Louise and Denise have been together for three years. Their freinds can’t stand going out to bars/parties/social events with them becuase they get into arguments everytime they go out and it makes everyone uncomfortable. it is likely that Louise and Denise do not understand

Louise and Denise have been together for three years. Their freinds can’t stand going out to bars/parties/social events with them becuase they get into arguments everytime they go out and it makes everyone uncomfortable. it is likely that Louise and Denise do not understand:
1.
situational adaptability
2.
conflict resolution
3.
boundaries
4.
external boundaries

Charise grew up as an only child with her parents Linda and Juan. When she looks back at her experiences as a teenager, she rememebrs that she always had very clear rules. For example, she had a curfew which she understood because her parents were concerned for her. Additionally, her family values education and she was expected to receive high marks in school and to come discuss it if she was struggling academically. What type of parents did Charise have?

1.
Indulgent
2.
Permissive
3.
Authoritative
4.
Authoritarian

When power is redistributed, how should an elderly parent see an adult child?
1.
As a child still becuase that’s biologically what makes sense
2.
As a human being rather than their child
3.
As an inferior
4.
As a child but one with adult responsibilities and personality traits

Lincoln and Darby recently engaged in conflict and are sitting in separate rooms to take space and cool off. Lincoln goes into the room and looks at his wife, Darby and states, “hey..how long can you really be mad at me when I’m this cute?!” and smirks. Darby smirks as well. What Lincold is doing is an example of:
1.
An Emotional Bid
2.
Positive Sentiment Overide
3.
Accepting Influence
4.
A Repair Attempt

Sallie is struggling to carry the basket of laundry upstairs. Her spouse, Steve grabs the basket forcefully and says “i’d be glad to take it upsatirs” as he rolls his eyes and takes a deep sigh. This is ane example of:

1.
A message
2.
Framing
3.
Defensiveness
4.
A metamessage

Leanne has been dating Callie for a year. Leanne has a good time when they go out in public together, but, other than that, she can’t really identify any other benefits from the relationship. However, Callie feels different as she’s financially supported by Leanne, she enjoys going out together, she feels supprorted by Leanne, and Leanne gets along with Callie’s family. Therefore, this relationship is considered:

1.
Unequal
2.
Unfair
3.
Inequitable
4.
Equitable

What is the most specific cause of teenage death?

1.
motor vehicle traffic accidents

2.
unintentional injury

3.
unintentional poisoning
4.
overall risky behaviors

Parents that describe the importance of community care in raising children are most likely:

1.
Asian American Parents

2.
Hispanic American Parents

3.
White Parents
4.
African American parents

Devon loves her son, Matthew. She struggles to enforce a curfew for him and other rules around the house. She feels bad because she knows he should probably have more rules an structure, but doesn’t know how and, therefore, doesn’t implement anything. What type of parenting style is this?

1.
Democratic

2.
Authoritarian

3.
Non-directive
4.
Authoritative

Kaylin and Kelly got married in 2012 and had a son, Keta. They divorced in 2020 when Keta was 8 years old. Recently, Keta started playing town soccer. Although they have divorced, Kaylin and Kelly manage to get along for Keta’s sake and both have been involved in bringing him to, and from soccer. Additionally, Kaylin and Kelly sat down and calmly discussed how they would both contribute to the financial cost of soccer for Keta. This type of divorce is an example of:

1.
Dual custody

2.
Sole custody

3.
Joint custody
4.
Split custody

Clarissa tells her partner that she loves ranch dressing on her chicken wings and orders blue cheese as she’s explaining her love for ranch. Which one of the four dimensions of conversational style might this fall under?

1.
degree of directness

2.
how messages are received and framed

3.
congruence of messages
4.
conveying involvement with others

Tyler and Rachael are a young, married couple. Tyler comes from a traditional household in which gendered roles are heavily enforced. Tyler believes Rachael should be responsible for all the “women’s roles” such as cooking and cleaning. Rachael comes from a household with more equality in terms of household tasks, regardless of gender. There are often arguments regaridng who should do what tasks. This is referred to as:

1.
Role Conflict

2.
Role Confusion

3.
Role Strain
4.
Role Overload

True or False? All differences in perception of roles pertaining to couples lead to conflict.

True

False

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