The illusion of invulnerability is best demonstrated by a post conventional

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26. The illusion of invulnerability is best demonstrated by a. post conventional thinking about sex. b. unprotected sex by teens. c. a girl’s first menstrual cycle. d. male masturbation. 27. Which statement concerning cognitive development in adolescence is true? 28. Adolescents develop ____ reasoning, which allows them to find weaknesses in arguments. 29. Claude, a Baptist teenager, reads a flawed study showing that Baptists are smarter than most people. Then he reads a second study with similar flaws proposing that Baptists are poor leaders. What would you predict will happen? 30. Which of Kohlberg’s levels places the greatest emphasis on morality as a function of the expectations others hold toward you? a. Preconventional b. Conventional c. Postconventional d. Unconventional
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31. In the ____ stage of identity status, an individual is overwhelmed yet does little to accomplish the task of identity formation. 32. Aniston’s decision to stay home from school because she thinks everyone will notice a pimple she recently discovered on her chin serves as an excellent example of 33. Learning about one’s culture and heritage sets the foundation for a person’s ____ identity. 34. Which statement concerning self-esteem is true? a. Adolescents’ levels of self-esteem do not vary by context. b. Parental rules lead to lower levels of self-esteem in adolescents. c. Levels of parental affection are inversely related to self-esteem levels in adolescents. d. A harmonious child-parent relationship tends to lead to higher levels of self- esteem in adolescents. 35. As a typical American teen, Ralph is most likely to describe his first sex partner as 36. During the implementation phase of career development, a person
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37. Which fifteen-year-old is least likelyto drink alcohol?
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  • Fall '14
  • Blumenthal,EmilyJeanne
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