Chapter 6: Socialization
Multiple Choice


According to sociobiologists, humans differ from apes in __________ percent of their genetic material.


George Herbert Mead employed the term __________ in referring to the part of the self that consists of the spontaneous, unique, and "natural" traits of each person, such as the unrestrained impulses and drives found in every normal infant and child.


George Herbert Mead employed the term __________ in referring to the social part of the self--the internalized demands of society and the person’s awareness of those demands.


George Herbert Mead referred to parents or parent figures, siblings, and family friends as


After age 4, children begin to relate to many people and groups beyond their families and they begin to develop conceptions of the demands and expectations of other people based on the


According to Freud’s conceptualization, the human personality is divided into three parts. Which of these three parts roughly corresponds with George Herbert Mead’s "me"?


Which of the following scholars saw self-development as proceeding through eight psychosocial stages?


According to Jean Piaget, the first stage of cognitive development is the __________ stage.


Lawrence Kohlberg proposed that people proceed through three levels of moral development. The final level is termed


Your text points out that child-rearing approaches can be described as varying from


Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggested that most people go through five stages leading toward acceptance of death. The first stage is


The fourth stage of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’ typology of death acceptance is


In some cases, adolescents and adults undergo a process called __________ in which old values and behavior patterns are unlearned and new values and behaviors are adopted.


According to Erving Goffman, military recruits undergo a process of stripping or __________ in which their commitment to their old selves is systematically eroded.


The term that has been used to describe the group of children who will be between the ages of 2 and 21 in 1999 is

Note: answer choices in this exercise are randomized.

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