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1. Connectionist models provide evidence that A. infants begin life with special-purpose knowledge systems. B. supports the core knowledge perspective. C. neural networks are initially weak, sufficient only to support looking behavior. D. connections between units change very little with age. 2. Piaget’s famous _______ problem demonstrates preoperational children’s difficulty with _______. A. three-mountains; dual representation B. three-mountains; hierarchical classification C. class inclusion; hierarchical classification D. class inclusion; dual representation 3. The goal of Binet and Simon’s original intelligence test was to A. compile a battery of tests that could be used to assess infant mental development. B. develop an objective method for assigning students to special classes. C. determine the underlying mental abilities associated with intelligence. D. devise a systematic method for assessing classroom disruptiveness. 4. Heritability estimates are computed by comparing the IQ correlations of A. the same group of individuals at various points in time. B. individuals from different ethnic and SES groups. C. children of different ages. D. twins and other relatives. 5. Today, virtually all experts agree that A. Piaget largely neglected children’s independent efforts in constructing their own knowledge. B. children’s cognition isn’t as broadly stagelike as Piaget believed. C. younger children appear less competent and older children more competent than Piaget believed. D. cognitive development begins with far more than just sensorimotor reflexes. 6. Which of the following statements about the Bayley Scales of Infant Development is correct? A. It emphasizes complex cognitive skills, such as infant memory and problem solving. B. It’s helpful for assessing the health and well-being of newborns. C. It taps the same dimensions of intelligence as assessed in childhood. D. It doesn’t tap the same dimensions of intelligence as assessed in childhood. 7. Sally’s memory for her first trip to Disney World resides in her _______ memory. A. semantic C. short-term B. script D. autobiographical 8. Cooing in infancy refers to A. strings of different speech sounds. B. repeated vowel-consonant combinations. C. one-syllable vowel-like noises. D. strings of several identical sounds. 9. According to Vygotsky, private speech during the preschool years A. reflects young children’s egocentrism. B. doesn’t play a major role in young children’s cognitive development. C. is due to young children’s poor communication skills. D. helps young children guide their behavior during challenging tasks. 10. According to the principle of mutual exclusivity bias, children A. assume that objects have multiple labels. B. ignore the shapes of objects and focus instead on color distinctions. C. assume that words refer to nonoverlapping categories. D. discover the structure of sentences by relying on the meanings of words. 11. Dr. Bean believes that language development is a product of inner predispositions and environmental influences. Dr. Bean’s belief is consistent with the _______ perspective. A. behaviorist C. interactionist B. nativist D. psychoanalytical 12. Research has shown that most preschoolers A. don’t use the words “think,” “remember,” or “pretend.” B. have a complete grasp of cognitive processes. C. believe that an event can be known without being directly observed. D. often insist they’ve always known information they just learned. 13. Which factors seem to be most important for the development of make-believe play? A. Maturation of the frontal lobes and the cerebellum B. Children’s readiness to engage in make-believe play and the social experiences that promote it C. Development of perspective taking and social problem-solving skills D. Opportunities for peer interaction in settings that inspire make-believe play 14. Tyrone groups words with agent qualities as subjects and words with action qualities as verbs. He then merges these categories into sentences. Tyrone is demonstrating A. semantic bootstrapping. C. telegraphic speech. B. syntactic bootstrapping. D. semantic complexity. 15. Grammar consists of two main parts: _______ and _______. A. pragmatics; semantics C. syntax; morphology B. syntax; semantics D. morphology; phonology 16. In Piaget’s theory, a circular reaction is a means of building schemes in which infants A. construct mental representations of sights and sounds encountered as they interact with the environment. B. try to repeat chance motor behaviors again and again. C. make use of operant conditioning to make sense of everyday experiences. D. attempt to imitate the behaviors of those around them. 17. Research shows that children who become fluent in two languages A. often receive support for their native language in school. B. are actually advanced in cognitive development. C. can acquire normal native ability in only one language. D. often show serious metalinguistic deficits.


18. Respecting research investigations of creativity, it’s generally found that


A.


creativity involves alternating between divergent and convergent thinking.


B.


extensive knowledge isn’t necessary for one to creatively contribute to a field of


study.


