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17. Match the roles with their corresponding descriptions. The adjuster C Placater A The responsible child B The acting out child D A . This child seeks to take care of each family member’s emotional needs. B . This child hides the chaos that rules the family by taking on more responsibility and developing a sense of independence. C . This child tends to be younger and detaches emotionally, physically, and socially because they feel helpless to change their situation. D . This child is often angry and confused from growing up in an unpredictable environment. 18. Negative feedback loops can be considered to maintain __________. Metastasis Allostasis Catastasis Homeostas
19. _________ rules are implicit and are learned simply by being involved in a system over time, while _________ rules are more explicit and may be spoken or said.
20. In class, a western-ideal of the purpose of families was highlighted and discussed. What was it?
21. Rather than assessing families as normal vs. abnormal, it may be better to assess them as having: Adaptability vs. An inability to adapt Educated interactions vs. Uneducated interactions Normal communication vs. Abnormal communication Healthy functioning vs. Unhealthy functioning x
22. The DSM V diagnoses can classify one’s substance use as :
Unimportant, Consequential, Important Experimentation, Abuse, Dependence 23. Which of the following is the term that refers to the process of RNA leaving the nucleus of a cell and carrying information to Ribosomes in a cell, which Ribosomes make proteins:
24. The unhealthy rules in addiction often lead to the affected family system becoming a _________ system.
25. What is the fourth stage in the Family Life Cycle or Family Development that is also considered the "Sandwich Generation"? Families with Adolescents x New Couple Launching Children Families with Young Children Single Young Adult
26. Regarding Biological Epigenetic processes, it is important to remember that _____ makes _____, which makes ______.
27. In Epigenetics, __________ are the proteins that turn on and off switches of specific genes.
28. The three most common types of drug administration are Inhalation, ___________, and
29. Seeing relationship interactions as reciprocal cycles or feedback loops rather than as cause and effect is an important part of the ___________ perspective. linear triangul ar
scientifi c Circular x 30. When a drug increases an amount of a specific neurotransmitter, it is considered to have a(n) _________ effect.
31. Which of the following are direct or indirect ways that drugs influence receptors on neuron cells?
32. Mutuality, or ecosystemic embeddedness, refers to the idea that:

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