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Child Development L3 part II

Please read questions carefully. On completion you should enter the Quiz title and your results in your E-track journal {or upload a screen dump of your results page}

1. Another name for a newborn baby is:
Situational referencing, Learned referencing, Perceptual referencing, Social referencing,
2. Babies will imitate actions they see when Mothers show joy or interest because of:
Social learning, Classical conditioning, Assimilation, Accomodation,
3. Babies who do not hear normal speech during their first year may have impaired language abilities becasue of:
Babbling, Cooing, Telegraphic speech, Crying,
4. Environmental factors that shape development include all the following except:
Other children, Adults acting as tutors, Neither adults nor children acting as tutors prepare quiz , Both adults and children acting as tutors,
5. According to _________, all children pass through a series of distinct stages in their intellectual development.
Piaget, Bloom, Watson, Harlow,
6. A child is left with a sitter, when the mother returns the child ignores her. This behaviour indicates a[n] _______________ attachment.
Preoperational, Concrete operational, Period of formal operations class web page , Sensorimotor satge,
7. A child is playing with a stick. He/she is waving the stick in the air and making areoplane noises. You take the stick and push it along the ground making car noises. Angrily, the child takes the stick back saying %22No, it%27s a plane%22. The child appears to be in which of Piaget%27s stages?
A child stands holding furniture before he/she crawls, A child walks when led before he/she stands alone, A child sits alone before he/she stands holding furniture, A child sits when supported before he/she hold his/her chest up,
8. If an infant is startled by a lound sound, it makes movements similar to an embrace. This is called a __________ reflex.
The human genome sequence, The language sensitive period, The period of motor primacy, Genetic abnormalitites,
9. Telegraphic speech refers to:
The quality of learning, Intellegence, Quality of nutrition, Culture,
10. Vygotsky%27s social cultural theory suggests that a child%27s most important discoveries are guided by:
Securely attached, Secure - avoidance activity , Insecure - avoidance, Insecure - ambivalent,
11. According to Noam Chomsky, day-old infants dance to speech due to:
The primacy effect, Mother - infant attachment, Social learning, Innate factors,
12. The repetition by infants of meaningless language sounds (including both vowel and consonant sounds) is called:
Clarity, Freedom form egocentricity, Conservation, Reversability,
13. A child has learned to get his/her own way with a younger sibbling by using physical intimidation. If he/she uses the the same tactics on peers this demonstrates:
The Moro and rooting reflexes, The rooting and sucking reflexes, The Moro and sucking reflexes, The Babinski and orientation reflexes,
14. Which pattern of development would surprise you most?
Extension, Expansion, Prompting, Parentese,
15. Studies of visual perception indicate that:
The language, personality and emotions of children and adolescents., The stages of life and important tasks of each stage., Progressive stages in behaviour and abilities from conception to death., The role of maturation in the unfolding of human potential,
16. Using existing patterns of behaviour in new situations is called:
Newborn babies prefer simple petterns over complex ones., Babies make little use of of visual sense before the age of 6 months quiz builder , Infants prefer faces to coloured ovals, Infants prefer unfamiliar faces to familiar faces,
17. A child knows that when you mix yellow paint with blue paint, you get green paint. When you ask the child what colour you get if you mix blue with yellow he/she does not know. This thinking lacks:
Assimilation, Adaptation, Accomodation, Conversion,
18. A two-year old says %22Water go%22, to which the parent responds %22yes, the water goes down the drain%22. The parent is using the strategy of:
Embryo, Neonate help students assimilate material , Zygote, Fetus,
19. Development psychology is the study of:
The single-word stage of language development, The continuous outpouring of repeated sounds, Words that communicate only part of an idea, Simple two-word sentences characteristic of early speech,