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eauclaireliberal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 08:47 PM
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Help...I need help with my Developmental Psychology crap!
I'm in the process of finishng up my last assignment. At this rate, I will have an A, no problem. I need everyone to answer the survey below. Thank you so much.
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1. Sex:
A. Male
B. Female

2. Your age
A. 18-40
B. 41-65
C. 65+

3. Your educational status:
A. High school
B. College
C. Graduate school

4. Marital status:
A. Married
B. Single/divorced/widowed
C. Cohabiting

5. Type of marriage/home:
A. "Traditional marriage" (one spouse is the breadwinner, the other a homemaker)
B. Dual-earner marriage
C. Not applicable

6. Do you have children?
A. Yes
B. No

7. As a parent, are you/were you:
A. Permissive (little/no boundaries)
B. Authoritative (set boundaries, but will negotiate some aspects of them.)
C. Authoritarian (A rule is a rule, no matter what)


8. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The first is the image-making stage, where expecting parents create images of the kind of parents they will be and will measure their anticipated performance with their own standards of perfection. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes
B. No

9. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The third is the authority stage, where parents begin to question the kind of parents they have been and will be. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes
B. No

10. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The sixth is the departure stage, where once the children leave home, the parents face the difficult and sometimes unpleasant task of taking stock of their worth as parents. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes
B. No

11. What occupational category do you fit?
A. Executive (businessperson, banker, physician, CEO, government, etc: White-collar)
B. Academic (teacher, professor)
C. Skilled labor (contractor, medical professional, machinist, computers, etc: Blue-collar)
D. Civil worker (police officer, fire fighter, local politician, social worker)
E. Self-employed
F. None of the above

12. Erik Eriksons stage of generativity versus stagnation as it applies to the work world states that many people achieve a sense of being through their trade or profession. When researchers ask adults what is important to them about their work, they often fit into one of the two categories below. Which best describes your sense of being in the workplace?

A. Intrinsic factors of work: Satisfactions workers obtain from doing the work itself
B. Extrinsic factors of work: Satisfaction in the form of pay, status, and other rewards for work

13. Daniel Levinson emphasized that maintaining a sense of excitement and commitment to work throughout adulthood is essential to mature job satisfaction. Loyalty, however, develops as young adults begin to identify personally with their occupation and loyalty to an employer will grow to the extent that employees want continued employment and rewards from the employer (expectation of reciprocity).

A. Yes, I am excited and satisfied with my job and consider myself loyal to my employer
B. No, I would like to do something else, and my boss sucks ass
C. Not applicable (self-employed)
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mike_c Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 08:55 PM
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1. ok, hope I don't screw up the order....
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. B
5. C
6. A
7. B
8. A
9. A (oh yes)
10. A
11. B
12. A
13. A
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SmokingJacket Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:01 PM
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2. OK, why not.
1. Sex:. Female

2. Your ageA. 18-40


3. Your educational status:C. Graduate school

4. Marital status:A. Married


5. Type of marriage/home:dual earner

6. A. Yes


7. B. Authoritative (set boundaries, but will negotiate some aspects of them.)



8. A. Yes


9. A. Yes


10. B. No

11.E. Self-employed


12.A. Intrinsic factors of work: Satisfactions workers obtain from doing the work itself


13.C. Not applicable (self-employed)
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BelleCarolinaPeridot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:02 PM
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3. Here ya go :)
1. Sex:
B. Female

2. Your age
A. 18-40

3. Your educational status:
B. College
C. Graduate school

4. Marital status:
B. Single

5. Type of marriage/home:
C. Not applicable

6. Do you have children?
B. No

7. As a parent, are you/were you:
Not Applicable


8. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The first is the image-making stage, where expecting parents create images of the kind of parents they will be and will measure their anticipated performance with their own standards of perfection. Have you gone through this stage?
Not Applicable

9. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The third is the authority stage, where parents begin to question the kind of parents they have been and will be. Have you gone through this stage?
Not Applicable

10. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The sixth is the departure stage, where once the children leave home, the parents face the difficult and sometimes unpleasant task of taking stock of their worth as parents. Have you gone through this stage?
Not Applicable

11. What occupational category do you fit?
F. None of the above

12. Erik Eriksons stage of generativity versus stagnation as it applies to the work world states that many people achieve a sense of being through their trade or profession. When researchers ask adults what is important to them about their work, they often fit into one of the two categories below. Which best describes your sense of being in the workplace?
A. Intrinsic factors of work: Satisfactions workers obtain from doing the work itself


