Quiz: Family Spirituality, Gender Roles and Sexuality

QUESTION 1
1. Which of the following is the primary reason family members fail to express their love to one another?

Fear

Insecurity

Embarrassment

Traditional cultural expectations

2 points
QUESTION 2
1. When a man in a committed relationship ejaculates, his oxytocin spikes _______ %.

50

250

5,000

500
2 points
QUESTION 3
1. According the the textbook, differentiated faith in the context of family life is _________.

Individualistic

Multilayered

Based on a moral system

Derived from generational beliefs
2 points
QUESTION 4
1. The foundation for authentic sexuality in marriage is ________ (1 Corinthians 7:4-5).

Mutuality

Self-interest

Self-promotion

None of the above
2 points
QUESTION 5
1. Children are now viewed as being __________.

qualitatively different from adults

quantitatively different from adults

both qualitatively and quantitatively different from adults

the same developmentally as adults
2 points
QUESTION 6
1. According to the research, which of the following is the most accurate concerning how parents show affection towards their sons and daughters?

Mothers and fathers show affection in the same manner to both sons and daughters

Mothers are more impartial, while fathers tend to show affection according to sexual stereotypes

Fathers are more impartial, while mothers tend to show affection according to sexual stereotypes

Research has not identified parenting patterns
2 points
QUESTION 7
1. This style of parenting should be reserved for children of the highest maturity:

Telling

Teaching

Modeling/Participating

Delegating
2 points
QUESTION 8
1. B. F. Skinner…

Has shaped the field of behaviorism by his creative research and writing

Developed what is known as operant conditioning

Replaced biological drives with psychological and relational drives

Both A and B
2 points
QUESTION 9
1. Multigenerational households are most common during which of the following stages?

Launching stage

Post-launching stage

Retirement Stage

Multigenerational households are not common in today’s age
2 points
QUESTION 10
1. Based on the work done by Anne Borrowdale (1996), which level of conflict or offense occurs when children’s basic needs are unacknowledged, overridden, or disregarded?

First-level offense

Second-level offense

Third-level offense

Fourth-level offense
2 points
QUESTION 11
1. Which of the following theorists follow a cognitive model of child development?

Piaget

Kohlberg

Fowler

All of the above
2 points
QUESTION 12
1. Which of the following is not one of the biblical doctrines to which the textbook bases its critique of child-development theories?

Humans are in a state of constant internal tension.

Humans are continuously striving for self-sufficiency.

Humans are active agents who have the capacity to make choices.

Humans are created for community.
2 points
QUESTION 13
1. Achieving authentic sexuality depends more on…

understanding ourselves in the context of our marital partner

understanding our falling into sin

understanding who God created us to be as sexual persons

what we learn through the media as oppose to what is biblical truth
2 points
QUESTION 14
1. According to Marjorie Thompson (1996), families intentionally communicate the values and vision of faith in two basic ways:

Through natural opportunities and through intentional practices

Through nurturing relationships and through intentional practices

Through natural opportunities and through direct teaching

Through nurturing relationships and through direct teaching
2 points
QUESTION 15
1. Neopsychoanalytic theory posits that …

gender differences are a result of girls’ experiencing a warm, close relationship with their mother and boys’ experiencing a cool, distant relationship with their father

gender differences are a result of boys’ experiencing a warm, close relationship with their mother and girls’ experiencing a cool, distant relationship with their father

gender differences do not actually exist, but are an imagined reality

gender differences stem from the time children are born, in where they are taught both explicitly and implicitly how to be a man or how to be a woman
2 points
QUESTION 16
1. According to the textbook, which of the following are reason(s) why gender roles are changing?

Because the traditional characteristics of masculinity and femininity are in reality a result of cultural conditioning

Because of the explosion of technological culture

Because of the lack of biblical morals in today’s world

Both A and B
2 points
QUESTION 17
1. To which of the 14 rules for a fair fight does this statement fall: Asking your partner to vindicate him or herself is counterproductive in fair fighting?

