HBSE 1 Quiz 3

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  1. Factors associated with Positive Reinforcement
    • Shaping behavior
    • Quality
    • Immediacy 
    • Frequency
  2. What are the negative consequences of punishment (NAMPNE)?
    • Negative emotional response
    • Avoidance
    • Modeling aggressive behavior 
    • Physical harm
    • No Guidance (not understanding WHY they're being punished)
    • Effects are often temporary and often limited to conditions where punishment occurred (If mom isn't around to punish me, I can do what I want)
  3. Factors which maximize the effectiveness of punishment (AIFMOSP)
    • Active listening
    • Immediacy
    • Frequency
    • Measurement
    • Operationalization of behaviors
    • Specifics (behavioral approach)
    • Parallel with techniques to reinforce good behavior (punish bad behavior, reward the good)
  4. Operationalization of behaviors
    This means showing and explaining exactly how the child is supposed to behave or exactly what they did wrong.
  5. 2 most common types of behavior modification
    • Grounding
    • Time-out
  6. Types of parenting:
    • permissive parenting
    • authoritarian parenting
    • authoritative parenting
  7. Permissive parenting
    Children independent and make their own decisions (Chris and Dom)
  8. Authoritarian Parenting
    Control and conformity are highly stressed
  9. Authoritative parenting
    Control combined with consistent support to children
  10. Aspects that impact family systems and sibling sub-systems (ASEFF)
    • Arrival of a new baby
    • Sibling interactions
    • Effects of birth order
    • Family size
    • Family spacing
  11. Types of child socialization (GPPTS)
    • Gender role socialization
    • Playing with peers
    • Peer group & popularity – sociogram
    • Television/ mass media
    • School environment
  12. Aspects of school environment socialization (TCR)
    • Impact of teacher on student (self-fulfilling prophecy)
    • Classroom environment (bullying, favoritism, safety)
    • Race and ethinicity
  13. Types of child maltreatment (PNSE)
    • Physical abuse
    • Neglect- physical/emotional
    • Sexual abuse
    • Emotional abuse
  14. Indicators of physical child abuse
    • Excessive bruises, cuts, scars, or broken bones
    • Signs of healed bone fractures or breaks 
    • Burns
    • Difficulty explaining injury or inconsistencies in stories
    • Children may be very physically agressive
  15. Signs/effects of emotional abuse/ neglect
    • Lack of trust
    • Relationship difficulties
    • Feelings of worthlessness/ Depression
    • Trouble regulating emotions/ mood swings
    • Highly self-critical
    • Developmental delays
  16. Indicators of physical neglect
    • Underweight/lack of food
    • Lack of or inappropriate clothes
    • Poor hygiene
    • Delinquency
    • Frequently unsuperivsed
  17. Signs of child sexual abuse
    • Injuries to the mouth, genital or anal areas (e.g. bruising, swelling, sores, infection)
    • Difficulty walking or sitting
    • Torn, stained or bloody underwear
    • Sexually transmitted disease(s) or pregnancy
  18. Macro Systems response to child maltreatment
    • Child Protective Services (CPS)
    • Court System
  19. Aspects of court and child maltreatment cases
    • Petition
    • Adjudication
    • Disposition
  20. Petition to the court for child maltreatment
    • A written complaint submitted to the court that the alleged abuse or neglect has occurred
    • Typically by a CSP case or social worker
  21. Adjudication of child maltreatment case
    • A hearing where the alleged abuse or neglect is proven or discounted
    • Court advocate may be appointed for the child
  22. Disposition of child maltreatment case
    A hearing where the court decides what is to be done for the child.
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HBSE 1 Quiz 3
2013-11-03 20:19:57
social work BGSU human behavior environment

Fall 2013 BGSU HBSE1 quiz 3 chapters end of chpt 4-6
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