over time
B. Shared and learned behavior transmitted genetically
C. Shared and learned behavior acquired from books
D. Shared and learned behavior acquired from the internet

A

31

Culture that helps a group survive, hence it is called

A. Maladaptive
B. Adaptive
C. Fluid
D. Static

B

32

If you’re born into a group, the way of learning how they do things is:

A. Acculturation
B. Themetization
C. Enculturation
D. Commercialization

C

33

The broad general patterns of ways of living taken for granted as normal are known as:

A. Political economy
B. Micro Patterns
C. Cultural themes
D. Maladaptive processes

C

34

____________ enables us to behave, to see the world, and react to it emotionally.

A. Political economy
B. Micro Patterns
C. Cultural scripts
D. Maladaptive processes

C

35

Roles are:

A. Expectations within a social network
B. Places within a social network
C. Seeing each other within a social network
D. The essence of a social network

A

36

Statues are:

A. Expectations within a social network
B. Places within a social network
C. Seeing each other within a social network
D. The essence of a social network

B

37

Cultural scripts are

A. Absolute and therefore not subject to change
B. Flexible and subject to interpretation
C. Outside of the scope of culture
D. Irrelevant to daily life

B

38

What is a polygynous family?

A. 1 wife, 1 husband
B. 1 wife, several husbands
C. 1 husband, several wives
D. 1 husband, no wives

C

39

Kinship has to do with the:

A. Conflicts people have with each other thru marriage, blood, adoption, and ritual
B. Roles that people play in everyday lives
C. Statuses that people occupy in everyday lives
D. Relationships people have with each other thru marriage, blood, adoption, and ritual

D

40

Normality is understood in the context of:

A. Biological processes
B. Theological pronouncements
C. Political economy
D. Social organization

D

41

The process of blowing off steam and releasing stress and tension is known as::

A. Controlled normality
B. Uncontrolled normality
C. Controlled abnormality
D. Uncontrolled abnormality

C

42

The ways in which sexual and gender roles are played out according to one’s sex and gender are known as:

A. Sexual scripts
B. Sexual roles
C. Gender roles
D. Gender scripts

A

43

The entry of women into the workforce has often meant:

A. Liberation from domestic duties
B. Addition of work to domestic tasks
C. No impact at all on women’s work
D. No impact on professional duties

B

44

Gender refers to:

A. Biological dimorphism
B. The act of sex
C. Roles, statuses, and scripts ascribed to one’s sex
D. NOTA

C

45

Human sexuality is:

A. Unidimensional
B. Bidimensional
C. Tridimensional
D. Multidimensional

D

46

Sexual identity refers to:

A. External genitalia only
B. Internal genitalia only
C. Internal and external genitalia
D. Gender fluid

C

47

Gender identity refers to:

A. Individual’s sense
B. A person’s chromosomes
C. A person’s sexual practices
D. A person’s sexual fantasies

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48

Androgyny refers to:

A. A person having masculine traits
B. A person having feminine traits
C. A person having both masculine and feminine traits
D. A person having no traits

A

49

Sexual orientation is the degree to which an individual manifests:

A. A person’s degree of manifesting gender roles
B. A person’s degree of emotional and erotic attraction to animals
C. A person’s degree of sexual behavior
D. A person’s degree of emotional and erotic attraction to same sex, opposite sex, or both sexes

D

50

Sexual behavior refers to:

A. An amalgam of psychological and physiological responses to internal and external stimuli
B. An amalgam of sexual identity and sexual characteristics
C. An amalgam of gender identity and gender roles
D. An amalgam of sexual and gender identities

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51

Autoeroticism is part of:

A. Gender identity
B. Sexual identity
C. Sexual orientation
D. Sexual behavior

D

52

Who discovered the human sexual response cycle?

A. Alfred Kinsley
B. Masters and Johnson
C. Freud
D. Adler

B

53

The human sexual response cycle is:

A. Desire, excitement, orgasm, resolution
B. Excitement, Orgasm, and resolution
C. Excitement, desire, and orgasm
D. Desire, Excitement and Orgasm

A

54

Transgressing sexual and gender norms may result in:

A. Decreased quality of orgasm
B. Stigma and discrimination
C. Increased sexual excitement
D. Decreased desire

B

55

In sexuality, the gender and sexual norms for females

A. Promote passivity and ignorance
B. Promote emancipation
C. Promotes equality between men and women
D. Promotes violence to maintain hierarchy

A

56

In sexuality, the gender and sexual norms for males:

A. Promote passivity and ignorance
B. Promote emancipation
C. Promotes equality between men and women
D. Promotes violence to maintain hierarchy

D

57

Not a high risk for STI

A. IV drug use
B. Sex with multiple partners
C. Sex with person with multiple partners
D. Sex with condom

D

58

What is transference?

