Adult and Family Development Final Exam
Please copy and paste the exam onto a new document page and write below the question. Each question is worth one point. All answers are from your assigned reading. ( Hint: Remember my clue in class that if you don’t have time to read all of a chapter, read the summaries at the end of the chapter).
1. According to our course text, what are the ages in the three main stages of adult development?
Young adulthood: 18 to 35
The middle years: 35 to 40 and up to 62 to 65
Late Life: 65 until you are six feet under.
(Write the name of the stage and then the age range, for ...view middle of the document...
5. According to our course text, what are Holland’s six personality types associated with certain types of professions?
Investigative, Social, Realistic, Artistic, Conventional, and Enterprising.
6. What are the names, main challenges, and ages of Erikson’s stages of development? ( two points)
Stage 1: Infancy: Birth to 18 months: Ego development outcome: Trust vs. mistrust. Basic strength: Drive and hope.
Stage 2: Early childhood: 18 months to three years. Ego development outcome: Autonomy vs. shame. Basic strengths: Self-control, courage, and Will.
Stage 3: Play age: three to five years. Ego development outcome: Initiative vs. guilt. Basic strength: Purpose.
Stage 4: School age: Six to 12 years: Ego development outcome: Industry vs. inferiority. Basic strength: Method and competence.
Stage 5: Adolescence: 12 to 18 years: Ego development outcome: Identity vs. role confusion. ...