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Peer Pressure

Quiz by Curtis Simmons

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  • Q1
    Which one of these people best fits your group of peers?
    uncle
    baby sitter
    older brother
    classmate
    30s
  • Q2
    Which is an example of positive peer pressure?
    A classmate allows you to cheat off his paper
    A teammate tells you you're a terrible player
    A classmate in a school play urges you to learn your lines.
    A good friend teases you for wearing an unusual outfit
    30s
  • Q3
    You should pick your best friends based on :
    How much they can help you
    How popular they are
    How closely you share the same values and interests
    How good looking they are
    30s
  • Q4
    Which of the following is an example of unspoken peer pressure?
    Trying out for a sports team because your friend said your're a good player
    Wanting a certain brand of sneakers because lots of other kids are wearing them
    Drinking alcohol at a party because your friends are doing it
    Shoplifting at a store because your friend did it
    30s
  • Q5
    Which of following statements is true?
    Virtually all adolescents face peer presssure
    Popular kids don't face much peer pressure
    Unpopular kids face more peer pressure
    The best way to avoid peer pressure is to not make friends
    30s

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