A. The patient treats the therapist as someone significant in the patient’s life
B. The patient treats the therapist as an individual person
C. The therapist treats the patient as someone significant in the therapist’s life
D. The therapist treats the patient as an individual person

A

59

What is countertransference?

A. The patient treats the therapist as someone significant in the patient’s life
B. The patient treats the therapist as an individual person
C. The therapist treats the patient as someone significant in the therapist’s life
D. The therapist treats the patient as an individual person

C

60

Spiritual factors are part of

A. Human sexuality
B. Sexual behavior
C. Sexual orientation
D. Gender identity

A

61

In Freud’s theory of the mind, which falls in the preconscious level?

A. Memories
B. Thoughts
C. Violent urges
D. Immoral acts

A

62

The moralistic part of personality that resides in the preconscious begins forming at:

A. 2 to 3 years
B. 4 to 5 years
C. 6 to 7 years
D. 8-9 years

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63

Active effort of the ego to push threatening material out of consciousness or to keep such material from ever reaching consciousness. The defense mechanism is:

A. Suppression
B. Repression
C. Sublimation
D. Displacement

A

64

Rose is excessively orderly, stubborn, and there was a traumatic toilet training. This is a result of fixation at what stage?

A. Oral stage
B. Phallic
C. Genital
D. Anal stage

D

65

Abi has fears of pursuing her goals and she is unable to make decisions. There is difficulty starting projects and she has low self-esteem, no confidence. According to Erikson this is a result of the disruption of:

A. Trust vs Mistrust
B. Autonomy vs Shame
C. Initiative vs Guilt
D. Industry vs Inferiority

C

66

In Adler, the first child is considered

A. Competitive
B. Pseudoparent, high achiever
C. Rebellious
D. Avent-garde

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67

Which of the following theories focuses on the importance of the relationships with other people in defining personality?

A. Object relations
B. Piaget
C. Horney
D. Kohlberg

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68

This occurs from the 5th month to the 36th month where children become psychologically separated from their mother and it consists of 4 substages:

A. Autistic Phase
B. Symbiotic Phase
C. Separation-individuation
D. Latency stage

C

69

Child developed a constant inner representation of her mother and she could tolerate physical separation from her. This shows:

A. Differentiation
B. Practicing
C. Reapproachement
D. Object constancy

D

70

According to Bowlby, next stage after despair is

A. Protest
B. Depression
C. Despair
D. Detachment

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71

Thumb sucking of a child is part of which stage according to Piaget:

A. Stage 1
B. Stage 2
C. Stage 3
D. Stage 4

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72

Piaget could divide things into sets and subsets and reason their interrelation. According to Piaget, this is the stage of:

A. Sensorimotor
B. Preoperational
C. Concrete operational
D. Formal operational

C

73

Nena could do abstract thinking. This stage according to Piaget is:

A. Sensorimotor
B. Preoperational
C. Concrete operational
D. Formal operational

D

74

At this stage, children account for individual points of view and judge actions based on they serve individual needs. Kohlberg describes this under which stage?

A. Stage 1
B. Stage 2
C. Stage 3
D. Stage 4

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75

Kohlberg’s final level of moral reasoning is based on

A. Maintaining social order
B. Interpersonal concordance
C. Individualism and exchange
D. Universal ethical principles

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76

A 28 year-old male formulates his own personal goals in developing as an individual including forming a new family. What is his stage in the family life cycle?

A. Unattached young adult
B. Newly married couple
C. Family with adolescents
D. Launching family

A

77

The stage when the first child leaves home and parents develop adult relationships with children

A. Unattached young adult
B. Newly married couple
C. Family with adolescents
D. Launching family

D

78

Atty. Rolando Rivera is a successful prosecutor and his wife Monica is a college professor. They have 3 kids: Carla – 8 years old, Benjie – 6 years old, and Louise – 3 years old. What second order change is appropriate for their stage in the family life cycle?

A. Development of intimate peer relations
B. Formation of a marital system
C. Refocusing on midlife career and marital issues
D. Taking on a parenting role

D

79

Illicit drug use problems, peer pressure and conflicts with parents are signs psychosocial problems that can be expected in which of the following family life cycle stage?

A. Launching family
B. Family with adolescents
C. Unattached young adult
D. Family in later life

B

80

Roxas family is at the stage of family in later life. Both are retied and living by themselves. They maintain a healthy relationship with their children. What can be the most pressing concern of the couple that you can anticipate considering their present status?

