Chapter 13 Quiz

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Samuel is moody, anxious, and self-punishing. Samuel is high in _____.


A study of 7,578 adults in seven nations found that physical separation between parents and adult children _____.

strengthened the relationships between parents and adult children

_____ percent of adults (age 25 to 65) are providing partial financial support for their parents.


Approximately what proportion of divorces terminates an abusive or destructive relationship?


After a recent divorce and many years as a stay-at-home mom, Cheryl is entering the workforce. As a single parent with three children, she needs a livable wage, good benefits, and a retirement plan. She is focused on the _____ of work.

extrinsic rewards

Secure bonds can develop between a child and an adoptive parent when the children are older, especially if the mother had a(n) _____ attachment to her own mother.


How does the relationship between siblings typically change from adolescence to adulthood?

The siblings tend to become closer.

Those who know her describe Matilda as a kind, helpful, and easygoing person. She is high on which of the Big Five traits?


Mel is a retired stockbroker who enjoys tutoring children at the local YMCA after school. He is demonstrating the psychosocial stage of _____.

generativity versus stagnation

As people age, their friendships tend to _____.


The tangible benefits, usually in salary, insurance, pension, and status, that come with employment are known as _____ rewards.


Which statement about employees who are required to work overtime is TRUE?

Workers who are required to work overtime feel less job satisfaction.

Since they are called on to help both the older and younger generations of the family, middle-aged adults have been called the _____.

sandwich generation

Research finds that women typically suffer from divorce more than men do, but that many divorced men experience _____.

increased loneliness

Getting married, having children, and living in separate residences has the potential to increase the likelihood of _____ sibling relationships in adulthood.


A person who has many of the personality traits associated with extroversion would be described as _____.

active and outgoing

At least initially, remarriage brings which conditions?

better health

What percentage of the workplace is made up of immigrant workers?


All of Paulo and Geneva’s children have moved out, started families, and are working on their careers. According to the text, Paulo and Geneva’s home is now a(n) _____.

empty nest

Manuel and Rosa have been married for nearly 30 years. Their youngest child left home six months ago. If they are typical, the quality of their marriage should _____.

improve because they have more time to spend together

After children have grown, MOST couples find that _____.

their relationships improve

Chris is high in extroversion and therefore will probably _____.

get married

Currently in developed nations, most grandparents try to be _____.

easygoing and helpful

Those faced with caring for their children and parents are ____ happy as those who are not.

just as

An open woman born in 1960 and high in conscientiousness was likely to have _____ kids.

one or no

The Big Five personality traits _____.

are apparent in every culture and era

After the children are grown, most married couples _____.

have adequate time for their relationship

Which personality trait tends to increase with age?


Ronald seems to thrive on changing jobs, is artistic, and likes to try new things. He would be rated high on the personality dimension called _____.


After nearly 20 years with his company, Mike’s job was outsourced. He wants his new job to offer not only a good wage but also job satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment. He is focused on the _____ of work.

intrinsic rewards

Emily is her family’s kinkeeper. This means that she assumes responsibility for _____.

gathering the family for holidays and disseminating information

Of U.S. residents born before 1940, what percentage married?


What is one of Erikson’s stages of adulthood?

generativity versus stagnation

Within the workplace, there are small things that go unnoticed by one person that seem aggressive to another. These have been referred to as _____.


What is Erikson’s third stage of adulthood?

integrity versus despair

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