CH 12 Practice Exam

CH 12 Practice Exam - FSW 261 Chapter 12 True/False: 1....

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FSW 261 – Chapter 12 True/False: 1. Generally speaking, children turn out well if their parents are good parents. 2. Once parents adjust to their new roles, parenting begins to get easier. 3. Day care workers in the United States are usually well-paid and regulated by the federal government. 4. Men are more likely to experience a decrease in marital satisfaction after the birth of a child than are women. 5. There is a trend toward openness in contact between adoptive families and birth parents. 6. Women who decide to be single mothers typically have psychological problems. 7. Children raised by gay and lesbian couples have lower achievement and adjustment scores than children with heterosexual parents. 8. Children are usually able to understand and appreciate the sacrifices their parents make by the time they are adolescents. 9. A stable one-parent household is not as healthy for a child as an unstable two- parent household. 10. A study of Midwestern parents found that over three-quarters were satisfied with parenthood. Multiple Choice:
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CH 12 Practice Exam - FSW 261 Chapter 12 True/False: 1....

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