1. Adolescents who think their parents are over-controlling are more likely to become oppositional. 2. 3. 4. demanding. Mothers feel the greatest sense of loss when children leave the home/nest. Parents' mental health tends to be worse when their children are teenagers. Authoritarian parents balance being supportive and nurturing with being 5. Adolescents raised by indifferent parenting styles are self-assured, socially skilled, intellectually curious and creative. 6. Adolescents who are permitted to assert their own opinions within a family context that is secure and loving, develop higher self-esteem and more mature coping abilities./n7. Genes shape tendencies, but whether these tendencies are actualized often depends on the environment. 8. Adolescents fare better when their parents' divorce versus the parents remaining in a conflictual marriage. 9. parenting. 10. The most destructive way divorce impacts children is via its disruptive impact on 11. Adolescents are more likely to have friends of the same ethnicity who come from the opposite end of the socioeconomic spectrum than to have friends from the same social class but of a different ethnic group. Crowds provide settings for intimate relationships. 12. Adolescents who are gang members are more likely to have behavioral and mental health problems in adulthood. 13. Adolescents who use reactive aggression are more popular than those who use instrumental aggression. 15. individuals. 14. who are harsh and controlling. Adolescents who use a lot of relational aggression frequently have parents Unpopular and withdrawn children tend to be anxious and uncertain/n16. Studies show students perform better academically and have fewer behavioral problems in a tier 2 (k-8 and 9-12grades) school model versus a 3 tier model that incorporates a middle/junior high school frame. 17. cohesive sense of community. 18. 19. 21. other countries. Research shows that larger schools promote a better school climate and a 20. Authoritarian parenting style-like frames used in classrooms promotes the best classroom climate for teachers and students. High quality teachers are a key component of a school's success. delinquency. Learning disabilities are more common in boys than girls. 25 22. Most research shows that work helps adolescents build character, learn about the real world, and helps them prepare for adulthood. Teenagers in the US spend more time on leisure, than their counterparts in 23. Working more than twenty hours a week does not appear to impact adolescents' school performance. Involvement in team sports is associated with increased alcohol use and Delinquency is more common on weekday afternoons than any other time./nFill-in Fill-in each line with one of the responses below. Each response can only be used once. Self-fulfilling prophecy Routine activity theory Media practice model latrogenic effects Parental demandingness Indulgent parents 26. happen. 27. American born children. Parental responsiveness Reference group Correlation Cultivation Theory Generational dissonance Socio-metric personality an expectation that is realized because we act in ways that make it Crowd Clique Ethnography Perceived popularity Tracking 28. accepting, supportive manner. different views and expectations between immigrant parents and their the degree to which the parent responds to the child's needs in an/nbehavior. 30. 31. 32 reputation. 33. settings. 34 35. the extent to which the parent expects and demands mature responsible parents who focus on raising a happy child and demand very little. small tightly knit group of friends. large loosely organized groups that share a common activity, image, or a type of research in which individuals are observed in their natural a group against which an individual compares him or herself. unintended adverse consequences of a treatment or intervention./n36. 37. the practice of separating students into ability groups, so they take classes with peers at the same skill level. 38. how much status or prestige an individual has 39. has on individuals. the extent to which two things vary systematically with each other. __a perspective on media use that emphasizes the impact media exposure 40. a perspective on adolescence that views unstructured and unsupervised time with peers as a main cause of misbehavior.

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