1. Hannah and Ella are the same age. Although Ella is fourteen, she has not yet entered
puberty. Hannah, on the other hand, matured early in grade seven. Based on the studies
conducted on early-maturing and late-maturing girls, how are the two girls most likely to
2. Identify an accurate statement about the development of primary and secondary sex
characteristics during adolescence.
3. Which of the following chemical substances is responsible for triggering physical changes in females during puberty?
4. According to Erikson's psychosocial theory, what crisis does an individual need to resolve during adolescence in order to be better adjusted later in life?
5. Which of the following is true of the different levels of moral development proposed by Lawrence Kohlberg?
6. 16-year-old Rashi works after school at a 24-hour café. Her shift ends at 7 PM after which she works as a part-time baby-sitter. Her boss Peter tells her that going forward she would have to work at the café till 10 PM. When Rashi asks Peter if she would receive extra pay for the additional hours of work put in, Peter tells her that she will not be compensated. Rashi is heavily dependent on the money she earns from baby-sitting and is aware that Peter is being unreasonable in expecting her to work extra hours for the same pay. Which of the following is the most suitable way for Rashi to exert her assertiveness?
7. Identify an accurate statement about social development in adolescence.
8. At the age of 16, Katie feels rejected and unloved. In an attempt to build her self-esteem, Katie starts following a diet. However, she ends up overeating high calorific food every time she is hungry or stressed. The food helps comfort her and suppress her frustration. In order to avoid gaining weight, Katie starts purging and realizes that this habit allows her to binge without gaining weight. Eventually, Katie develops a binge-purge cycle to deal with her emotions. She feels shameful and disgusted by this behavior and fears that her friends might find out. However, she cannot give it up because it helps her feel confident and in control. In the context of social development problems during adolescence, which eating disorder has Katie developed?
9. Jane is the captain of the cheerleading squad of her school. What makes her a democratic leader?
10. Which social system plays a more dominant role than the others in aiding adolescents in their transition from childhood to adulthood?
11. Which of the following statements is true about the psychosocial crisis of identity versus
role confusion in adolescence?
12. Which scenario best exemplifies the psychosocial crisis of identity versus role confusion?
13. Identify a difference between men and women, in the context of their communication styles.
14. Which of the following is true of the observations made about gender in the context of the social constructionist approach to gender?
15. Ravi, a student of philosophy at South Batang University, is confused about his gender. Though he is biologically male, he identifies himself as a woman. At times, he claims that he feels like a woman trapped inside the body of a man. To deal with this psychological distress, Ravi is considering undergoing surgery and hormonal treatment to change his physical appearance to match that of a female. In this scenario, what is Ravi's form of gender expression?
16. Which of the following statements is true about homosexuals?
17. Who among the following is in the third stage of the coming-out process, in the context of gay and lesbian people?
18. Amanda, a drag king, has decided to pursue surgery to enhance her physical appearance as that of a male. The process involves four steps. She is currently undergoing a real-life test. What is her next step likely to be?