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   Cut her mother off and focus on her relationship with her fianc é      Discuss rules for visiting after the wedding      Deliberately and consistently remind her mother of how different and distinct they are      Suggest she and her mother see a therapist     Question 4 2 / 2 pts The way in which a family changes its relationship rules, power structure, and role  expectancies in response to either normal developmental changes or crises relates to  its:    Adaptability  
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   Family members education and income      Organizational structure      Cohesion     Question 5 2 / 2 pts Families with extremely high cohesion are referred to as non-conflictual.    True      False     Question 6 2 / 2 pts Families tend to shift on the cohesion/adaptability axis as children age.    True      False     Question 7
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2 / 2 pts According to your textbook, multigenerational systems:    All of the above     Develop functional and dysfunctional patterns based upon the legacy of previous  generations and present happenings    Are developmental in nature      Have boundaries that are hierarchical in nature     Question 8 2 / 2 pts A family image of a “rock” is congruent with what theme?    We do not raise homing pigeons.      You can always depend on your family.      You can sleep when you die.      Only your heart’s best will do.  
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  Question 9 2 / 2 pts A newer and blossoming area of research regarding underlying issues contributing to  family communication patterns and problems pertains to:    Biological and genetic foundations of family patterns  
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  • Spring '14
  • BENTROTTMEREA
  • family communication, Donna

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