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2. What percentage of children believed they were the cause of their parents sadness?

  • 49%
  • 89%
  • 72%
  • 58%

3. The 5 components which feed into self worth are:

  • Scholastic competence, athletic achievement, physical appearance, behavioural conduct, social acceptance
  • Scholastic competence, behavioural conduct, social acceptance, physical appearance, close friendships
  • Scholastic competence, physical appearance, family attachments, behavioural conduct, social acceptance
  • Family attachments, athletic achievement, physical appearance, behavioural conduct, social acceptance

4. Chepp et al.'s (1987) study looked at..

  • The unwanted gift paradigm
  • The longitudinal relationship of quality of friendships
  • The idea that different people may show different emotions in the same context
  • How children believed they had affected their parents emotions

5. Parental influence

  • is initially the most important social source of self esteem, but is peer influence becomes more important
  • has no effect on self esteem
  • is always the most important social source of self esteem
  • at first is less important than peer influence, but becomes most important

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