Chapter 16 Quiz

Instructions
Chapter 16 quiz.

This assessment is worth 1100 points.

  1. The formal operational period is characterized by   (10 points)

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  12. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  13. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  14. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  15. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  16. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  17. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  18. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  19. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  20. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  21. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  22. "What if the sun were to explode?" said Alene. "But it never has," replied Kevin. "But what if it DID?" insisted Alene. "But it never has! You worry too much about all those what-ifs," said Kevin. In this example, Alene is exhibiting __________ while Kevin is showing __________ thought.   (10 points)

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  23. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  24. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  25. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  26. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  27. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  28. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  29. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  30. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  31. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  32. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  33. Franny says to herself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." Franny is in the period of   (10 points)

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  34. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  35. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  36. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  37. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  38. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  39. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  40. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  41. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  42. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  43. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  44. Which of the following is probably one reason that adolescents get so frustrated with their parents?   (10 points)

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  45. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  46. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  47. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  48. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  49. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  50. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  51. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  52. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  53. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  54. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  55. According to Piaget, adolescents DIFFER from younger children in that younger children   (10 points)

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  56. The overriding conceptualization of the formal operations stage is   (10 points)

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  57. The overriding conceptualization of the formal operations stage is   (10 points)

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  67. Hypothetical-deductive reasoning enables adolescents to   (10 points)

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  78. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  79. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  80. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  81. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  82. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  83. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  84. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  85. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  86. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  87. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  88. Kenesha is having difficulty getting along with her best friend. Kenesha decides to think through the problem, writing down all the difficulties and trying to generate possible reasons for them. She then considers what she can do to deal with the problems, weighing the pros and cons of each possibility. Kenesha is using which of the following to solve her problem?   (10 points)

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  89. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  90. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  91. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  92. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  93. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  94. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  95. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  96. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  97. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  98. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  99. Duncan says to himself, "I think the way to get a good grade on a test is to study hard. Therefore, if I study hard for my next exam, then I will get a good grade." This is an example of   (10 points)

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  100. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  101. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  102. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  103. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  104. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  105. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  106. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  107. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  108. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  109. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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  110. Barbara, an adolescent, must solve an algebraic problem. Barbara develops some predictions about the problem, thinks about them, and then concludes which is the best path to solve the problem. This is an example of   (10 points)

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