COMMUNICATION
POWER & VIOLENCE
STRESS & CRISES
DIVORCE
AGING
100

The sense of unity, togetherness, and closeness in a family. 

What is family cohesion? 

100

The umbrella term used to cover both the abuse and neglect of children.

What is child maltreatment?

100

This type of family bounces back from crisis and does well in the face of adversity.

What is a resilient family? 

100

This gender-group tends to initiate divorce more often?

What are women? 

100

Those who are between the ages of 75 and 85.

Who are the older old? 

200

Type of relationship that is low on affection and low on antagonism. 

What is a bland relationship? 

200

The type of power that comes from a person's ability to use information that they have to persuade someone to do something. 

Wat is informational power? 

200

This is considered the low point in the model of family crisis? 

What is the nadir? 

200

This is the term used to describe how people do not know much about the inner workings of the divorce process. 

What is the black box? 

200

Elders tend to prefer this individual to be their caregiver when possible.

Who is their spouse? 

300

Involves manipulative parenting-such as an individual having a child go speak to their partner for them because they are not on speaking terms-that leads to internalized behavior problems in children. 

What is covert negative parenting style? 

300

This stage in the Cycle of Violence refers to the period in which an abuser will apologize and try to compensate for the violence in an attempt to convince their partner that the violence won't happen again.

What is the honeymoon phase (phase 2)?

300

In the ABC-X model, this letter represents the resources available to a family to deal with a crisis.

What is "B"?

300

These are the three most common barriers to divorce.

What are children, religion, and lack of financial resources?

300

The period of life free of disability. 

What is active life expectancy? 

400

This means one must cope with strain in their own way while not harming their relationship and also attending to their partner’s needs.

What is relationship-focused coping? 

400

Abuse that is meant to control one's partner through fear and intimidation. Intended to establish an overall pattern of dominance.

What is coercive control? 

400

This term refers to redefining stressful events to make them more manageable.

What is reframing? 

400

This concept depicts the disparity in divorce rates between those who are college-educated and those who are not.

What is the divorce divide? 

400

This perspective sees elder abuse as occurring primarily because of  burnout/feeling overwhelmed.

What is the Caregiver Model of Elder Abuse and Neglect?



500

Allegorical figures representing war, famine, and death, with the fourth uncertain. Gottman used the phrase to indicate attitudes and behaviors that foreshadow impending divorce.

What is the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? 

500

Behavior related to reproductive health that is used to maintain power and control in a relationship.

What is reproductive coercion? 

500

This is described as confused perceptions about who is in or out of a particular family, such as in households where parents are separated.

What is boundary ambiguity? 

500

This is a risk factor for divorce that involves marrying someone of a different race, ethnicity, or religion. 

What is a heterogamous marriage? 

500

Numerous kinds of housing with services for people who do not have severe medical problems but who need help with personal care such as bathing, dressing, grooming, or meals.

What is assisted living? 

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