# Chapter 2 - Module 1

22 Questions

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• 1.
By the end of the second year, the average child is ________ feet tall.
• 2.
By the end of its second year, the average child weighs ________ times its birth weight.
• 3.
By age 5 months, what is the average infant's birth weight?
• A.

5 pounds

• B.

25 pounds

• C.

10 pounds

• D.

14 pounds

• E.

15 pounds

• 4.
_____________ states that development proceeds from the center of the body outward.
• A.

Cephalocaudal Principle

• B.

Principle of Hierarchical Integration

• C.

Principle of Independence of Systems

• D.

Proximodistal Principle

• 5.
By age 1, the infant's birth weight has ____________ to approximately _______ pounds.
• A.

• B.

Tripled; 22

• C.

Doubled; 15

• D.

Tripled; 30

• 6.
_____________ states that growth follows a pattern that begins with the head and upper body parts and then proceeds to the rest of the body.
• A.

Cephalocaudal Principle

• B.

Principle of Hierarchical Integration

• C.

Principle of Independence of Systems

• D.

Proximodistal Principle

• 7.
___________ states that simple skills typically develop separately and independently but are later integrated into more complex skills.
• A.

Cephalocaudal Principle

• B.

Principle of Hierarchical Integration

• C.

Principle of Independence of Systems

• D.

Proximodistal Principle

• 8.
By age 1, the average baby stands ______ inches tall, an increase from birth of about 1 foot.
• A.

30

• B.

20

• C.

15

• D.

45

• 9.
At birth, the child's head is approximately ______________ the size of the body. By adulthood, it is ____________  the size of the body.
• A.

One-fouth / one-eighth

• B.

One-half / one-fourth

• C.

One-fifth / three-fourth

• D.

Three-fourth / one-eighth

• 10.
What are the 4 major principles that govern growth?
• 11.
________ suggests that different body systems grow at different rates.
• A.

Cephalocaudal Principle

• B.

Principle of Hierarchical Integration

• C.

Principle of Independence of Systems

• D.

Proximodistal Principle

• 12.
On average, newborns sleep ________ hours daily.
• A.

5-10

• B.

6-9

• C.

12-15

• D.

16-17

• 13.
Behavior becomes integrated through the development of various body ___________.
• 14.
An infant's state includes various levels of wakeful behavior and various levels of sleep.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 15.
Experts recommend infants be breast-fed for 6-12 months.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
The major state occupying the infant is __________.
• 17.
One of the major body rhythms is an infants ___________, which is the degree of awareness it displays to both internal and external stimulation.
• 18.
By the end of the ___________ year, most infants are sleeping through the night.
• A.

Third

• B.

Second

• C.

First

• D.

Fourth

• 19.
Most babies can begin to eat solid foods at about _______ months.
• A.

2-3

• B.

3-5

• C.

4-6

• D.

5-8

• 20.
__________ is a disorder and the leading cause of death in children under 1, affecting over 7,000 children in the U.S. annually.
• 21.
US rates for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome have dropped ________% since 1992.
• A.

25

• B.

35

• C.

38

• D.

42

• 22.
Gross Motor Skills appear first and fine motor skills appear later.
• A.

True

• B.

False

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