C.


IQ and creativity are highly correlated.


D.


creative people typically have little patience and persistence in the face of


obstacles.


19. In the _______ model, information first enters the sensory register.


A.


store C. encoding


B.


biological D. transfer


20. Longitudinal research reveals that the IQ scores of


 


most children _______ during


childhood and adolescence.


A.


remain stable C. fluctuate 10 to 20 points


B.


vary by about 50 points D. increase by about 35 points


 


1. Trevor is unable to engage in nonverbal communication


 


behaviors, and his language tends to be imitative. He pays


 


little attention to the people around him, preferring to sit


 


and play intensely at activities requiring repetitive motions.


 


Trevor is displaying qualities that are characteristic of


 


A.


 


bipolar disorder. C. mental retardation.


 


B.


 


a learning disability. D. autism.


 


2. Four-year-old Ella becomes nervous when her swimming class


 


practices using a life vest, which forces her into a floating


 


position on her back. She looks at her mother, who smiles


 


calmly at her. Reassured, Ella relaxes and enjoys floating on


 


her back. Ella’s situation illustrates the use of


 


A.


 


social referencing C. empathy.


 


B.


 


emotional display rules. D. sympathy.


 


3. Most researchers _______ Gilligan’s claim that Kohlberg


 


underestimated the moral maturity of females.


 


A.


 


support C. are divided over


 


B.


 


reject D. are unaware of


 


4. Which young adult is at risk of long-term identity foreclosure or diffusion?


 


A.


 


A college graduate who switches majors


 


B.


 


An aspiring chef who has no opportunity for culinary training


 


C.


 


A young woman with several possible vocational choices


 


D.


 


A Peace Corps volunteer


 


5. Mastery of gender _______ is associated with the attainment of conservation.


 


A.


 


typing C. constancy


 


B.


 


equality D. stereotyping


 


6. Elevated heart rate and blood pressure, a depressed immune response, and reduced


 


digestive activity are all outcomes of


 


A.


 


social referencing. C. joint attention.


 


B.


 


poor prenatal care. D. psychological stress.


 


7. _______ is the only emotion that males express more freely than females in everyday


 


interaction.


 


A.


 


Anger C. Embarrassment


 


B.


 


Sorrow D. Envy


 


8. Parents of impulsive children can foster conscience development by building a warm,


 


affectionate relationship that promotes


 


A.


 


frequent power assertions. C. ego development.


 


B.


 


secure attachment. D. fear and guilt.


 


9. Dr. Thorne is interested in learning how children come to understand their multifaceted


 


world. In her research, she asks questions like, “When do infants discover that they’re


 


separate beings, distinct from other people and objects?” Dr. Thorne is studying


 


A.


 


social cognition. C. self-concept.


 


B.


 


the inner self. D. social comparisons.


 


10. Dr. Bouvier observes that bees sacrifice their lives to protect the hive and a dog cowers


 


in the corner after wetting the carpet. Dr. Bouvier concludes that many morally relevant


 


behaviors have evolutionary roots, which is consistent with _______ theories of


 


human social behavior.


 


A.


 


Piaget’s C. biological


 


B.


 


social learning D. Kohlberg’s


 


11. In Kohlberg’s theory, at the _______ level, moral understanding is based on rewards,


 


punishments, and the power of authority figures.


 


A.


 


principled C. conventional


 


B.


 


preconventional D. postconventional


 


12. When both parents believe that men are capable of nurturing infants,


 


A.


 


mothers devote less time to caregiving.


 


B.


 


fathers devote less time to caregiving.


 


C.


 


fathers devote more time to caregiving.


 


D.


 


the marital relationship tends to suffer, particularly when men spend little time in


 


the caregiver role.


 


13. Typically, when paired with a boy in a laboratory play session, a two-year-old girl is


 


likely to


 


A.


 


stand idly by while the boy explores the toys.


 


B.


 


assume domineering behavior and tell the boy what to do.


 


C.


 


actively explore the surroundings.


 


D.


 


play cooperatively with the boy.


 


14. The _______ emphasizes that the broad function of _______ is to energize behavior


 


aimed at attaining personal goals.


