Child Believe Antisocial Behavior Quiz

40 Questions | Total Attempts: 160

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It is said that our behaviors as adult human beings are shaped while we are still young. How well do you understand your child? The child believes antisocial behavior quiz below tests on this and more. All the best.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Biological factors are only part of the story of emotion. For example, Ryan's caregiver plays a role in his neurobiological regulation. By soothing Ryan when he cries and shows distress, the caregiver is helping ryan 
    • A. 

      Know that crying will not help him get attention

    • B. 

      Increase the production of the stress hormone

    • C. 

      Modulate his emotions and reduce the level of stress hormones

    • D. 

      None of these

  • 2. 
    Which of the following is not an example of emotional competence? 
    • A. 

      Awareness of ones emotional states

    • B. 

      Empathetic sensitivity to others

    • C. 

      Lacking self regulatory strategies that reduce the intensity or duration of emotional states

    • D. 

      Discerning of other's emotions

  • 3. 
    Five month old Frankie smilies whenever he hears his father singing. His behavior provides an example of ______ smiling. 
    • A. 

      Reflexive

    • B. 

      Social

    • C. 

      Basic

    • D. 

      Internal-based

  • 4. 
    Infants who are experiencing stranger anxiety will be more afraid of which of the following types of people?
    • A. 

      Cheerful

    • B. 

      Smiling

    • C. 

      Unsmiling

    • D. 

      Outgoing

  • 5. 
    A method of helping a child cope with extreme stress includes
    • A. 

      Reassurance

    • B. 

      Helping them forget the event

    • C. 

      Teaching denial

    • D. 

      None of these.

  • 6. 
    Research by Chess and Thomas has indicated that the temperaments of most children are 
    • A. 

      Easy

    • B. 

      Difficult

    • C. 

      Securely attached

    • D. 

      Not able to be placed in a specific category of temperament

  • 7. 
    An example of how labeling a child as difficult can cause a problem is when 
    • A. 

      A self-fulfilling prophecy takes place

    • B. 

      Parents favor a child of specific gender

    • C. 

      Siblings call the child names

    • D. 

      None of these

  • 8. 
    Why was the Harlow (1958) study with the cloth and wire surrogate mothers so important?
    • A. 

      It demonstrated that feeding was the primary drive of an infants attachment

    • B. 

      It shows that human and monkey attachment follow very different developmental courses

    • C. 

      It shows that the type of contact infants and mothers had was more critical for attachment formation than feeding

    • D. 

      It shows that there is no instinctive drive to form an attachment

  • 9. 
    _______ is evidenced when infants use the caregiver, usually the parent, as a secure base from which to explore the environment 
    • A. 

      Insecure attachment

    • B. 

      Secure attachment

    • C. 

      Fearful temperament

    • D. 

      Individual differences

  • 10. 
    The mirror technique is used to test infants'
    • A. 

      Self awareness

    • B. 

      Perspective taking

    • C. 

      Visual self recognition

    • D. 

      Self esteem

  • 11. 
    Adolescents are more likely than children to describe themselves with 
    • A. 

      Concrete examples

    • B. 

      Non idealistic examples

    • C. 

      Abstract and idealistic labels

    • D. 

      None of these

  • 12. 
    Children exhibiting high levels of perspective taking have been found to 
    • A. 

      Increase self understanding

    • B. 

      Improve peer group status

    • C. 

      Improve quality of relationships

    • D. 

      All of these.

  • 13. 
    In research on boys' self esteem, all of the following parenting attributed were associated with boys' high self esteem, except 
    • A. 

      Harmony in the home

    • B. 

      Strict discipline

    • C. 

      Setting clear and fair rules

    • D. 

      Expression of affection

  • 14. 
    The most important changes in emotional development in early childhood include an increase ability to 
    • A. 

      Control motivation

    • B. 

      Hide emotions

    • C. 

      Talk about emotions and understand it better

    • D. 

      Tell other children what they are doing wrong

  • 15. 
    Gina encourages her daughter to identify and value areas in which she is competent, such as playing piano and swimming, because Gina knows that this will enhance her daughters 
    • A. 

      Self esteem

    • B. 

      Self concept

    • C. 

      Self awareness

    • D. 

      Perspective taking

  • 16. 
    Erik Erikson argues that the central issue in adolescence is 
    • A. 

      Competence

    • B. 

      Identity

    • C. 

      Gender-role development

    • D. 

      Self-efficacy

  • 17. 
    College sophomore Brandi has made several appointments with her advisor to discuss whether she should continue to major in psychology or switch to art. When talking with her advisor, she says, "I like the interpersonal aspect of psychology, but I enjoy the creativity of art." According to James Marcia, Brandi is best thought of as 
    • A. 

      Being in crisis

    • B. 

      Demonstrating connectedness

    • C. 

      Exhibiting trust vs. mistrust

    • D. 

      Being psychologically abstract

  • 18. 
    Catherine Cooper has proposed that optimal identity development occurs in a family atmosphere that promotes 
    • A. 

      Individuality and connectedness

    • B. 

      Self esteem and efficacy

    • C. 

      Crisis and commitment

    • D. 

      Moratorium and foreclosure

  • 19. 
    Domain-specific evaluations of the self are referred to as 
    • A. 

      Self esteem

    • B. 

      Self concept

    • C. 

      Self awareness

    • D. 

      Self understanding

  • 20. 
    Seven year old Abbey's reference to herself as Jewish and a Brownie scout provides an example of the ______ aspect of self, which emerges in elementary years
    • A. 

      Cognitive

    • B. 

      Personal

    • C. 

      Social

    • D. 

      Recognition

  • 21. 
    both estrogens and androgens are present
    • A. 

      In both males and females in different concentrations

    • B. 

      Only in males

    • C. 

      Only in females

    • D. 

      In both males and females at the exact same concentrations

  • 22. 
    While visiting a foreign country, James notices that it appears socially appropriate for females to always begin a conversation and for males to always have the last word. This discovery gives insight into the culture's 
    • A. 

      Sex differences

    • B. 

      Gender identity

    • C. 

      Value system

    • D. 

      Gender roles

  • 23. 
    Which of the following is not emphasized in the social cognitive theory of gender? 
    • A. 

      Sexual attraction to the opposite sex parent occurs around age 5

    • B. 

      Observation and imitation of gender behavior occurs

    • C. 

      Children are rewarded for gender-appropriate behavior

    • D. 

      Children are punished for gender-inappropriate behavior

  • 24. 
    In terms of parental and family influences, when does the family start treating the child like a boy or a girl?
    • A. 

      At birth

    • B. 

      Around 6 months old

    • C. 

      Around 1 year old

    • D. 

      Around 2 years old

  • 25. 
    Walcott is a professional bar bouncer who is described by his coworkers as being independent and aggressive. Walcott is also a caring and nurturing husband and father. Walcott could be said to 
    • A. 

      Be androgynous

    • B. 

      Have a poor gender identity

    • C. 

      Be sexually indifferent

    • D. 

      Need to work on his expressive traits

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