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Diego98 Diego98
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A group of 10-year-old children are playing a board game. Which of these patient outcomes would the nurse evaluate as evidence of a favorable response to the frustration of losing?
 
  a. The child congratulates the winner.
  b. The child walks away to read a book.
  c. The child invites another child to join.
  d. The child wants an immediate rematch.
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ThegameishereThegameishere
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Being able to lose a game with good sportsmanship is a good indication of social adaptation. Poor concentration and limited attention span can cause the child to interrupt the game or add others to increase distraction. Poor ability to delay gratification would engender demanding behavior and the intolerance of loss.
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