 


A.


 


ethological theory of attachment; reasoning


 


B.


 


functionalist approach; emotion


 


C.


 


goodness-of-fit model; cognition


 


D.


 


synchronous approach; language


 


15. A parent who uses imperatives and specific suggestions in everyday life is


 


 


 


most likely


 


the parent of a


 


A.


 


son. C. daughter.


 


B.


 


teenager. D. son and a daughter.


 


16. Both Piaget and Kohlberg used a/an _______ procedure to study moral development.


 


A.


 


clinical interviewing C. cross-sectional


 


B.


 


structured observation D. ecological


 


17. Baby Eniko grasps her mother’s hair, gazes into her eyes, and smiles. These actions


 


bring Eniko into close contact with her mother, which comforts her. According to


 


Bowlby’s theory of attachment, Eniko is in the _______ phase.


 


A.


 


reciprocal relationship C. attachment-in-the-making


 


B.


 


clear-cut D. preattachment


 


18. Mischel’s research shows that _________ is especially important in teaching children to


 


delay gratification and resist temptation.


 


A.


 


the belief-desire theory of mind C. perspective taking


 


B.


 


diverting attention D. reinforcing


 


19. Dean associates certain activities, roles, and traits as being typical for either males or


 


females. His associations conform to cultural stereotypes and encompass many


 


gender-linked responses. This is an example of gender


 


A.


 


atypicality. C. typing.


 


B.


 


roles. D. identity.


 


20. _______ is considered a powerful tool in self-development because it permits children


 


to represent and express the self more clearly.


 


A.


 


Language C. A large social network


 


B.


 


Movement D. Recursive thought


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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1. Connectionist models provide evidence that A. infants begin life with special-purpose knowledge systems. B. supports the core knowledge perspective. C. neural networks are initially weak, sufficient only to support looking behavior. D. connections between units change very little with age. 2. Piaget’s famous _______ problem demonstrates preoperational children’s difficulty with _______. A. three-mountains; dual representation B. three-mountains; hierarchical classification C. class inclusion; hierarchical classification D. class inclusion; dual representation 3. The goal of Binet and Simon’s original intelligence test was to A. compile a battery of tests that could be used to assess infant mental development. B. develop an objective method for assigning students to special classes. C. determine the underlying mental abilities associated with intelligence. D. devise a systematic method for assessing classroom disruptiveness. 4. Heritability estimates are computed by comparing the IQ correlations of A. the same group of individuals at various points in time. B. individuals from different ethnic and SES groups. C. children of different ages. D. twins and other relatives. 5. Today, virtually all experts agree that A. Piaget largely neglected children’s independent efforts in constructing their own knowledge. B. children’s cognition isn’t as broadly stagelike as Piaget believed. C. younger children appear less competent and older children more competent than Piaget believed. D. cognitive development begins with far more than just sensorimotor reflexes. 6. Which of the following statements about the Bayley Scales of Infant Development is correct? A. It emphasizes complex cognitive skills, such as infant memory and problem solving. B. It’s helpful for assessing the health and well-being of newborns. C. It taps the same dimensions of intelligence as assessed in childhood. D. It doesn’t tap the same dimensions of intelligence as assessed in childhood. 7. Sally’s memory for her first trip to Disney World resides in her _______ memory. A. semantic C. short-term B. script D. autobiographical 8. Cooing in infancy refers to A. strings of different speech sounds. B. repeated vowel-consonant combinations. C. one-syllable vowel-like noises. D. strings of several identical sounds. 9. According to Vygotsky, private speech during the preschool years A. reflects young children’s egocentrism. B. doesn’t play a major role in young children’s cognitive development. C. is due to young children’s poor communication skills. D. helps young children guide their behavior during challenging tasks. 10. According to the principle of mutual exclusivity bias, children A. assume that objects have multiple labels. B. ignore the shapes of objects and focus instead on color distinctions. C. assume that words refer to nonoverlapping categories. D. discover the structure of sentences by relying on the meanings of words. 11. Dr. Bean believes that language development is a product of inner predispositions and environmental influences. Dr. Bean’s belief is consistent with the _______ perspective. A. behaviorist C. interactionist B. nativist D. psychoanalytical 12. Research has shown that most preschoolers A. don’t use the words “think,” “remember,” or “pretend.” B. have a complete grasp of cognitive processes. C. believe that an event can be known without being directly observed. D. often insist they’ve always known information they just learned. 13. Which factors seem to be most important for the development of make-believe play? A. Maturation of the frontal lobes and the cerebellum B. Children’s readiness to engage in make-believe play and the social experiences that promote it C. Development of perspective taking and social problem-solving skills D. Opportunities for peer interaction in settings that inspire make-believe play 14. Tyrone groups words with agent qualities as subjects and words with action qualities as verbs. He then merges these categories into sentences. Tyrone is demonstrating A. semantic bootstrapping. C. telegraphic speech. B. syntactic bootstrapping. D. semantic complexity. 15. Grammar consists of two main parts: _______ and _______. A. pragmatics; semantics C. syntax; morphology B. syntax; semantics D. morphology; phonology 16. In Piaget’s theory, a circular reaction is a means of building schemes in which infants A. construct mental representations of sights and sounds encountered as they interact with the environment. B. try to repeat chance motor behaviors again and again. C. make use of operant conditioning to make sense of everyday experiences. D. attempt to imitate the behaviors of those around them. 17. Research shows that children who become fluent in two languages A. often receive support for their native language in school. B. are actually advanced in cognitive development. C. can acquire normal native ability in only one language. D. often show serious metalinguistic deficits.