Stick to the issue

Do not bring up the past

Avoid asking for explanations of behavior

Avoid labeling and name calling
2 points
QUESTION 18
1. According to the text, adolescent strain and rebellion is often escalated by __________.

Biological factors

Sociocultural factors

Having younger siblings

The availability of drugs
2 points
QUESTION 19
1. Galatians 5:22-23 (speaking of the fruit of the Spirit) is an example of how the Bible has more to say about…

Distinctions between female and male temperament than it does about Christian temperament in general

Christian temperament in general than it does about distinctions between female and male temperament.

Love than it does of joy

Joy than it does of love
2 points
QUESTION 20
1. One approach to discipline, permissive parenting, stresses that a child’s greatest need is for ______________ and _____________.

discipline; responsibility

discipline; self-control

warmth; security

warmth; understanding
2 points
QUESTION 21
1. The launching stage…

is when adult children leave home to establish an independent life outside the family

is when parents send off their children to school for the first time

is the same as the retirement stage

occurs during adolescents as the individual becomes more independent
2 points
QUESTION 22
1. A study by Lauer, Lauer, and Kerr (1995) reports which of the following as being essential to success in marriage?

An intimate relationship with a mate whose company one thoroughly enjoys

Commitment and humor

The ability to agree on a wide variety of issues

All of the above
2 points
QUESTION 23
1. According to the research by King and Furrow (2004),

young people having a strong sense of shared beliefs, values, and goals with their parents is related to their being altruistic and empathetic toward others

youth are less apt to engage in delinquent behavior and achieve greater academic success when parents monitor their behavior

positive effects were found for sure parental monitoring as setting clear boundaries, establishing clear expectations, and being aware of when their teens left and returned home

all of the above
2 points
QUESTION 24
1. Family conflict that is collective means …

The conflict occurs between two family members

The conflict occurs between two sets of family members

The conflict occurs between the husband and wife

The conflict occurs between two separate families
2 points
QUESTION 25
1. According to the course text,

There is one clear list of guidelines to raising children properly.

Good parenting is a matter of interacting day in and day out with our children.

The idea of being taught how to raise children is not much different to being taught other things in life.

The raising of children is an independent act from God.
2 points
QUESTION 26
1. Which of the following is not a form of a non-verbal expression of love?

A pat on the back

A hug

Saying “I love you”

A wink
2 points
QUESTION 27
1. Which is not included as a stage of child development postulated by Freud?

Oral

Rectal

Anal

Genital
2 points
QUESTION 28
1. According to Myron Chartier, God shows His parental love in how many ways?

3

6

7


2 points
QUESTION 29
1. Research shows that there are two different types of leaders; Socioemotional and _______.

Instrumental

Laissez-faire

Instructional

Economic
2 points
QUESTION 30
1. When considering the use of discipline in parenting,

It is not the practice but how it is administered that is important.

Most all would agree that spanking is effective.

Discipline and punishment are considered completely separate in our culture.

Cultural influences do not matter.
2 points
QUESTION 31
1. Identify 5 rules for a fair fight as listed in chapter 14. Provide a one sentence description of each.
2.

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5 points
QUESTION 32
1. Describe Bandura’s (Social Learning Theory) theory of child development. (Pg. 134–135.)

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5 points
QUESTION 33
1. Discuss in at least 2 paragraphs Nature/Nurture as it pertains to gender differences (the formation of masculinity & femininity) including how the Bible can be applied.

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5 points
QUESTION 34
1. Define instrumental parenting, and briefly discuss two of the four styles of instrumental parenting.
2.

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5 points
QUESTION 35
1. Chapter ten discusses three stages of family life. Choose one of the three stages and discuss the major tasks and concerns of that stage.
QUESTION 36
1. Thoroughly explain Sexual Initiation and Refusal as described by Dr. Thomas in our video presentation. Define and describe each as they apply to the marital relationship including healthy ways to create connection.