Which of the following is not suggested as an important aspect of parent child

Which of the following is not suggested as an

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76.Which of the following is not suggested as an important aspect of parent-child interaction? b.a)degree of acceptance.c.b)degree of narcissism.d.c)permissiveness.e.d)democratic processes.Ans: b
a.77.Research suggests that the following parental attitudes most facilitate psychological growth in children: a. 78.According to Rogers, the imposition of conditions of worth on children causes a. 79.The evaluation an individual makes and maintains with regard to the self isb. 80.According to Coopersmith, which of the following is not a building block for high self-esteem in children? b.a)loving mother.c.b)democratic parenting.d.c)varying enforcement of rules.e.d)they all are building blocks.Ans: ca.81.Parents of children with high self-esteem b.a)set clearly defined limits which are enforced.
c.b)use punishments rather than awards for behaviors.d.c)are autocratic.e.d)don't compromise their methods of control.Ans: a a. 82.Which of the following was not true of Rogers? a. 83. The phenomenal approach emphasizes how b. a) people view themselves. c. b) people view the world around them. d. c) both a and b. e. d) neither a nor b. Ans: c a. 84. According to the research by Block and Robins, during adolescence self-esteem b. a) increases in males and decreases in females. c. b) increases in males and in females. d. c) decreases in males and females. e. d) decreases in males and increases in females. Ans: a a. 85.Congruence involves bringing together
a. 86. A criticism of Rogers's concept of self-esteem is that it is b. a) too global. c. b) too specific. d. c) too vague. e. d) too concrete. Ans: a True/False Questions i.1.The phenomenological approach stresses that people should be understood in terms of how they view themselves and the world around them. i. 2.The phenomenal field is limited to conscious perceptions and experiences. i. 3.According to Rogers, the phenomenal field of the individualincludes both conscious and unconscious perceptions. 4.Rogers preferred the use of structured questionnaires to less structured self-report measures.

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