Cognitive, Social & Emotional Development Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. When Paul was in college, he was exposed to and interacted with a diverse group of people. Because of this, he developed a more tolerant and realistic attitude of those whose opinions and values differ from his own. Paul's ability to synthesize opposing viewpoints is called:

Question 2 2. How does egocentrism evolve through the stages of development?

Question 3 3. Josh is 3.5 years old. He realizes that he is a male, but he plays with dolls and other 'girl toys' once in a while. Josh is at which stage of Kohlberg's cognitive developmental theory?

Question 4 4. Why is it important that a child passes a rouge test for the first time?

Question 5 5. How long does puberty generally last?

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Question 6 6. Trent is six months old. When his grandmother saw him last month, he was just starting to roll over. Now Trent can crawl. Which of the following is the BEST reason for why Trent has learned so much in such a short time?

Question 7 7. What is the correct definition of self-esteem?

Question 8 8. The process of growth and change that all humans go through is called _____.

Question 9 9. Which of the following is an example of addressing a child's abilities in order to heighten self-esteem?

Question 10 10. Identify the two factors that contribute to a child's brain development in the first two years of their life.

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Question 11 11. What is reversibility?

Question 12 12. The two processes that allow children's brains to learn more in less time and become overall more functional during early childhood are _____ and _____.

Question 13 13. Why do adolescents go through puberty?

Question 14 14. How is self-esteem related to social development?

Question 15 15. Learning how to do multiplication is an example of _____.

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Question 16 16. The study of how people's thoughts, behaviors, emotions, and relationships change as they grow is referred to as _____.

Question 17 17. Some studies have shown that the changes in grey and white matter in _____ happen faster than they do in _____.

Question 18 18. Which of the following occurs during the preoperational stage of development?

Question 19 19. Which person's self image is an example of congruence?

Question 20 20. Compared to an adolescent, an adult's self concept is _____.

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Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT a physical change that occurs during early childhood?

Question 22 22. William Damon's research supported Kohlberg's proposal that children who are in the gender consistency stage are also _____.

Question 23 23. A child's self-esteem is affected by all of the following factors, EXCEPT:

Question 24 24. Which of the following is NOT an example of a health habit?

Question 25 25. All of the following are ways parents can positively work with a baby with an active or feisty temperament, EXCEPT:

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Question 26 26. What is another term for middle childhood?

Question 27 27. Which of the following changes are common during adolescence:

Question 28 28. According to Rogers, self concept _____.

Question 29 29. Why is an increase in balance so important to a child's physical development in early childhood?

Question 30 30. What stage of child development would a one-year-old fall into?

Cognitive, Social & Emotional Development Chapter Exam Instructions

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