1. When Yoonjoo was telling her mom about the other children in her class, she told her mom that
one child was faster than her, one child was a better reader than her, and one child was louder than her.
Yoonjoo is engaging in the process known as _social_
FMSC431 Notes After Midterm
Any physical abuse that happens once will most likely happen again.
Both the abuser and the abused have:
Low self esteem
Tend to minimize and trivialize the abusive behavior
List of predictors of abusive behavior
Exam 2 review sheet!
What are important foundations for healthy child development? What are the pathways of povertys
impact? What are the consequences to these pathways in term of outcomes? What are Garbarinos
thoughts about accumulative risks on children
The exam is (50) multiple choice no short answer; no we will not have to know the individuals
responsible for the theories, that is super specific -something he said he wouldnt do. He said to make
sure you can identify concepts and apply/pick the
FMSC432: Fall 2016, Exam 3 Review Sheet
Readings: Chapters 10 and 11 from textbook; 11 from Hooyman et al., and any materials read, listened
to, or viewed for discussion boards Lectures:
Housing for the Elderly
1. Where do most people want to reside as th
Part 1 (walker)
T or F
Individual psychotherapy which is long term has potential to be a useful
therapeutic intervention for battered women - true
Feelings of powerlessness by men and women contribute to cause and
maintenance of violent behavio
Serial Monogamy best describes marriages in the United States True
A contemporary term for family of orientation is family of choice False
The most common form of polygamy is polyandry False (polygyny)
The kinship system is the social organizati
FMSC487: Test #2 (Chapter 10-12)
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT CL MEANS? Common law
*Kulp v. Kulp
F: Couple divorcing after 12 years of marriage. Sons cremated remains in an urn in the marital home and
now must decide
February 2, 2017
Human development is strongly influenced by the context in which it occurs.
Extreme deprivation leads to abnormal development as in several known cases:
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Department of Family Science
Greetings FMSC Students!
As you know, the Department of Family Science
University of Maryland College Park
School of Public Health
FMSC 431 Family Crisis & Intervention
Semester: Spring 2017
Classroom and Time: Room 1303, SPH
Instructor: Dr. Robyn Zeiger
Office: 1142F, SPH
Phone: 301-445-7333 (leave message)
Maternal and Child Health Practice Test
When assessing the adequacy of sperm for conception to occur, which of the following is the most useful
a. Sperm count
c. Sperm maturity
Step 1 Lesson Template
Teach # _1_
Teach Date: 10/27/15
Teach Time: 8:15-9:15
Length of Lesson: 1 hour
Title & Main Idea of Lesson:
Egg Carton Designs:
Constructing Arrays to Begin a
Study of Multiplication
PGCPS Objectives for Lesson: CCSS.Ma
FMSC 332: EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
*Review your PowerPoint notes, book chapters, handouts, and online required readings.*
Chapter 1: Issues in Child Development
1) Understand the many types of development we will be studying this semester: behavioral reorganiza
1. Which of the Ten Principles of Economics does welfare economics explain more fully?
a. The cost of something is what you give up to get it.
b. Rational people think at the margin.
c. Markets are usually a good way to organ
1. Refer to Figure 4-5. Suppose that the federal government is concerned about obesity in the United
States. Congress is considering two plans. One would require junk food producers to include
warning labels on all junk food. The other would impose a tax
FMSC Notes #2
2/21/2016 Lecture notes
Social class determines:
Socioeconomic status (SES)
1. Your neighborhood & quality of housing
2. Your social networks and social capital
3. Quality of your school and opportunities for enrichment
4. Your health & qual
Go to http:/inequality.is/ . Go through the entire interactive site. Answer the below
questions and post your responses on the discussion board. To earn full credit, your response
should be at least 300 words (in totalnot for each qu
Research Paper: Emotional Abuse
The topic I chose to research was emotional abuse between intimate couples, specifically
husband and wife, and the effects it has on the victim. Emotional abuse is often overlooked
FMSC330 - Family Theories and Patterns
Final exam: DECEMBER 15, 2016 at 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
October 27 Parenthood to Dec 8 Family Patterns
Thursday, December 15th, 0800-1000. SPH1301, same classroom.
25% of grade.
Format similar to midterm.
EXAM 1 Review, Fall 2016
What is sociological imagination, and why is it important? What
aspects of our lives shape our social position, and how does social position
Social imagination- importance of understanding th
Are Statutory Rape Laws Effective at Protecting Minors?
FMSC 170, Future of Families: Issues and Controversies
Taking Sides Report:Are Statutory Rape Laws Effective at Protecting Minors?
19 October 2016
On my honor as a University
Exam 3 Study Guide
What is a hook up? What accounts for the rise of the hook up and the decline of traditional dating
among college students today? What is the gendered orgasm gap between males and female in
hook ups? How do hook ups get
ADOLESCENTS ( ages 13 to 20 ) :
Differences due to pubertal timing:
heredity - age that your parents developed , approximate for you
Nutrition- ex: if youre obse that speeds it up b.c your body feels its older b/c of all the excess
Education as a public good
There are so many things you can make up for later. But you
can never atone for the theft of someones childhood. You
cant give them back fifth grade.
Jonathan Kozol, Shame of the Nation
Funnels and pathways
The funnel = pathway
A growing gap:
Why focus on poverty and inequality
between poor & affluent families?
Poverty a lack of basic necessities or a lack of
the usual or socially acceptable amount of
money or material possessions.
Often measured in terms o
Pathways through Young
Pathway(s) to Adulthood
Five transitions that have typically occurred in young
In what order?
What is the model path? Do y
Physical Development in Early
By age two, average US child weighs 25-30 lbs
and is around 36 inches tall
By age six, average US child weighs 46 lbs and
is around 46 inches tall
During this time, children:
become less chubby