Psych 250 Lecture 16

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  1. What is the term for defining who you are, what you value, and where you will go in life?
    identity
  2. What is the term for a lack of clear definition of self?
    role confusion
  3. What type of identity development is characterized by being high commitment and exploration and psychologically healthier?
    identity achievement
  4. What type of identity development is characterized by being HIGH exploration but LOW commitment, most anxious and least rigid/authoritarian, higher self-esteem and advanced moral reasoning?
    moratorium
  5. What type of identity development is characterized by being LOW exploration but HIGH commitment, most authoritarian with greatest need for social approval and very close to parents?
    foreclosure
  6. What type of identity development is characterized by being low exploration and low commitment, highest level of psychological/interpersonal problems, and rely on luck or fate?
    role confusion
  7. What is the term for a person's sense of identity concerning ancestry or ethnic group membership?
    ethnic identity
  8. What is the term for how important race is in defining your identity?
    racial centrality
  9. What is the term for how you feel about being a member of your race?
    private regard
  10. What is the term for how you think others view your race?
    public regard
  11. What is the term for small groups of good friends that share similar attitudes, values, and family background characteristics?
    cliques
  12. What is the term for the larger, more loosely organized groups based on reputation?
    crowds
  13. What is the term for increased gender stereotyping in early adolescence? This leaves girls more vulnerable than boys to depression.
    gender intensification hypothesis
  14. What type of antisocial person has their antisocial behavior begin in childhood and continue into adolescence and beyond? These early starters are at high risk for becoming chronic offenders.
    life-course persistent offender
  15. What type of antisocial person has their antisocial begin at puberty and end in late adolescence? Their conduct problems stem from peer context.
    adolescent-limited offender

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