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Holt Lifetime Health Chapter 16: Adolescence & Adulthood Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How are white matter and grey matter different?

Question 2 2. When teens legally gain independence from their parents, it is called:

Question 3 3. Which of the following factors does not influence a person's lifespan?

Question 4 4. Which of the following lists the four stages James Marcia outlined for identity status, in the correct order?

Question 5 5. Why is it important for adolescents to have supportive friends?

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Question 6 6. Coping with stress with subconscious mechanisms is called _____.

Question 7 7. Why might an adolescent want to live away from his or her parents?

Question 8 8. Late adulthood is the period in life:

Question 9 9. John's parents have decided that he will enlist in the Army after high school. John hasn't given much thought to what he wants to do and will most likely do what they advise. According to James Marcia, accepting his parents' advice will put John into _____.

Question 10 10. Which of the following is NOT an example of a health habit?

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Question 11 11. Change that happens in a predictable pattern is called _____ change.

Question 12 12. How does an adolescent's self concept differ from a child's?

Question 13 13. How are sex and gender different?

Question 14 14. If someone doesn't have a clear identity and seems lacking in understanding their sense of self, this is known as _____.

Question 15 15. You are different now than when you were four years old because _____.

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Question 16 16. What is a self concept?

Question 17 17. During middle adulthood, executive functioning and wisdom tend to _____.

Question 18 18. Parkinson's disease affects many people after 60 years of age and is an example of _____ change.

Question 19 19. To get the most positives and the fewest negatives from working, adolescents should work no more than _____ hours per week.

Question 20 20. Why do teens tend to argue more with their parents during adolesence?

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Question 21 21. Whether a person is male or female based on their psychology is called their:

Question 22 22. Middle adulthood lasts between the ages of _____ and _____.

Question 23 23. Why are planning and strategizing associated with executive functioning?

Question 24 24. Which of the following is TRUE about the influence of peers and parents on adolescents?

Question 25 25. Why do adolescents go through puberty?

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Question 26 26. Some studies have shown that the changes in grey and white matter in _____ happen faster than they do in _____.

Question 27 27. If Simona is biologically a girl, but decides she is really a boy, what has changed in Simona's life?

Question 28 28. Rates of depression tend to be _____ in adolescent girls than boys, which might be because self-esteem is _____ in adolescent girls.

Question 29 29. Tammy recently got married to a man who is many years younger than her. She is concerned about being around for her husband and his children as they grow older. What can Tammy do to increase the likelihood that she has a longer lifespan?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT a physical sign of aging?

Holt Lifetime Health Chapter 16: Adolescence & Adulthood Chapter Exam Instructions

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