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Question;Question 1;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;The average newborn weighs 9 pounds.;Select one;True;False;Question 2;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Crib death is another name for SIDS.;Select one;True;False;Question 3;Complete;Mark 5.00 out of 20.00;Flag question;Question text;Des and Molly have a 3-year-old son named Howard. After;struggling with Howard's "terrible twos," Des and Molly are;questioning their abilities to provide Howard with a program of consistent;discipline. The parents of both Des and Molly were authoritarian and strict;but Des and Molly don't want to treat their son the way that their parents;treated them. On the other hand, they feel that Howard needs some type of;limits.;What kind of Diana;Baumrind?s parenting style would best suit Des and Molly?;Describe it.;Describe 3 types;of discipline techniques that would fit with the style that you have chosen for;Des and Molly.;authoritative style;Comments;Comment;Only one out of five answered.;Question 4;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;The leading cause of death during preschool is;Select one;a. diabetes.;b. child abuse. In;c. accidents.;d. poisoning;Question 5;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;You roll a ball across the floor to a baby, and the ball;rolls out of sight behind a chair. The baby makes an active effort to search;for the ball. The baby is exhibiting;Select one;a. overextension.;b. deferred imitation.;c. object permanence.;d. stage-three behavior.;Question 6;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;When encountering an unfamiliar person, many youngsters;frown, fuss, look away, or even cry. This is called;Select one;a. stranger anxiety;b. separation distress;c. affiliative behavioral system;d. social deprivation;Question 7;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;The type of caregiving most likely to result in a securely;attached one-year-old is;Select one;a. efficient attendance to the child's basic physical needs.;b. as much stimulation as possible.;c. sensitivity and responsiveness.;d. any care that is not abusive because attachment is;innate. In;Question 8;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Over the first few weeks of her life, Bobby has been;intriguing her parents with new emotional responses. At six weeks, Bobby's most;recent emotional development is likely to be;Select one;a. fear reactions.;b. a wide-eyed look of surprise. In;c. a social smile.;d. a squeal of delight at the sight of her favorite toy.;Question 9;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Play is;Select one;a. a huge waste of time.;b. provision of as much stimulation as possible.;c. contributing to biological, psychosocial and cognitive;development.;d. not as useful as work during the play years.;Question 10;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;A one-month-old infant who is difficult to care for;irritable, intense, and resistant to change is most likely that way because;Select one;a. of inborn or congenital factors.;b. the infant has a serious emotional problem.;c. the infant has been spoiled.;d. of a serious medical problem In;Question 11;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;is an example of a fine motor skill and;is an example of a gross motor skill.;Select one;a. Running, picking your nose;b. Picking your nose, running;c. Dancing, doing math problems;d. Abstact thinking, reasoning;Question 12;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Formulating ideas to oneself can describe;Select one;a. mylenation.;b. memory tests. In;c. egocentrism.;d. private speech.;Question 13;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Language is really only arbitrary;Select one;a. thoughts.;b. symbols.;c. meaning.;d. ideas.;Question 14;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Overstimulation of a baby or ignoring the infant's;invitations to interact are both harmful to synchrony.;Select one;True;False;Question 15;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;The usual order of the development of spoken language is;Select one;a. cooing, babbling, reflexes, spoken words.;b. reflexes, cooing, babbling, spoken words.;c. babbling, cooing, spoken words, reflexes.;d. cooing, reflexes, babbling, spoken words.;Question 16;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;A nine-month-old explores new environments when the mother;is present but shows distress when the mother leaves the room. Mary Ainsworth;would suggest that the child's behavior illustrates the concept of;Select one;a. secure attachment.;b. insecure attachment.;c. trust versus mistrust.;d. autonomy versus shame and doubt;Question 17;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Research has found that Motherese (baby talk) is;Select one;a. confined to females, males do not alter their speech when;speaking to infants.;b. characterized by higher pitch, simple concrete;vocabulary, and shorter sentences.;c. unique to English-speaking parents.;d. characterized by lower pitch, use of nonsense words, and;many past tenses. In;Question 18;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Children are too young to experience stress.;Select one;True;False;Question 19;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Preschoolers tend to over-estimate their abilities.;Select one;True;False;Question 20;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Which of the following would an infant LEAST prefer to look;at?;Select one;a. the family dog sleeping on the floor;b. a mobile rotating above the crib;c. her mother's face as she talks to her;d. her flexing toes;Question 21;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Whenever Jason brushes against his baby's cheek, the baby;turns his head and starts to suck. Jason is triggering which reflex?;Select one;a. swallowing;b. Palmar;c. rooting;d. Moro;Question 22;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Which of the following infants would be the MOST vulnerable;to SIDS?;Select one;a. Michael, who is 3 months old, breast fed, and born in the;summer.;b. Leslie Lu, who is 8 months old and sleeps on her back, in;her parent's bed.;c. Lucas, who 2 months old, whose parents both smoke.;d. Maxie, who is a newborn infant. In;Question 23;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;If you want to know what is on a child's mind, look at the;theme of his or her play.;Select one;True;False;Question 24;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;On average, children begin saying single word sentences at;about;Select one;a. 3 months old.;b. 6 months old.;c. 1 year old.;d. 2 years old.;Question 25;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;According to your textbook, the preschool years are also;known as the _______ years.;Select one;a. play;b. growth;c. baby teeth;d. changing;Question 26;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;From age 2 to 6, the average child grows _____ inches and;gains ____ pounds.;Select one;a. 2, 1;b. 3, 4 1/2;c. 4 1/2, 3;d. 6, 6;Question 27;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Roy is busily chattering away with sounds like "da, da;ba, ba." This type of speech is known as;Select one;a. cooing.;b. babbling.;c. holophrastic speech.;d. telegraphic speech.;Question 28;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Identical twins are more likely than fraternal twins to take;their first step on the same day. This indicates that parental encouragement is;more important than genetic endowment in the timing of motor development.;Select one;True In;False;Question 29;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Salma is a 10-month-old who is being tested on the visual;cliff. We would expect her to;Select one;a. cry throughout the testing.;b. cross over the "visual cliff." In;c. refuse to cross over the "visual cliff.;d. slide down the slope.;Question 30;In;Mark 0.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Newborn Jasper would be able to focus clearly on;Select one;a. clouds in the sky on a clear day. In;b. a bookcase across the room from his crib.;c. a mobile hung four feet above his crib.;d. his mother's face while he is nursing.;Question 31;Mark 6.00 out of 6.00;Flag question;Question text;Babies are born with their own unique __________, which;determines their moods and their response to stimulation.;Select one;a. maturation;b. milia;c. attachment;d. temperament

 

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