Question 1 (1 point) Parent education courses help unprepared young parents: a) Adjust to their role of parent. b) Solve financial difficulties. c) With the development of skills designed to pursue their careers d) Enhance their marital relationships. Question 2 (1 point) Filial maturity is demonstrated in the adult child’s ability to do all of the following EXCEPT: Move away from egocentrism and step toward the development of a more mature adult role. Be depended on by one’s parent/s. Reverse roles witha parent. Respond to the needs of the parent. Question 3 (1 point) When young adult children marry, everyone in the family system must adjust to new roles. Successful assimilation of new family members is made easier when: The new daughter-in-law adopts the customs and practices of the husband’s family. Boundaries between households are held rigid with in-laws not coming over unless formally invited. All members are encouraged to openly discuss their feelings and expectations and everyone remains open to change. Sons-in-law leave their mothers and fully embrace their wives’ families’ customs and rituals. Question 4 (1 point) Middle-aged parents and their adult children typically become closer when adult children experience normative transitions such as: Losing their jobs Marrying and having children Remaining financially dependent on their parents Moving back home during middle adulthood to live with their parents.