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PA - Parenting Skills with Conduct Disordered Pre-Adolescents Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

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1.1 What types of symptoms do children exhibit when they are described as, “difficult” children?
2.1 How might parents depersonalize the behavior they wish to have change in their children?
2.2 How does the “always give 100% credit” technique work for children?
3.1 What are three common command statements parents usually say to their disorderly child?
3.2 What might be common situational anger triggers in “The Anger Inventory” technique?
5.1 What might be a red flag that can alert you that communication has broken down somewhere between you and your child?
6.1 What is the 5 Minutes communication technique designed for?
7.1 What is the main difference between using the 5 Minutes with children and using the 5 Minutes with a partner?
8.1 In what two ways can maladaptive behavior be promoted?
10.1 What are two factors that often result in anger?
10.2 What are examples of trigger thoughts?
12.1 What three components may provide your child with the information he needs to make choices about how to behave?
12.2 What is one way to help your child know what you want?
13.1 What are three components for children to respect the rules?
14.1 What are behaviors that might indicate a problem in a child?

A. By using words such as 'it' or 'things'
C. How many times have you done this? Do that again, and you’ll see what happens! What did I just say?!
D. When the child does what you feel is the right thing, whatever it may be, try to give her 100%, even if what was done was done by accident. If you want the desired behavior to happen try not to discredit it by explaining, justifying or minimizing it. Even if done incorrectly, give credit for the parts that were done correctly.
E. When parents react to the emotion and lack of respect but not look deeper for the communicative meaning
F. Your child defies or disobeys you at mealtimes. Your child defies or disobeys you while you are on the phone. You child defies or disobeys you in public. You child defies or disobeys you when asked to do chores. Your child defies or disobeys you when asked to do homework. Your child defies or disobeys you at bedtime. Your child defies or disobeys you while in the car.
G. Spouses and partners often find it even harder just to listen and not to explain or defend
H. To provide children and adolescents with a reliable ongoing experience of genuine parental interest in their feelings, experiences, opinions, and desires
I. Stress and trigger thoughts
J. a) Accept behavior; B) allow a behavior to persist for the purposes of documenting it
K. Your feelings, why you have those feelings, and what you want
L. “You’re defying me”, “I can’t stand it", “You’re so selfish”
M. 'Do as I say, not as I do' Mentality, exceptions, rationalizations
N. Afraid to try new things, becomes abusive with other children or siblings, seems depressed or lethargic, resists spending time with you, has problems in school, displays low self-esteem or appears to have little empathy when relating to people who are hurt or sad
O. Through assertive messages

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 16 is found in Section 16 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 17 is found in Section 17 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question

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15.1 What are five benefits of parent involvement?
15.2 What are five ways teachers can help parents play an active role in their child’s schooling?
17.1 What are three key aspects of parenting relevant to child behavioral problems?
17.2 According to Rothbart, what may reduce the likelihood of the development of childhood aggressive behavior?
18.1 What are two informal sources identified in this article?
19.1 What does The Social Development Project aim to investigate?
20.1 What difficulties might single parents face if they don’t have a partner to support them in their parenting role?
21.1 Parenting has a different impact on child adjustment depending on what?
21.2 A highly reactive child is more likely to develop behavioral problems if the parent shows what?
23.1 What might be four hypothesized mediators of the association between maternal depressive symptoms and child internalizing and disruptive behavior disorders?
23.2 According to Cummings, parents with psychological problems, particularly depression, tend to do what?
23.3 According to Goodman, mothers with higher symptom levels tend to have what type of spouses?
24.1 What technique may help reduce physical contact deprivation?
24.2 What two intimacies might be lacking early in life in aggressive/violent children?
25.1 Approximately how many American adolescents are extremely vulnerable to multiple high-risk behaviors and school failure?
25.2 What are five characteristics of an effective adolescent?
25.3 According to Berns, teenagers are becoming sexually active before what age?
25.4 How many adolescents will become infected with a STD before graduating from high school?
26.1 Parents’ decision-making becomes more difficult during their children’s adolescents due to what?

A. 1) Help parents improve parenting techniques b) encourage parents to communicate about their children c) suggest options for volunteering in the classroom d) provide technical assistance on effective teaching at home e) suggest ways parents can be involved in school-wide activities
B. Higher test scores, better grades, better attendance, higher levels of completion of homework, more positive student motivation and attitudes about schoolwork
C. Inhabitation
D. Punishment, warmth, and inductive reasoning
E. The role of temperament, parenting and social context in the development of behavioral and emotional problems
F. Extended family and friendship networks
G. The temperament of the child
H. No one to share your worry or concerns, no one to express feelings, they need a positive father figure in the family atmosphere
I. Child communication, the quality of the mother – child relationship, maternal social support, and stressful life events in the family.
J. Lower levels of warmth during interactions with him/her
K. Spouses with elevated symptoms and psychological diagnoses
L. Make more critical appraisals of their children and display more negative effect, and are more likely to exhibit maladaptive parenting styles and disrupted attachment bonds
M. Verbal and physical intimacy
N. Physical Stipulation (Massage Therapy)
O. 1) Effective adolescents are intellectually reflective persons who have developed thinking skills. 2) They are en route to a lifetime of meaningful work. 3) Adolescents will be good citizens, thus taking responsibility for shaping our world. 4) Adolescents will be caring individuals who are able to think clearly and critically, and act ethically. 5) Our youth will understand the correlation between exercise, diet, and health.
P. 7 million or one in four
Q. The complexity of such issues as discipline, schooling, and intimacy
R. 16
S. One-fourth of all sexually active adolescents

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