Child Development 3

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1.  Tripp pretends to drink from a toy cup. Trippi's sister, Anna takes the same cup and tells Tripp "This is a hat" Tripp refuses to place the cup on his hand to pretend that it is a hat. Tripp is probably
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2.  Four year old Marly is playing with her toy cars. She favors the blue car, but pays with the green car for at least a few minutes. She says "i dont want the green one to get lonely." this is an example of
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3.  During a ________ task, a four year old marissa is asked whether there are more oranges or fruits in a group of two apples, one banana, and three oranges. She will most likely say ________.
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4.  Which of the following children is most likely to express disbelief in the Tooth Fairy
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5.  In Dino's preschool classroom, teachers evaluate each child's educational progress in relation to his or her previous development, rather than on the basis of normative standards, or average performance of same-age peers. This preschool emphasizes the Piagtetian principle of
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6.  As Sunni plays, she says: "Where's the cup? I want the cup. Oh, there it is. Now, I need the spoon.." Sunni is engaging in what researchers now call _________ speech
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7.  In Mr. Naffie's Vygotskian classroom, he guides children's learning with explanations, demostrations, and verbal prompts, tailoring his interventions to each child's zone of proximal development. This is an example of the Vygotskian principle of
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8.  Compared to Yucatec Mayan preschoolers. Western preschoolers are
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9.  After a field trip to the mueseum, Leslie asks her son, "What was the first thing we did? why weren't the trains moving? I thought that the pink airplane was really big. What did you think?" Leslie is using an _________ style to elicit her son's autobiographical memory.
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10.  Greta has just been shown two boxes-- a plain, unmarked box full of raisins and a familiar marked raisin box that is empty. Next, Greta is askd to predict where another child will look for raisins. This tasks assesses Greta's understanding of
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11.  Three year old Evan recognizes and reads the words "pizza" on a familiar sign, but think that his name is spelled "E" This demonstrates Evan's
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12.  Jay introduced a new ball to his two year old daughter, Kandi. He said, "I'm throwing the wiffle ball to you!" He then threw the new ball to Kandi. Kandi said, "Catch, wiffle, catch!" Kandi's connection of the term, "wiffle" to the bal is an example of
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13.  When moses says "My Ball is a circle" his father replies "Yes, your basketball is round, just like a circle" Moses' father's response is an example of
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14.  When Sadie says "I goed to the store" her mother replies, "yes, you went to the store." Sadie's mother's responds is an example of
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15.  According to Erikson, play
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16.  Three year old Sara says "i have three dolls. I have brown hair. I made a tall tower.." This demonstrates taht Sara is beginning to develop
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17.  Five year old Anthony and his four year old sister Angela are engaged in a typical sibling dispute over a favorite child. In order to help them gain sensitivity to their sibling's feelings, their parents should
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18.  At a parade, 3 year old Kyle puts his fingers in his ears when he hears the fire trucks coming down the street. Kyle is displaying
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19.  When three year old Kaylee spills her water after filling her glass too full, her mother says "You filled the glass very full. Next time try putting less water in the glass" Assuming that Kaylee's mother repeatedly gives this sort of feedback which of the following is most likely to be true?
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20.  Twins Jillian and Wesley 11 months old play near each other with similar materials. However they do not try to direct each other's activities. They are engaged in _______ play
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21.  Shelby and Sharon are four years old and are best friensd. They probably
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22.  Most theories agree that
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23.  Three year old Connor is asked to choose the child who is the "most wrong" which child is Connor the most likely to choose?
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24.  To sit next to her mother at a restaurant, Diana pushes her little brother Mark out of the way. This is an example of __________ aggression
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25.  Research on biological influences on gender typing reveals that
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26.  Kevin's parents make few or no demands. They permit Kevin to make many decisions before he is ready. Kevin's parents have a(n) __________ style of child rearing.
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27.  A child who believes that all firefighters are boys
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28.  Which of the following is supported by research on child abuse?
