Building Block Terms
Theories
Theories pt. 2
Age Characteristics
Parent/Infant
100

_________________ refers to how a biological organism adjusts to changes in the environment.

What is social adaptation 

100

The Ecological System theory includes these four layers of systems

What is

Micro

Messo

Exo

Macro

100

There are two main themes discussed for young/emerging adults

What is 

Financial Independence

Decision Making Independence

100

During this age/stage we see eyesight and hearing start to decrease

What is middle adulthood

100

A mother's emotional, mental, and physical well-being has an impact on the fetus, true or false?

What is true

200

_______________ refers to a person's ability to make positive adjustments under conditions of adversity

What is resilience 
200

Kohlberg's theory of Moral Development includes these 3 stages  

What is

Preconventional, Conventional, and Postconventional

200
The Triangular Love Theory has these three components

what is 

Intimacy, passion, commitment

200

During this stage we see peers become more important than family

What is adolescents 

200

What are the two continuum areas used when discussing the 4 types of parenting styles

What is warmth and control

300

________________  ________________ is the client’s ability to accomplish the tasks necessary for daily living and fulfill their major social roles as defined by the community or subculture.

What is social functioning

300

The four P's framework includes these 4 areas of assessment

What is

Predisposing

Precipitating

Perpetuating

Protective


300

Erickson has 8 stages of development that propose and individual goes through this term to at each stage. 

What is crisis
300

Crystallized Intelligence is one's accumulated knowledge and verbal skills which tends to do this with age

What is increase

300

A child that is inactive, has mild, low key reactions to stimuli, and adjusts slowly to new experiences is known as the a/an ____________________.

What is a Slow to warm up child

400

How a child conceives his/her relationships, particularly friendships and peer relationships is known as ________________.

What is Self-concept

400

Piaget's theory of development include these four areas, in order

Sensorimotor

Preoperational

Concrete Operational

Formal Operational 

400

Kübler-Ross’  5 Stages of grief and dying include these 5 areas

What is

Denial and Isolation

Anger

Bargaining

Depression

Acceptance

400

As people age we see this trend in alcohol abuse for older adults

What is increases
400

Name the 4 parenting styles

What is 

Authoritative

Authoritarian

Permissive

Uninvolved

500

is being aware of  emotions as well as effectively expressing the emotions.

What is emotional competence

500

Levison expanded on Erikson's stages for young adults and came up with 6 stages, name 2 of them 

What is 

Early Adult Transition 17-22

Entering the Adult World 22-28

Age 30 Transition 28-33

Settling Down 33-40

Midlife Transition 40-45

Entering Middle Adulthood 45-50


500
Erikson has 8 stages with the first and last stage being this..

What is trust vs. mistrust and integrity vs. despair

500

Suicidal ideation is a concern for many ages/stages, and can be seen as early as this age/stage

What is 7-middle childhood

500

Name two of the six areas of you should assess in expectant parents from chapter 3.

Possible answers:

Attachment and Commitments

History of Loss

How they are mentally representing the fetal infant

Past history of social and professional support

Sense of Security

Work and Parental leave policies

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