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Exam 2 Terms (Chap 9-12)



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4.Problems in reading or the inability to read.
7.The ability to identify and act on relationship between objects in space. (3 Words)
10.A person whose psychological gender is the opposite of his or her biological sex.
11.A type of reasoning in which general principles are inferred from specific experiences. (2 Words)
14.A stable pattern of responding to situations.
16.A sense of belonging to an ethnic group. (2 Words)
18.The process of drawing conclusion about the self based on comparisons to other. (2 Words)
19.Antisocial behavior that includes law breaking.
22.Bandura's model in which personal, behavior, and environmental factors interact to influence personality development. (2 Words)
24.A type of reasoning, based on hypothetical premises, that requires predicting a specific outcome from a general principle. (2 Words)
27.In Maricia's theory, the identity status of a person who is in a crisis but who has made no commitment.
28.Erikson's term form the psychological state of emotional turmoil that arises when an adolescent's sense of self becomes "unglued" so that a new, more mature sense of self can be achieved. (2 Words)
29.In Kohlberg's theory, the level of moral reasoning in which judgements are based on an intergration of individual rights and the needs of society. (2 Words)
35.Piaget's third stage of cognition development , during which children construct schemes that enable them to think logically about objects and events in the real world. (3 Words)
37.A change that occurs in developing nations when nutrition and health improve- for example, the decline in average age of menarche and the increase in average height for both children and adult that happened between the mid-18th and mid-19th centuries in Western countries. (2 Words)
38.In Kohlberg's theory, the level of moral reasoning in which judgments are based on authorities outside the self. (2 Words)
40.A form of aggression in which electronic communications are used to intentionally inflict harm on others
41.A global evaluation of one's own worth. (2 Words)
42.In Marcia's therory, the identity status of a person who has made a commitment without having gone through a crisis; the person has simply accepted a parentally or culturally defined commitment.
43.Four to six young people who appear to be strongly attached to one another.
44.In Marcia's theory, the identity status of a person who is not in the midst of a crisis and who has made no commitment. (2 Words)
45.A complex form of aggression in which a bully routinely aggresses against one or more habitual victims.
46.An understanding of one's unique characteristics and how they have been, are, and will be manifested across ages, situations, and social roles.
47.Reading instruction that combines explicit phonics instruction with other strategies for helping children acquire literacy. (2 Words)
48.The understanding that both physical actions and mental operations can be reversed.
49.A tendency to ignore the details of a task in order to focus on the 'big picture'. (2 Words)
50.An eating disorder characterized by binge eating and purging. (2 Words)
1.The ability to derive conclusions form hypothetical premises (2 Words)
2.Belief in one's capacity to cause an intended event to occur or to perform a task. (2 Words)
3.General term for education programs in which children with disabilities are taught in regular classrooms. (2 Words)
5.The understanding that subordinate classes are included in larger, superordinate classes. (2 Words)
6.The fourth of Piaget's stages, during which adolescents learn to reason logically about abstract concepts. (3 Words)
8.Goals based on a desire for self improvement. (2 Words)
9.Children's ability to conform to parental standards of behavior without directs supervision. (2 Words)
12.The gender-related aspects of the psychological self. (3 Words)
13.Thinking that takes multiple variables into account.
15.The process of finding a solution to a problem by testing single factors. (3 Words)
17.The ability to make efficient use of short-term memory capacity. (2 Words)
20.In Kohlberg's theory, the level of moral reasoning in which judgments are based on rules or norms of a group to which the person belongs. (2 Words)
21.The ability to look at a situation from another person's perspective. (2 Words)
23.In Erickson's term for the psychological state of emotional turmoil that arises when an adolescent's attain a sense of who they are. (4 Words)
25.An internalized set of behavioral standards usually derived form a teenager's peer group. (2 Words)
26.Parts of the brain where sensory, motor, and intellectual functions are linked. (2 Words)
30.Goals based on a desire to be superior to others. (2 Words)
31.In Maricia's Theory, the identity status achieved by a person who has been through a crisis and reached a commitment to ideological or occupational goals. (2 Words)
32.The first of Piaget's stages of moral development, in which children believe rules are inflexible. (3 Words)
33.Aggression aimed at damaging another person's self-esteem or peer relationship, such as by ostracism or threats of ostracism, cruel gossiping, or facial expressions of disdain. (2 Words)
34.The ability to focus cognitive activity on the important element of a problem or situation. (2 Words)
36.An eating disorder characterized by self-starvation. (2 Words)
39.The belief that the events of one's life are controlled by a mentally constructed autobiography. (2 Words)
40.A combination of cliques, which includes both males and females.

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