teca 2 chapter 13

  1. According to Erikson, One focus of school age children is to attain competence is meeting the challenges presented by parents, peers, school, and the other complexities of the modern world. In Erikson's psychosocial development, accomplishment of this goal is achieving__________.
    a. industry
  2. When Alejandro was in first grade he described himself as tall, and good at soccer and math. Now in fifth grade, alejandro talks about how he is friendly and helps hsi friends. this shift in self-understanding represents a shift from___________or internal characteristics to ________ traits
    d. physical; psychosocial
  3. When Woody was telling his mom about the other children in his class he told her that one child was faster than him, one child was a better reader than him, one child was louder than him, but he was the tallest in the class. woody is engaging in the process known as
    c. social comparison
  4. One strategy that parents can use to help bolster a child's self-esteem is to incorporate the _________ style of parenting.
    d. reciprocal
  5. During middle childhood, the centerpiece of peer friendship is

    d. mutual trust
  6. popular children have good social skills and are able to interact with others easily. you could say that these popular children have high
    c. social competence
  7. Boys typically have larger networks of friends than girls do and th boys tend to play in groups with rigid status differences. These status rankings, aslo known as ___________ , represent the relative social power of those in the group.
    b. dominance hierarchy
  8. One of the biggest challenges for middle school children is their increasing independence, as theymove from being totally under the control of their parents to a period of ____________, in which children and parents jointly control behavior
    a. co-regulation
  9. Results from research on children in lesbian and gay households has shown, when compared with children from heterosexual households, all of the following EXCEPT
    a. children in these households develop relatively slower
  10. Children who let themselves into theirhome after school and wait alone until their caregivers return from work are known as
    d. self-care children
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teca 2 chapter 13
teca 2 chapter 13