A. Coping with physical and mental decline
B. Dealing with loss of spouse
C. Maintaining stress in dealing with children in-laws
D. Maintaining couple functioning

A

81

Your mom’s friend says that she has so much stress in her life. She has 2 children, 4 and 2 years old. She maintains good relationships with her in-laws. What second order change is of greatest concern?

A. Being unloved
B. Maintaining satisfactory sexual relationship
C. Sharing responsibilities with extended family
D. Taking on parenting role of toddler

D

82

Mrs D, 65 year old, complains of insomnia and feeling low lately. Her husband revealed that it started when their only son decided to live on his own and in preparation for marriage. What is the stage in the family life cycle is Mrs. D.

A. Unattached young adult
B. Family with adolescents
C. Launching family
D. Family in later years

C

83

Which of the following emotional processes of transition is characteristic of the family…

A. accepting shifting of generational role
B. parent-offspring separation
C. increasing flexibility of family boundaries to allow for children’s increasing independence
D. commitment to marital system

A

84

In this phase, the young child becomes close to the mother and begins to differentiate itself from the mother. The child realizes that his physical mobility demonstrates his psychic separation from the mother. The child is tentative, wanting his mother in sight so that through eye contact and action, he can explore the world.

A. Symbolic phase
B. Hatching
C. Practicing
D. Rapprochement

C

85

In the stage of the Unattached Young Adult, the emotional process of transition is one of:

A. Attaining independence
B. Looking for a partner in life
C. Accepting parent-offspring separation
D. Establishment of self in work

C

86

The concept of “differentiation” involved

A. Making sure that one’s values are different from one’s parents
B. Not repeating the mistakes of the past generation
C. Aligning one’s values with current social trends rather than the patterns of the past
D. Choosing consciously the values of the family of origin that one should keep and that one should change

D

87

In the stage “the Newly married couple”,

A. Media has so much penetrated our culture that expectations of husband and wife of each other in this stage is dictated more by societal influences rather than by past upbringing
B. There is no spouse that can fill all the needs of his/her partner, so it is important that close friends before the marriage who can be of assistance later be valued just as much as the new spouse
C. In this stage, any loyalty to the parent has to give way and take second place to loyalty to the spouse
D. Most of the time, couples split the rules in their newly formed families 50-50 half of the rules belong to the husband and half of the rules belong to the wife.

C

88

In the stage “family with young children”,

A. No adjustments is necessary for the husband because it is the wife’s role to take care of the children
B. Conflicts may arise due to differences in parenting practices
C. Since grandparents are the most experienced in parenting, it is better to defer to their advice
D. The movement of family members is outward towards society

B

89

In this stage “family with adolescents”

A. Greater disciplining is required due to the adolescent’s tendency to challenge the rules
B. The mother is pressured to stay home more in order to deal with greater difficulty of parenting an adolescent
C. The midlife crisis that occurs during this stage is a crisis of identity
D. The adolescent striving for independence plus the midlife crisis of the parents are additive in increasing the stressfulness of this stage

D

90

In the stage “Launching Children and Moving on,”

A. Letting go of children is a must if the children are to come back to the parents in their old age
B. this is a period of greatest intimacy between husband and wife because they are now freed from parenting responsibilities
C. children must continue to be obedient to parents due to the wisdom of the older generation
D. the movement of members in the family in inwards towards family concerns

B

91

Jairus, 46 years old, and his wife Audrey, 45 years old, have a 21-year old son, Lance, who has left for work in Beijing, an 18-year old daughter, Kimmy, in 3rd year college, and a 6-year old son, Jemuel, in elementary.

The correct classification of their life cycle is:

A. Family with young children
B. Family with adolescents
C. Launching family
D. Mixed family with children, adolescents, and launching adults

C

92

Jairus, 46 years old, and his wife Audrey, 45 years old, have a 21-year old son, Lance, who has left for work in Beijing, an 18-year old daughter, Kimmy, in 3rd year college, and a 6-year old son, Jemuel, in elementary.

Lance is a 21-year old who is an engineer like his father. He resents his career as it was chosen for him by his father, but strives to do well in it and is moderately successful. His difficulty involves:

A. Differentiation
B. Establishing the self at work
C. Maturity
D. Filial piety

A

93

[T/F] Failure to resolve the crisis of Industry vs Inferiority leads to feelings of incompetence and inability to cope with new social situations

T

94

[T/F] One of the primary tasks of adolescence is finding and resolving one’s identity

T

95

[T/F] Self-control and affect regulation of adolescents are relatively mature early on

F

96

[T/F] One of the primary tasks of maturity (65 years and older) is the need to create and nurture things that would benefit future generations

F

97

[T/F] A 3-year old should be reprimanded for having a tea party with her imaginary companion to avoid the development of future psychopathology

F