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29.  Which of the following is true about the judicial system and child maltreatment
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30.  Seal is getting ready to start first grade. During the school years, his parents can expect him to add about ______ inches in height and _______ pounds in weight each year
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31.  Joey and Rachel are approaching adolescence. At this time, they are likely to grow out of their __________ more quickly than their __________.
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32.  Milo's neurotransmitters are not present in appropriate balances. He has begun to experience seizures and loss of motor control. Milo may suffer from
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33.  Eating an eveing meal with parents leads to a diet
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34.  Willemina's mom is concerned that she is not eating a well balanced diet. One solution is to
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35.  Which of the following children is most likely to have myopia?
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36.  Mikkah is 8 year olds, and experiences nocturnal enuresis. His parents have decided against any type of treatment, feeling that he will "outgrow it" his parents should know that
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37.  Which of the following is true about childhood injuries?
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38.  As Bree gets older, how will her batting abilities change?
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39.  Boys have an edge over girls in
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40.  Compared with past generations, school-age children today spend more time
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41.  Which of the following is true about school recess?
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42.  Mr. Carter's physical education class should emphasize
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44.  Maurice and Samson occansionally wrestle, roll, hit, and run after one another, alternating roles while smiling and laughing. Maurice and Samson are engaged in ________ play.
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45.  Gains in ______ permit the transition to rule-oriented games
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46.  Eight year old Daniel focuses on several aspects of a problem and relates them rather than centering on just one. Daniel is capable of
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47.  Camilla, age 5 often uses an empiricial approach instead of a logical approach to solve problems. After failing at a class inclusion task at school, her teacher provided a logical explanation for solving the problem correctly. Based on recent studies, Camilla's future performance on this task should
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48.  Ten year old Annabelle has improved her ability to control internal and external distracting stimuli. Annabelle has made gains in
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49.  Ten year old Gemma is presented with a stream of numbers on a computer screen. She is asked to press a button when the two digit sequence of a "5" followed by at "7" appears. gemma's __________ attention is being tested
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50.  Aili is aware that she should attend closely to her teacher's directions, group items when memorizing, and reread a complicated paragraph to make sure she understands it, but she does not always engage in these activities. Aili is not yet good at
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51.  Mrs. Markie a first grade teacher believes that from the beginning children should be exposed to text in its complete form so that they can apprecaite the communicative function of written language. Mrs. Markie takes a _______ approach to teaching reading.
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52.  Noah thinks more skillfully than others when faced with novelty. Given a new task, Noah applies his information processing skills in exceptionally effective ways, rapidly making these skills automatic so that working memory is freed for more complex aspects of the situation. According to Sternberg's theory, Norha's strengths lie in _______ intelligence
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53.  The most powerful evidence on the role of heredity in IQ involves
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54.  Javier's father works togeher with him in a coordinated, fluid way. Each focuses on the same aspect of a problem. Javier's father prefers a(n) _________ style of communication
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55.  When asked to define "bicycle" Emi said, "iIts got wheels, a chain and handlebars". Emi is probably
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56.  Miguel is bilingual. He sometimes speaks sentences in English that contain one or more Spanish words without violating the grammar of either language. Miguel engages is
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57.  Six year old Hector is about to start formal schooling. Hector's family life has not prepared him for school life.
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58.  Which of the following children is most likely to compare himself to just one other person and use that information as a basis for self evaluation
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59.  In which of the following scenarios is Henry, age 9 the most likely to experience guilt?
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60.  Helena understands that different perspectives may result because people have access to different information. Helena is at the stage of ______ perspective taking.
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61.  In middle childhood, children realize that people's ________ and __________ affec the moral implications of violating a social convention
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62.  Which of the following is most likely true about 8 year old Aja?
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63.  Charles received few positive and many negative votes on peer acceptance self report from the children in his class. How would Charles be classified.
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64.  Jacob and Sarah are asked to rate the status of traditionally masculine and traditionally feminine occupantions. Which of the following is most likely to be true?
