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Norton has recently had his left ear pierced and is now wearing an earring. Mrs. Edwards, his homeroom teacher, thinks he looks ghastly, but she says nothing to Norton. Norton's decision to wear the earring best fits in which of the following domains?
 
  a. The moral domain
  b. The conventional domain
  c. The personal domain
  d. Both the moral and the personal domains

Ques. 2

Three of the following choices would be considered immoral acts. Which one would be considered a violation of a social convention?
 
  a. Spreading a rumor that results in a classmate being socially ostracized
  b. Not sending a thank you card to someone who has given you a gift
  c. Purposely bumping a smaller classmate and making him drop his books
  d. Copying a classmate's homework assignment

Ques. 3

According to research examining children's thinking about moral, conventional, and personal domains, how old must children be in order to distinguish among the three domains?
 
  a. Three years old
  b. Five years old
  c. Seven years old
  d. Ten years old

Ques. 4

Three of the following programs are types of EL programs. The one that is not an EL program is a(n):
 
  a. immersion program.
  b. assimilation EL program.
  c. maintenance EL program.
  d. ESL pullout program.

Ques. 5

When young people feel ashamed or guilty about something that they have done, which of the following is the most valid conclusion?
 
  a. They have low self-esteem.
  b. They will develop aggressive tendencies.
  c. Their social development will be impaired.
  d. Their moral development has advanced.

Ques. 6

The student who best demonstrates perspective taking is:
 
  a. Garrett.
  b. Ian.
  c. Luke.
  d. Cody.

Ques. 7

Gavin has several close friends, rarely gets into verbal arguments, and works very effectively in groups. Of the following, which is the most valid conclusion we can make about him?
 
  a. He is skilled at social problem solving.
  b. He has successfully resolved the industry vs. inferiority crisis.
  c. He is a high academic achiever.
  d. He has successfully accomplished identity achievement.

Ques. 8

Billy gives Cal a candy bar in return for a comic book. If Billy were at Kohlberg's Stage 3, he would view the behavior as ethical if it was:
 
  a. generally good for humanity.
  b. rewarding for him.
  c. rewarding for both him and Cal.
  d. what he thought was expected of him

Ques. 9

Kirsten is experiencing a great deal of anxiety about her first Algebra II test. I know that Mr. Dade has a reputation for being tough, and everyone thinks that girls are no good in math. I'll do terrible, and he'll think, Sure, she's a girl; she can't do math.' I can hardly breathe. Kirsten is experiencing:
 
  a. cultural resistance.
  b. gender identity.
  c. gender bias.
  d. stereotype threat.
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Answer to #1

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Answer to #2

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d

Answer to #6

b

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a

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d

Answer to #9

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