PSY 413 Exam 1 Study Guide
1. When applying an ecological perspective to the parent-child relationship, what must be
examined and who is it influencing?
Developmental changes in individuals as well as in families and other social groups take
Exam 2 Study Guide
1. Define and understand the concepts of wholeness, interdependence, rules, roles, boundaries,
entropy, equifinality, adaptation, and homeostasis.
-wholeness: a family operates on this principle; family group must be considere
Mostly two parent homes, creates a stable home environment.
Strong ties between parents and children.
Family is more important than the individual collectivist ideals.
Strong ties and support among ex
How to Implement a Homework Plan
Psy 413 Parent Child Relationships
Parenting Approach/Theory Paper
Types of homework problems:
o Child refuses to sit down and do homework.
o Child has trouble staying on task. Takes several hours to c
Psy 413 Final Study Guide
1. How must parenting styles be revised in adolescence?
a. Adaptations in child rearing strategies, methods and interaction styles.
b. Parents must shift to accommodate needs by altering parenting to become more author
Family Assessment Paper Outline
A. My immediate family is comprised of four people: my mom, my dad, myself, and
my younger sister. My sister and I are approximately two and a half years apart in
age. My parents
Introduction and Description
My immediate family is comprised of four people: my mom, my dad, myself, and my
younger sister. My sister and I are approximately two and a half years apart in age. They waited
about five years after marriage to have me, altho