# What type of thinking is used to solve the question "What is 15 percent of 300?"?

## Fellon Asked: What type of thinking is used to solve the question "What is 15 percent of 300?"?

A. a. Introspective

B. b. Creative

C. c. Convergent

D. d. Divergent

Question 2 of 90
Most developmental psychologists hold what belief regarding testing in schools?

A. a. More testing is needed so that students can learn to work hard.

B. b. Testing takes teachers' focus away from developmental differences in their pupils.

C. c. Testing can be helpful if it focuses on divergent thought.

D. d. Different students will do well on different types of tests.

Question 3 of 90

In math class, students were required to calculate the shortest distance from New York to San Francisco when traveling by bus, plane, or ship. This project necessitated the use of __________________ thinking.

A. a. convergent

B. b. divergent

C. c. critical

D. d. creative

Question 4 of 90

After a major earthquake, experts from around the world gathered to discuss how to prevent future earthquake damage. Which type of thinking would be most useful in this situation?

A. a. Linear thinking

B. b. Divergent thinking

C. c. Convergent thinking

D. d. Conventional thinking

Question 5 of 90

Among adolescents, the most common mental disorder is

A. a. attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

B. b. depression.

C. c. anxiety.

D. d. anorexia nervosa.

Question 6 of 90

All of the following are warning signs associated with adolescent suicide EXCEPT

A. a. giving possessions away.

B. b. appetite and sleep changes.

C. c. decreased attention and activity level.

D. d. sibling disputes and rivalries.

Question 7 of 90 2.0 Points
Melvin is 17. For several months now he has been having trouble sleeping. His appetite is down, as is his activity level, and he seems easily distracted, as if he's struggling with a problem. His parents have asked, but he says nothing is wrong. Should they be concerned?

A. a. No, Melvin is just a typical teenager, somewhat moody, probably having girl trouble.

B. b. Yes, Melvin is exhibiting early warning signs of a mild depression.

C. c. No, but his father should talk to him and tell him to shape up.

D. d. Yes, Melvin is exhibiting some warning signs associated with suicidal individuals.
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Question 8 of 90 2.0 Points
Jack commits his first violent crime at the age of 11. Which of the following is likely to be true?

A. a. Jack is most likely to experience rehabilitation at an earlier age.

B. b. Jack will likely experience what is called a late-onset trajectory.

C. c. Jack is likely to have a high IQ.

D. d. Jack is likely to commit more serious crimes which will continue into adulthood.
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Question 9 of 90 2.0 Points
In the United States, the formation of new juvenile gangs typically follows an increase in

A. a. drug traffic.

B. b. newly immigrated ethnic groups.

C. c. school dropouts.

D. d. unemployment.
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Question 10 of 90 2.0 Points
Marc was drawn into a gang because he liked the security, protection, structure, and the feeling of being wanted. Marc

A. a. most likely was born with an aggressive temperament.

B. b. has parents who were also gang members in their youth.

C. c. is seeking fulfillment of normal, basic human needs.

D. d. is learning to assimilate into mainstream social structures, such as school and family.
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