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Jim and Mary watched with deep emotion as their daughter presented a speech at graduation. Which reward of parenthood does this illustrate?
a) Family continuation
b) Personal growth
c) Sense of pride
d) Youthful perspective

Howard took his granddaughter to the county fair. He watched her to make sure she was safe. Which responsibility of the family does this illustrate?
a) Guiding
b) Nurturing
c) Protecting
d) Teaching

Terry showed concern for his daughter when she scraped her knee. Which responsibility of the family does this illustrate?
a) Guiding
b) Legal responsibilities
c) Nurturing
d) Protecting

A disadvantage of adopting a child is the short transition period. Which means the same as this statement? In the adoptive family:
a) the children have possible problems from the previous family.
b) the parents are there for each other and are mutual partners.
c) the parents do not have the nine months of pregnancy to prepare for the child.
d) the parents try to give their child everything.

Jerry is worried that working on weekends to help supplement the family income will become difficult if they have a baby. What challenge of parenthood does this illustrate?
a) Changes in relationships
b) Emotional adjustment
c) Employment
d) New responsibilities

After Tommy gets home from work at night, he makes sure all the doors are secure for the night. Which responsibility of the family does this illustrate?
a) Financial
b) Legal
c) Protecting
d) Teaching

Jane and George have saved for several years and lived on a tight budget. Their practice of budgeting and saving is an example of:
a) their desire for parenthood
b) emotional maturity
c) financial and management skills
d) health considerations

Susan is afraid her child will have a birth defect and is having trouble focusing on her daily routines. What challenge of parenthood does this illustrate?
a) Changes in relationships
b) Emotional adjustment
c) Employment
d) New Responsibilities

Tom encouraged his children to play fairly with other children. Which responsibility of the family does this illustrate?
a) Guiding
b) Nurturing
c) Protecting
d) Providing financial support

Mary and Tom decided not to have children because they enjoy traveling. Which reason for not having children is this?
a) They are afraid their baby could be unhealthy.
b) They cannot afford a baby at this time.
c) They do not want to be tied down.
d) They have other career goals to focus on at this time.

In Maslow’s Hierarchy, having good character is an example of which type of human need?
a) Esteem
b) Love and acceptance
c) Physical
d) Safety and security

Jason needs new golf clubs, while his wife needs new clothes to wear to her new job. This illustrates which implication of Maslow’s Hierarchy?
a) Development of a person is affected by how well needs are met.
b) Every individual in a family has needs.
c) Men have more needs than women.
d) Needs of one level must be met before one becomes aware of higher-level needs.

Mary was used to spending time with her girlfriends several times a week before she decided to have children. What challenge of parenthood does this illustrate?
a) Changes in relationships
b) Emotional adjustment
c) Employment
d) Lifestyle changes

Jane and Jim decided to have children because they both love nature, and would welcome the experience of seeing nature’s beauties through the eyes of a child. Which reason for having children is this?
a) They feel a child will make them love each other more.
b) They know their parents want them to have children.
c) They want to have a little boy because girls do not like exploring.
d) They want to share their interests with a child.

Vicky has diabetes and has decided not to have children. Vicky’s diabetes is an example of:
a) a desire for parenthood
b) Emotional maturity
c) financial and management skills
d) health considerations

John has just been laid off from work. Bills are increasing at home and he is struggling with his relationship with his wife. He shouts at the children frequently. This illustrates which implication of Maslow’s Hierarchy?
a) Development of a child is affected by how well the child’s needs are met.
b) Needs of one level must be a least partially met before one can be aware of higher needs.
c) Parenting abilities are affected by how well parents’ needs are met
d) Women have more needs than men.

Pam is thinking about having a baby. She has patience, self-control, problem-solving abilities, and can accept responsibility without being pressured. This is an example of:
a) desire for parenthood
b) emotional maturity
c) financial and management skills
d) health considerations

After seeing Mary dance in her recital, her father had tears of joy in his eyes. Which reward of parenthood does this illustrate?
a) Family continuation
b) Lifestyle change
c) Personal growth
d) Sense of pride

In Maslow’s Hierarchy, a college student’s dorm room and meal ticket are examples of which type of human need?
a) Esteem
b) Love and acceptance
c) Physical
d) Self-actualization

An advantage of being a single parent is that there is only one authority figure in the family. Which means the same as this statement?
a) The single parent can go to his/her family members for help.
b) The single parent can make decisions without asking anyone else.
c) The single parent has an instant family.
d) The single parent needs a spouse to help with decision-making.

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