13. Daniel Levinson emphasized that maintaining a sense of excitement and commitment to work throughout adulthood is essential to mature job satisfaction. Loyalty, however, develops as young adults begin to identify personally with their occupation and loyalty to an employer will grow to the extent that employees want continued employment and rewards from the employer (expectation of reciprocity).
A. Yes, I am excited and satisfied with my job and consider myself loyal to my employer

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H2O Man Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:14 PM
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4. here goes:
1-a
2-b
3-c
4-a
5-a (* I'm retired & wear the apron in this house.)
6-a
7- none of above; 1/2 between a & b
8-a
9-a
10-b
11- f (retired psychiatric social worker)
12- n/a (was an a)
13-c (retired)
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RetroLounge Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:17 PM
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5. Sure thing
1. Sex:
A. Male

2. Your age
B. 41-65

3. Your educational status:
C. Graduate school

4. Marital status:
A. Married

5. Type of marriage/home:
B. Dual-earner marriage

6. Do you have children?
A. Yes

7. As a parent, are you/were you:
B. Authoritative (set boundaries, but will negotiate some aspects of them.)


8. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The first is the image-making stage, where expecting parents create images of the kind of parents they will be and will measure their anticipated performance with their own standards of perfection. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes

9. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The third is the authority stage, where parents begin to question the kind of parents they have been and will be. Have you gone through this stage?
B. No

10. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The sixth is the departure stage, where once the children leave home, the parents face the difficult and sometimes unpleasant task of taking stock of their worth as parents. Have you gone through this stage?
B. No

11. What occupational category do you fit?
C. Skilled labor (contractor, medical professional, machinist, computers, etc: Blue-collar)

12. Erik Eriksons stage of generativity versus stagnation as it applies to the work world states that many people achieve a sense of being through their trade or profession. When researchers ask adults what is important to them about their work, they often fit into one of the two categories below. Which best describes your sense of being in the workplace?

A. Intrinsic factors of work: Satisfactions workers obtain from doing the work itself

13. Daniel Levinson emphasized that maintaining a sense of excitement and commitment to work throughout adulthood is essential to mature job satisfaction. Loyalty, however, develops as young adults begin to identify personally with their occupation and loyalty to an employer will grow to the extent that employees want continued employment and rewards from the employer (expectation of reciprocity).

A. Yes, I am excited and satisfied with my job and consider myself loyal to my employer

RL
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proud2BlibKansan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:21 PM
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6. okay
1 a
2 b
3 c
4 a
5 b
6 a
7 b
8 a
9 a
10 b
11 b
12 a
13 a
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Droopy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 09:31 PM
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7. I'd be glad to help
1. A
2. A
3. A
4. B
5. C
6. B
7. N/A
8. B
9. B
10. B
11. C
12. B
13. B, with qualifications. My boss is an ok dude. I'd rather be making more money than I am now and will continue to look for better paying work, but I will not jump from job to job just for a few extra bucks.
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dog_lovin_dem Donating Member (237 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 10:00 PM
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8. Here goes!
1. B
2. B
3. C
4. A
5. B
6. A
7. B
8. A
9. B
10. A
11. E
12. A
13. C
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tigereye Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-05 10:23 PM
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9. ok
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1. Sex:
B. Female

2. Your age
B. 41-65

3. Your educational status:
C. Graduate school

4. Marital status:
A. Married

5. Type of marriage/home:
B. Dual-earner marriage

6. Do you have children?
A. Yes

7. As a parent, are you/were you:
B. Authoritative (set boundaries, but will negotiate some aspects of them.)

8. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The first is the image-making stage, where expecting parents create images of the kind of parents they will be and will measure their anticipated performance with their own standards of perfection. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes

9. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The third is the authority stage, where parents begin to question the kind of parents they have been and will be. Have you gone through this stage?
A. Yes

10. According to Galinsky, there are six stages of critical periods in the parental-child relationship that are part of coping with a childs developmental stages. The sixth is the departure stage, where once the children leave home, the parents face the difficult and sometimes unpleasant task of taking stock of their worth as parents. Have you gone through this stage?
B. No

11. What occupational category do you fit?
C. Skilled labor (contractor, medical professional, machinist, computers, etc: Blue-collar)

E. Self-employed
(both)

12. Erik Eriksons stage of generativity versus stagnation
A. Intrinsic factors of work: Satisfactions workers obtain from doing the work itself

13.
A. Yes, I am excited and satisfied with my job and consider myself loyal to my employer (most of the time. :))
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