Psychosocial and Cognitive Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How are expressive language and receptive language different?

Question 2 2. Which of the following statements about child-directed speech is FALSE?

Question 3 3. Why do children placed in day care get sick more often?

Question 4 4. Why do babies self-soothe?

Question 5 5. The process of taking sensory input and translating it into understanding of the world is called:

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Question 6 6. Eighteen-month-old Wally witnesses his older brother place a school permission slip in a kitchen drawer and assumes others know where it has been placed. Later, when Wally sees his father looking for the permission slip, Wally says, 'I like ice cream, that not there.' Which type of speech does this describe?

Question 7 7. Which of the following likely contribute to infant amnesia?

Question 8 8. An outgoing, daring adult is:

Question 9 9. Aidan finds a hose outside, and pretends to be a fireman for the first time. What stage of self is Aidan likely in?

Question 10 10. When a child pays attention to a stimulus again after something is changed, it is called:

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Question 11 11. Sarah watched another child fall on the playground and start crying. She showed no emotion or empathy toward this child. What could this indicate?

Question 12 12. How does the stage of generalized other differ from the imitation stage?

Question 13 13. Language development is the process in which a child learns to _____.

Question 14 14. Social opportunities of day care are for:

Question 15 15. Two-year-old Caroline wakes up from her nap and repeatedly says, 'go park', which her mother interprets as a desire to play at the park. This an example of which type of speech?

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Question 16 16. Why is the Cattell Infant Intelligence Scale used on children?

Question 17 17. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of day care?

Question 18 18. The part of the self that is spontaneous, self-centered, and creative is the:

Question 19 19. A baby who reacts to stimuli by flailing her arms and legs and crying has:

Question 20 20. A baby looks around the room and notices that everyone is laughing. She then laughs, too. This is an example of which of the following?

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Question 21 21. Georgie lives next to a firehouse. At first, every time he sees lights or hears a siren, he jumps. But after a while, he blocks it out and doesn't even notice when the lights and sirens are going. This is an example of:

Question 22 22. Behavioral and emotional traits that shape how people deal with the world is known as which of the following?

Question 23 23. Guilt and pride are examples of _____ emotions.

Question 24 24. Leo is in the two-word period of linguistic development. He's able to say short phrases like 'play dog' and 'food mommy'. What likely age is Leo?

Question 25 25. Two-year-old Paulo understands that a photo of an apple is not the same thing as an actual apple. Which substage of development is this?

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Question 26 26. Betty's baby has a very low reactivity to certain stimuli. According to Kagan's research, which of the following is true?

Question 27 27. Which of the following refers to an understanding that something or someone continues to exist even when the child can't see it?

Question 28 28. Jill is about to enter a subway station late at night. She notices that no one's watching the turnstile, but she decides to pay as she enters regardless. What part of the self likely drove this decision?

Question 29 29. At what age do babies realize they are different from other people?

Question 30 30. Skylar is a shy, withdrawn adult. Which of the following would best define Skylar?

Psychosocial and Cognitive Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood Chapter Exam Instructions

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