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OT 251 Module 6 tRAP

Quiz by Diego Lopez

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  • Q1
    Midlife brings an increase in
    B. risky coping strategies
    C. psychological disturbance
    A. effective coping strategies
    D. gender typing
  • Q2
    What mothering challenges are mothers with mobility challenges MOST likely to face?
    C. Noticing their child's physical needs
    C. Providing primary care (i.e. carrying, changing clothes, making food)
    A. Understanding their child's emotional needs
    B. Helping their child with their homework
  • Q3
    Cathy, a mother with a developmental disability, finds that her daughter's homework assignments are too difficult for her to provide assistance. That the assignments are too difficult for Cathy due to her disability BEST represents which barrier to performing motherhood?
    B. Stigma
    D. Bodily differences
    A. Discrimination
    C. Stagnation
  • Q4
    There are no school or community resources to help Cathy help her daughter with her homework assignments, or to help her daughter directly. This societal lack, combined with Cathy's own cognitive limitations, BEST reflects what barrier to performing motherhood?
    A. Stagnation
    D. Embodied disability
    C. Concept of possible selves
    B. Bodily differences
  • Q5
    Cate, age 49, acknowledges both her good and bad qualities and feels positively about herself and her life. Cate exhibits
    A. wisdom
    C. self acceptance
    B. autonomy
    D. expertise
  • Q6
    According to Malacrida, "mother-blame" holds the mother responsible for any negative problems their children exhibit. It is often accompanied by intense scrutiny, judgment and intervention. Which of the following mothers may be vulnerable to "mother-blame"?
    C. a mother with an intellectual disability whose 7th grade failed math
    A. a mother of a teenage who is sent to juvenile hall
    B. a mother labelled with schizophrenia whose child has been caught selling marijuana
    D. all of the above
  • Q7
    Which of the following examples BEST describes the concept of "ideal motherhood" as described by Malacrida?
    A. Mothers should receive support from their family, community and society to help them fulfill their child's emotional, physical and intellectual needs
    B. Mothers should respond to all of their children's emotional, physical and intellectual needs at all times
    D. Mothers should have access to affordable and quality day care options
    C. It takes a community to raise children who are healthy, physically and psychologically
  • Q8
    Troye, age 45, is a Girl Scout leader. She states that she really enjoys giving to and guiding the next generation. According to Erikson, Troye has developed a sense of
    D. stagnation
    C. guilt
    A. generativity
    B. intimacy
  • Q9
    Which of the following adults MOST likely has a sense of stagnation?
    A. Katherine, who is a mentor in her workplace
    B. Jill, who takes little interest in her grown children or her career
    D. Phillip, who works hard at being productive in the workplace
    C. Cane, who volunteers at a teen center
  • Q10
    Which of these factors can prompt parental strain as emerging adults depart from the home?
    A. An emerging adult who was born after the parents turned 30
    B. An emerging adult who is "off-time" in development and seems to be behind his peers in adjusting
    D. An emerging adult who is passionate about their work
    C. An emerging adult who demonstrates strong connections to family
  • Q11
    _________________ are among the best predictors of psychological well-being in the late forties and early fifties
    B. gratifying social ties
    A. occupational prestige and high income
    D. gender identity
    C. employment identity
  • Q12
    Hart volunteers with Habitat for Humanity. When he is at a work-site, he is so engrossed in activity that he loses all sense of time and self-awareness. Hart is likely experiencing
    D. self efficacy
    C. early onset dementia
    A. environmental mastery
    B. flow
  • Q13
    Which possible self is MOST likely to be desired by a middle-aged adult?
    A. a person who saves the world
    B. a person who is perfectly happy
    D. a person who is rich and famous
    C. a person who is a good spouse and effective parent
  • Q14
    Melinda is the mother of Jonathon, who has just been diagnosed with depression. Melinda is depressed and tells you she often has trouble getting out of bed in the morning, but you notice that she is also generally empathetic and sensitive to Jonathon's moods, perhaps because she can relate. Based on Malacrida's article on Performing Motherhood, Melinda's skill at responding to his sensitivities MOST of the time BEST reflects which of the following?
    B. Bodily embodiment of disability
    A. Disability as an advantage
    C. Bodily differences
    D. Ideal motherhood
  • Q15
    Megan, a mother labeled with Bipolar disorder, avoids interacting with other parents at her daughter Myka's school. The other parents think that she is a bit aloof because she avoids social contact with them. They gossip that she thinks she is better than them. Which strategy from Malacrida's article do Megan's actions BEST reflect?
    C. Using her disability to her advantage
    A. Tailoring her performance by keeping a low profile
    D. Utilizing resources within her community to assist her to raise her daughter
    B. Protesting notions of ideal motherhood

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