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Early Childhood Physical, Social & Mental Development Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. A child has few opportunities to interact with other students outside their family and so they have not learned appropriate ways to express their feelings. This is an example of the impact of social development on which of the following developmental domains?

Question 2 2. A child who was born nonverbal struggles to articulate themselves and express their needs to others, so they are extremely shy and have trouble making friends. This is an example of the impact of language development on which of the following developmental domains?

Question 3 3. A child is born with a hearing disability and was delayed in learning to speak. This is an example of the impact of physical development on which of the following developmental domains?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is NOT a type of human development?

Question 5 5. Why is physical development important for babies and toddlers?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is NOT a strategy older adults can use to delay a slowdown in their cognitive development?

Question 7 7. Albert Bandura is famous for his contributions to the _____ perspective of educational psychology.

Question 8 8. Which educational perspective proposes that the responsibility of learning falls on the learner rather than the teacher?

Question 9 9. B.F. Skinner is best known for his contributions to the _____ perspective of educational psychology.

Question 10 10. Hormones that impact a child's behavior are considered _____ factors, while influences such as peers and parents are considered _____ factors.

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Question 11 11. Self-constructed beliefs regarding specific traits and behaviors of males and females are referred to as _____.

Question 12 12. _____ refers to traits that are biological or inherited.

Question 13 13. The component of language that involves two parts, syntax and morphology is known as _____ development.

Question 14 14. Which theory places the most emphasis on social interaction in the development of language?

Question 15 15. Who proposed that children are born with a language acquisition device?

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Question 16 16. Sam's younger brother stops crying when he hears a specific nursery rhyme. As a child, Sam plays the song often for his little brother. As an adult, Sam tries to play the same song for his young daughter when she is crying. Sam's behavior is an example of learning because:

Question 17 17. Which of the following statement about growth is FALSE?

Question 18 18. The process of change that all humans experience is called:

Question 19 19. Moral development focuses on _____.

Question 20 20. How many stages does each level of moral development have according to Kohlberg's model?

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Question 21 21. Who developed a three-level theory of moral development with six stages?

Question 22 22. When Dr. Jones gives a lecture on inherited traits encoded into a person's DNA, she is teaching about _____.

Question 23 23. Which of the following refers to the way environment or behavior can affect a person's brain?

Question 24 24. _____ refers to the way the environment acts upon a person.

Question 25 25. Alex and Betty are the exact same age, but Alex has a learning disability. Should we expect their respective levels of cognitive development to be the same or different? Why?

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Question 26 26. According to emotional development theories, _____

Question 27 27. How are social development and emotional development different?

Question 28 28. At which stage of life do people generally start to show self-conscious tendencies?

Question 29 29. Which domain of learning refers to how we emotionally process information?

Question 30 30. Which stage of affective growth refers to the ability to actively react to emotional stimuli?

Early Childhood Physical, Social & Mental Development Chapter Exam Instructions

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