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CHFD 350 CHFD/350 CHFD350 Final Exam (APUS)

The universally accepted definition of evaluation is
What type of evaluation is concerned with the end results of a program?
_____________ are often exemplified by changes in behavior as a result of the new knowledge, skill, or attitude.
The journal OB_GYN initially banned this/these researcher(s) for life during the preliminary stages of research.
Hickman-Brown Research found there is great support for including a strong abstinence discussion in public school sex education programs.
Kirby found that many programs with strong research designs ________ persuade teens to delay sexual intercourse, reduce its frequency, and increase condom and/or contraceptive use.
Only ____ % of teen mothers complete high school.
Knowledge, motivation, and self-efficacy are key steps in which theoretical framework?
The act of "action with reflection" can be seen in
Persons with disabilities are often viewed as nonsexual beings by professionals, peers, and parents.
Service programs typically combine education with access to
A review of research by Miller (1998) stressed the value of ___________ in the programs designed to teach sex education.
Since 1960, the number of unmarried, adult couples of the opposite sex who are cohabitating has
According to Stahmann and Salts, which of the following is not one of the four approaches used to educate people for marriage?
Young people today want successful marriages and are increasingly optimistic about their chances of achieving that goal.
_________ learning is based upon the assumption that people learn best by doing and these models are used extensively in relationship and marriage education programs.
The best format for premarital programs is
Parent education in the United States has some of its earliest roots in
Parent education approaches are presented in a variety of formats. The ______ mode refers to education carried out through the print media.
A majority of American adults believe it is harder to raise children today than it used to be.
Which of the following is not a common theory influencing parent education?
Babies learn to trust others to meet their needs in what stage?
Which role in the education process tends to come loaded with material, handouts, and a very set agenda?
Apgar, Riley, Eaton, and Diskin recommend a ____ step design for programs in the work setting.
When working to establish a collaborative program of any kind with schools, cooperation is greatest when the school decides they want the program.

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