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  Topic 10: Social Institutions: The Family   Topic 10 Quiz Time taken 22 mins 53 secs Grade 56.00 out of 60.00 ( 93 %) Question 1 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question Question text In studies of the long-term effects on children while being raised in single-parent households, results  show that Select one: a. juvenile delinquency is twice as likely to occur. b. parental supervision needs are often strained by poverty. c. the kids are more likely to be enrolled below a school grade level that is normal for their chronological  age. d. All of the choices are correct.  Feedback The correct answer is: All of the choices are correct. Question 2
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Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question Question text Research findings consistently indicate that Select one: a. married people enjoy better health than nonmarrieds.  b. marriage has little impact on psychological well-being. c. married people tend to have worse health than nonmarrieds. d. early-married couples enjoy worse health than later-married couples. Feedback The correct answer is: married people enjoy better health than nonmarrieds. Question 3 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question Question text A mounting body of evidence suggests that Select one: a. staying together for the sake of the children is always better for the kids, even though it is difficult for  the married couple. b. divorce is worse than remaining together when kids are involved.
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