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65.  Differential treatment of siblings increases when
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66.  Lily's parents are gay. Research shows that she is likely to
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67.  Franca, age 11 recently started contradicting and disagreeing with her parents. She is self conscious and often geos to her room and closes the door. Franca is a head taller and several pounds heavier than most girls in her sixth grade class. Franca has probably
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68.  Which of the following is true about sex hormones
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69.  Gemma eats very little. She is likely to experience puberty
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70.  Sleep rebound on weekends
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71.  Janelle, a teenager is chronically tired but she appears to be growing normally. She should have a medical checkup because she might be suffering from
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72.  Girls who develop anorexia nervosa typically have
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73.  Which of the following adolescents is most likely to have parents with a permissive attitude about sex?
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74.  When Monica's parents sit down to talk to her about sex, she laughs an tells them they are too late. She assures them that she already knows everything she needs to know. Chances are high that
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75.  Suzanne responded to her daughter's coming out positively. She is understanding tand accpeting of the teenager's same sex relationship. However, Suzanne is concerned about her daughter's self-acceptance. Suzanne should know that
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76.  An experimenter hides a poker chip in her hand and asks children to indicate whether the following statement is false, true or uncertain; "Either the chip in my hand is green or it is not green." A concrete operational child will say the statement is ________. A formal operational adolescent will say the statement is _________.
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77.  Twelve year old Alicia hears the following "A spoon is something that can be used to stir. Suppose something is not a spoon. Can it be used to stir?" Alicia will
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78.  Cristina feels that she is a fairly objective person, but she knows there are times when her opinions are completely biased and fail to take into account factual evidence. In all likelihood, Cristina
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79.  Gina has a bruise on her leg. She turned down an invitiation to a swim party explaining "I can't possibly wear a swim suit with this ugly bruise. Everyone will notice how ugly I look!" Gina's response reveals that her thinking is characterized by
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80.  With regard to computer use, Angelique is more likely to ________, while Brendan is more likely to ____________.
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81.  Joshua recently switched from elementary school to middle school. He feels less academically competent and his liking for school has declined. Which of the following best explains the cause of his feelings?
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82.  Alan's elementary school has been labeled a "failing" school according to No Child Left Behind standards. Alan's parents will probably
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83.  Typically, parents of students who drop out of school
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84.  Leilani thinks that she wants to be an actress or a ballerina when she grows up. Her brother Reilly wants to be a football player or a motorcycle racer. Leilani and Reilly are currently in the _________ period of vocational development
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85.  American high school students who work many hours a week and hold a heavy commitment to their job
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86.  High school work-study programs are related to
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87.  Jos age 16 thinks "What am I really like?" Who will I become?" These remarks
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88.  As Milee transitions from childhood to adolescence she will likely add several new dimensions of self evaluations
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89.  After high school, Tom entered college while his brother Jay went to work. Which of the following is true?
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90.  IN response to the Heinz dilemma, Mara explains, "Heinz ought to steal the drug. Obeying the law in this case goes against the reason for which the law was originally created. THe law should be reinterpreted to take account of Heinz's right to save his wife's life." Mara is in which of Kohlberg's stages?
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91.  As a teenage, John shows higher stage thinking on Kohlberg's dilemmas. Compared with his peers, John is likely to
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92.  As Juanita tries to develop a separate sense of self, she tries to rely less on her parents and more on herself. Juanita is striving for
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93.  The __________ child rearing style is most effective in supporting cognitive and social development in adolescence.
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94.  Mr and Mrs Green are financially secure and have careers that do not introduce a lot of stress into their lives. When dealing with their teenage son, the Greens will probably
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95.  Teenagers in the United States spend more time together outside the classroom than teenagers in Europe or East Asia. The difference is probably due to
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96.  Of the following, who is MOST likely to have other sex friends?
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97.  The short duration of high school romances is probably
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98.  Lydia says "I hate my life and I just want to die Besides, everyone would be better off without me. --- better if I had never been born" You should
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