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Factors Affecting Childhood Development Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. A child should be able to roll over on his own by what age?

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Question 2 2. All of the following are developmental milestones, except:

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Question 3 3. A child should be able to crawl on his own by what age?

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Question 4 4. Which of the following does socioeconomic status impact during early childhood development?

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Question 5 5. Which of the following types of development is NOT impacted by socioeconomic status?

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Question 6 6. What is one of the biggest emotional blocks to proper emotional development in lower socioeconomic status children?

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Question 7 7. Esteban is a native Spanish speaker who speaks only in Spanish with his mother and only in English with his father. He practices reading and writing in both languages and is becoming fluently bilingual. This is an example of the effect of cultural identity on child development in which of the following domains?

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Question 8 8. Daniel's family places a high value on music, so he has grown up learning how to play instruments and read notes. As a result, he tends to score well above average on assessments measuring math and visual spatial reasoning. This is an example of the effect of cultural identity on child development in which of the following domains?

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Question 9 9. Hannah is very shy at preschool, but at her Sunday school she knows that she has things in common with the other kids to talk about, so she is able to make friends with other kids her own age. This is an example of the effect of cultural identity on child development in which of the following domains?

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Question 10 10. Resilience in children tends to be particularly high regarding _____ issues.

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Question 11 11. Studies indicate that children whose parents were substance abusers _____ on standardized tests.

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Question 12 12. Which of the following is NOT a type of development humans experience?

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Question 13 13. A social norm is described as _____.

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Question 14 14. How do adolescents and adults view social norms?

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Question 15 15. Which of the following can be a consequence of social norms?

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Question 16 16. In an abusive household, a parent may interpret a baby's cry as:

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Question 17 17. Which of the following is a characteristic of child abusers?

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Question 18 18. Sarah watched another child fall on the playground and start crying. She showed no emotion or empathy toward this child. What could this indicate?

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Question 19 19. A child has strong attachments to relatives at home, which facilitates healthy development and reduces the risk of mental health issues later on. This scenario describes which of the following types of environmental impacts on a child's development?

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Question 20 20. One child has a preventable condition that is not covered by medical insurance. Another child is regularly hungry and nutrient deprived. Yet another has a mild cognitive condition resulting in a learning disability, but the best school charges tuition. These scenarios describe which of the following types of environmental impacts on a child's development?

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Question 21 21. A child has limited opportunities for interaction with peers in a structured setting. Sometimes the child goes to a birthday party or has a playdate. This scenario describes which of the following types of environmental impacts on a child's development?

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Question 22 22. Dan has been suffering from multiple sclerosis for almost twenty years. His symptoms include double vision and weakness. This limits his ability to function normally. How would Dan's disease be classified?

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Question 23 23. Which of the following is true of a physical disability?

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Question 24 24. A type of health condition that results in limited mobility, speech, vision, or hearing is referred to as _____.

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Question 25 25. A child can distinguish between what's make-believe and real by age:

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Question 26 26. _____ is the social and financial status of an individual in society.

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Question 27 27. Benny and his family are vegetarians, so he has specific dietary needs and struggles to gain weight. This is an example of the effect of cultural identity on child development in which of the following domains?

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Question 28 28. Divorce can be tough on young children because _____.

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Question 29 29. Which of the following is NOT an example of a social norm?

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Question 30 30. Jan holds a negative internal working model of herself and others; therefore, she likely believes:

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Factors Affecting Childhood Development Chapter Exam Instructions

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