ERIKSON
Practice Quiz 3

1. The strength of the infancy stage is
 a. love
 b. kindness
 c. hope
 d. power

2. Which of the following appears during Erikson's play age?
 a. parataxic functioning
 b. conscience
 c. prototaxic functioning
 d. basic anxiety

3. The strength of the play age is
 a. fidelity
 b. hope
 c. care
 d. purpose

4. During Erikson's school age
 a. boys' sexual awareness first appears
 b. children begin to lay the groundwork for becoming parents
 c. girls first pursue attractiveness and nurturance
 d. both genders renounce their "immature" need to be playing most of the time

5. The strength of the adolescent period (Erikson) is
 a. trust
 b. care
 c. fidelity
 d. creativity

6. The strength of the young adult period is
 a. love
 b. care
 c. fidelity
 d. hope

7. According to Erikson, old age is
 a. submission to mortality
 b. the conquest of mortality
 c. a time for reaping the harvest of one's heavily laden fields
 d. wit in full bloom

8. All except one of the following are possibilities for women at the mid-life crisis (Sheehy) except one. Which HAS LOW PROBABILITY for them at this time?
 a. an affair
 b. joyful anticipation
 c. divorce
 d. running away

9. For women, "achievement motive" was related to what kind of expression in the study by Peterson and Steward (1993)?
 a. generativity expression outside the home
 b. care expressed inside the home
 c. parenting
 d. personal productivity

10. What is the constant companion of stagnation
 a. elation-depression
 b. heart-break
 c. love lost
 d. boredom
 

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