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  1. Children who share the same age or maturity level
  2. Competence in peer relations during middle and late childhood was linked to work success and satisfaction in ____________ in early adulthood
    Romantic relationships
  3. Popularity with peers and a low level of aggression at age 8 foreshadowed higher _______________ at age 48.
    Occupational status
  4. Deviant peer affiliation is related to...
    Depressive symptoms
  5. The ability to perceive another person's point of view.
    Perspective taking
  6. Children who are frequently identified as a best friend and are rarely disliked by their peers.
    Popular children
  7. Children who receive an average number of both positive and negative nominations from peers.
    Average children
  8. Children who are infrequently identified as a best friend but are not disliked by their peers.
    Neglected children
  9. Children who are infrequently identified as a best friend and are actively disliked by their peers.
    Rejected children
  10. Children who are frequently identified both as someone's best friend and as being disliked.
    Controversial children
  11. A term that describes the extent to which children are liked or disliked by their group.
    Sociometric status.
  12. Program that focuses on 6 to 15-year-old, with the goal of decreasing opportunities and rewards for bullying. School staff are instrcuted in ways to improve peer relations and make schools safer.
    Olweus Bullying Prevention
  13. Bullying program that consists of three steps: Establishing a school-wide approach, training staff and parents to deal with bullying, and teaching students to recognize–not tolerate–and handle bullying.
    Steps to Respect
  14. A pleasurable activity that is engaged in for its own sake.
  15. Therapy that allows the child to work off frustrations and is a medium through which the therapist can analyze the child's conflicts and ways of coping with them.
    Play theramy
  16. Behavior that allows infants to derive pleasure from exercising their existing sensorimotor schemes.
    Sensorimotor play
  17. Play that involves repetition of behavior when new skills are being learned or when physical or mental mastery and coordination of skills are required for games or sports. 
    Practice play
  18. Play that occurs when a child transforms the physical environment into a symbol
    Pretense/symbolic play
  19. Play that involves interactions with peers
    Social play
  20. What is the "golden age" of symbolic/pretense play?
  21. Play that combines sensorimotor/practice play with sumbolic representation of ideas. Occurs when children engage in self-regulated creation or construction of a product or a solution.
    Constructive play
  22. Activities engaged in for pleasure that include rules and often competition with one or more individuals.
  23. Friendship provides children with a familiar partner, someone who is willing to spend time with them and join in collaborative activities.
  24. Friendship provides children with interesting information, excitement, and amusement.
  25. Friendship provides resources and assistance
    Physical support
  26. Friendship provides the expectation of support, encouragement, and feedback that helps children to maintain an impression of themselves as competent, attractive, and worthwhile individuals.
    Ego support
  27. Friendship provides information about where children stand vis-a-vis others and whether children are doing ok.
    Social comparison
  28. Friendship provides children with a warm, close, trusting relationship with another individual, a relationship that involves self-disclosure
  29. Involves spreading disparaging rumors to harm someone.
    Relational aggression
  30. Small groups that range from about 2 to 12 individuals and average about 5 or 6 individuals. Can form because of friendship or because individuals engage in similar activities, and members are of the same sex and about the same age.
  31. A larger group structure than a clique. Usually based on reputation and may or may not spend much time together. 
  32. At what age is there entry in romantic attractions and affiliations? 
    11 to 13 years of age
  33. At what age do people start exploring romantic relationships?
    14 to 16 years of age
  34. Comprise approximately of 10 percent of 17 to 19-year-olds who say that they have had no experience with romantic relationships and another 15 percent who report that they have not engaged in any romantic relationships thatl asted more than four months.
    Late bloomers
  35. Lesbian adolescents are more likely to have relations with...
    Males first
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2012-12-10 18:00:34

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