Test 2. Personality of a teenager and deviant behavior

1. Which of the following forms is not a personal reaction?

a) refusal reaction; c) agitation;

b) protest (opposition); d) compensation

2. Which of the personal reactions is characterized by the desire of a child or adolescent to achieve the highest results in the very area where he turned out to be insolvent?

a) refusal reaction; c) hypercompensation;

b) protest (opposition); d) compensation

3. Grouping reactions usually manifest themselves in:

a) theft; c) suicidal behavior;

b) early sexual intercourse; d) hooliganism

4. Disadaptation is:

a) a state of reduced ability (unwillingness, inability) to accept and fulfill the requirements of the environment; b) the use of narcotic drugs;

c) degradation;

d) sexual attraction to people of the same sex.

5. Social maladaptation is not manifested in:

a) regular violation of the norms of morality and law;

b) antisocial forms of behavior;

c) episodic absenteeism of lessons;

d) deformation of the system of internal regulation

6. The process of re-education does not include the solution of the following functions:

a) restorative; c) stimulating;

b) compensatory; d) adaptive

7. What is not a criterion for the transition of psychological reactions to pathological ones?

a) the spread of the reaction beyond the situation and the microenvironment where they arose;

b) loss of psychological intelligibility of behavior;

c) addition of neurotic disorders;

d) aggravation of reactions

8. The reaction of refusal is manifested in:

a) the absence or decrease in the desire for contacts with others;

b) deliberate rudeness, disobedience, defiant behavior, categorical refusals to carry out any instructions;

c) the desire to imitate a certain person or image in everything;

d) the desire to hide or make up for one’s weakness, failure in one area of activity with success in another.

9. The imitation reaction is characterized by:

a) the absence or decrease in the desire for contacts with others;

b) deliberate rudeness, disobedience, defiant behavior, a categorical refusal to carry out any instructions;

c) the desire to imitate a certain person or image in everything;

d) the desire to hide or make up for one’s weakness, failure in one area of activity with success in another.

Test 3. Aggression and hyperactivity as forms of deviant behavior

1. Which of the following definitions of the concept of “aggression” is not correct?

a) a reaction, as a result of which another organism receives painful stimuli;

b) physical action or the threat of such action on the part of one individual, which reduces the freedom or genetic fitness of another individual;

c) violation of public morality by engaging in prostitution;

d) angry, unpleasant, hurting others, behavior.

2. Physical aggression is:

a) use of physical force against another person;

b) actions, as in a roundabout way directed at another person (gossip, malicious jokes);

c) oppositional demeanor, usually directed against authority or leadership;

d) the expression of negative feelings both through the form (shout, screech, quarrel) and through the content of verbal responses (threats, curses, swearing);

3. Indirect aggression is:

a) use of physical force against another person;

b) actions, as in a roundabout way directed at another person (gossip, malicious jokes);

c) oppositional demeanor, usually directed against authority or leadership;

d) the expression of negative feelings both through the form (shout, screech, quarrel) and through the content of verbal responses (threats, curses, swearing);

4. Verbal aggression is:

a) use of physical force against another person;

b) actions, as in a roundabout way directed at another person (gossip, malicious jokes);

c) oppositional demeanor, usually directed against authority or leadership;

d) the expression of negative feelings both through the form (shout, screech, quarrel) and through the content of verbal responses (threats, curses, swearing);

5. Oppositional demeanor, usually directed against authority or leadership, is:

a) physical aggression; c) negativism;

b) verbal aggression; d) indirect aggression

6. The tendency to irritation is:

a) use of physical force against another person;

b) actions, as in a roundabout way directed at another person (gossip, malicious jokes);

c) readiness for manifestation at the slightest excitation of irascibility, harshness, rudeness.

d) the expression of negative feelings both through the form (shout, screech, quarrel) and through the content of verbal responses (threats, curses, swearing);

7. Parents in which of the following dysfunctional families are characterized by the constant use of obscene expressions, including in the presence of children?

a) conflict; c) pedagogically incompetent;

b) immoral; d) antisocial.

8. Which of the following is not a sign of a hyperactive child?

a) the child often does not pay attention to details, makes ridiculous mistakes when performing tasks;

b) the child cannot concentrate on a task or on a game that requires prolonged attention;

c) the child constantly snaps, uses profanity;

d) the child is often unassembled, disorganized.

9. In which families are parents not only indifferent, but also rude, disrespectful towards their children?

a) conflict; c) with an unfavorable emotional atmosphere;

b) immoral; d) antisocial.

10. Chaotic upbringing due to parental disagreement occurs in … families.

a) conflict; c) pedagogically incompetent;

b) immoral; d) antisocial

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