Nineteen-year-old Chad is serving a 2-year mission in Nicaragua for his church. When he returns home, he will decide whether to attend college and will make decisions about career and family. Amy's current status is identity _____.

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Most drug use begins _____.as social use
Many adolescent romances _____.do not include coitus
Inhalants, which are used more by the youngest adolescents to get high, include _____.aerosols
In the United States, parent-child conflict is most common when children are in _____.early adolescence
In general, as children experience puberty, their self-esteem _____.declines
Heavy drinking impairs memory and self-control by _____.damaging the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex
Yanet finds that she often thinks about killing herself. This is called _____.Suicide ideation
Anne is about to become an adolescent mother. Based on recent research, she and her child will better handle the situation if Eva's parents _____.are supportive, but do not assume complete care for her child
Brandon readily adopted his parents' political beliefs without question. Happy and secure, he enjoys participating in political events with his parents. His identity status reflects _____.foreclosure
Samantha broke up with her boyfriend after a fight. She has spent the last week repeatedly going over the fight in her mind, which has caused her to sink into depression. Her continual reliving of the fight is known as _____.rumination
Bickering between parents and adolescents is most likely to _____.concern personal habits and dress
At age 17, Tyrone aspired to become a serious musician. His group of friends began to change as he grew closer to students with deep musical interests, and he drifted away from other friends who were more engaged in sports. This illustrates peer _____.selection
A strategy to increase student motivation in middle schools is to encourage a belief in _____.students' ability to master whatever they seek to learn
Pete was an early-maturing boy in the 1930s. Pete would have been predicted to _____.be a school leader as an adolescent
All Christians believe in the Bible, and Jonathan is a Christian therefore Jonathan believes in the Bible. This is an example of _____.deductive reasoning
Kimberley, who is 14 years old, is attending her first swim team practice. She is very sensitive to the facial expressions, body language, communication styles, and other social cues of her new teammates. Kimberley's sensitivity to these social cues is aided by her adolescent _____.egocentrism
Body chemicals that regulate sleep, moods, hunger, and stress are called _____.hormones
Family conflict and stress _____.

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Timothy, age 11, noticed that he has some pubic hair. According to the usual sequence of puberty, his next pubertal event will probably be _____.penis growth
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