The Development of Infants & Toddlers Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why do babies mirror the activities of the people around them?

Question 2 2. 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 3 3. What can you do to help toddlers understand how to use the bathroom?

Question 4 4. What nutritional concept is an appropriate one to teach toddlers?

Question 5 5. 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?

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Question 6 6. Maria is nine months old. Her mother is feeding her new types of food. Maria's mother feeds her a spoonful of peas. Maria makes a face, and spits them back out. Which of the following parts of her brain caused Maria to spit out the peas?

Question 7 7. Which of the following statements about child-directed speech is FALSE?

Question 8 8. 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?

Question 9 9. Infants' nutritional needs are met completely through breast milk or an iron-fortified infant formula until what age?

Question 10 10. Toddlers need less food because?

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Question 11 11. 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?

Question 12 12. At what age do babies realize they are different from other people?

Question 13 13. What is an example of a fine motor skill?

Question 14 14. How does the growth of the child affect motor development?

Question 15 15. Which baby displays an active or feisty temperament?

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Question 16 16. Why is it important that a child passes a rouge test for the first time?

Question 17 17. Fine motor skills, as opposed to gross motor skills, have to do with:

Question 18 18. When it comes to fine motor skills, the focus tends to be on:

Question 19 19. When he was one month old, Henry's behavior consisted of many reflexes. What substage of cognitive development was he in?

Question 20 20. A friend tells you that her infant daughter often repeats reflexive behavior because she likes the outcome. What substage of cognitive development is your friend's daughter in?

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Question 21 21. Betty's baby has a very low reactivity to certain stimuli. According to Kagan's research, which of the following is true?

Question 22 22. Greg's baby, Trisha, reacts to stimuli by remaining calm and cool. Which of the following would best describe Trisha?

Question 23 23. The part of the self that is spontaneous, self-centered, and creative is the:

Question 24 24. What is usually the age range in a toddler classroom?

Question 25 25. The sensory cortex is responsible for which of the following?

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Question 26 26. Language development is the process in which a child learns to _____.

Question 27 27. Which foods are not safe to give infants after 6 months of age?

Question 28 28. Guilt and pride are examples of _____ emotions.

Question 29 29. How does gender affect motor development?

Question 30 30. What is the earliest form of self awareness in infancy?

The Development of Infants & Toddlers Chapter Exam Instructions

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