QUESTION 2 quiz 10 - QUESTION 1 CHAP 10 1 The term for a...

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QUESTION 1 CHAP 10 1. The term for a pause in identity formation, when alternatives are explored before final choices are made, is known as: A . identity diffusion. B . negative identity. C . moratorium. D . role confusion. 1 points QUESTION 2 1. Most drug abuse begins: A . as social use. B . with heavy, illegal drugs. C . as hidden, individual use. D . with the onset of puberty. 1 points QUESTION 3 1. Which problem shows no signs of abating? A . sexual abuse B . teenage pregnancy C . abortions D . STIs 1 points QUESTION 4 1. Gender refers to: A . the biological characteristics of being male or female. B . the cultural or social attributes of being male or female. C . homophobia. D . one's sexual orientation. 1 points QUESTION 5 1. Psychosocial development during adolescence is often seen as a quest to answer the question: A . “Why don't my parents understand me?”
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B . “Who am I?” C . “What am I going to do with my life?” D . “Will I ever find someone to love?” 1 points QUESTION 6 1. At age 17, Gage aspired to become a serious musician. His group of friends began to change as he grew closer to students with deep musical interests, and he drifted away from other friends who were more engaged in sports. This illustrates peer: A . facilitati on. B . exclusio n. C . selection . D . focus. 1 points QUESTION 7 1. An individual who commits crimes during adolescence but stops by the age of 21 is considered a(n): A . repeat offender. B . life-course-persistent offender.
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