18. Respecting research investigations of creativity, it’s generally found that


A.


creativity involves alternating between divergent and convergent thinking.


B.


extensive knowledge isn’t necessary for one to creatively contribute to a field of


study.


C.


IQ and creativity are highly correlated.


D.


creative people typically have little patience and persistence in the face of


obstacles.


19. In the _______ model, information first enters the sensory register.


A.


store C. encoding


B.


biological D. transfer


20. Longitudinal research reveals that the IQ scores of



most children _______ during


childhood and adolescence.


A.


remain stable C. fluctuate 10 to 20 points


B.


vary by about 50 points D. increase by about 35 points


 


1. Trevor is unable to engage in nonverbal communication


 


behaviors, and his language tends to be imitative. He pays


 


little attention to the people around him, preferring to sit


 


and play intensely at activities requiring repetitive motions.


 


Trevor is displaying qualities that are characteristic of


 


A.


 


bipolar disorder. C. mental retardation.


 


B.


 


a learning disability. D. autism.


 


2. Four-year-old Ella becomes nervous when her swimming class


 


practices using a life vest, which forces her into a floating


 


position on her back. She looks at her mother, who smiles


 


calmly at her. Reassured, Ella relaxes and enjoys floating on


 


her back. Ella’s situation illustrates the use of


 


A.


 


social referencing C. empathy.


 


B.


 


emotional display rules. D. sympathy.


 


3. Most researchers _______ Gilligan’s claim that Kohlberg


 


underestimated the moral maturity of females.


 


A.


 


support C. are divided over


 


B.


 


reject D. are unaware of


 


4. Which young adult is at risk of long-term identity foreclosure or diffusion?


 


A.


 


A college graduate who switches majors


 


B.


 


An aspiring chef who has no opportunity for culinary training


 


C.


 


A young woman with several possible vocational choices


 


D.


 


A Peace Corps volunteer


 


5. Mastery of gender _______ is associated with the attainment of conservation.


 


A.


 


typing C. constancy


 


B.


 


equality D. stereotyping


 


6. Elevated heart rate and blood pressure, a depressed immune response, and reduced


 


digestive activity are all outcomes of


 


A.


 


social referencing. C. joint attention.


 


B.


 


poor prenatal care. D. psychological stress.


 


7. _______ is the only emotion that males express more freely than females in everyday


 


interaction.


 


A.


 


Anger C. Embarrassment


 


B.


 


Sorrow D. Envy


 


8. Parents of impulsive children can foster conscience development by building a warm,


 


affectionate relationship that promotes


 


A.


 


frequent power assertions. C. ego development.


 


B.


 


secure attachment. D. fear and guilt.


 


9. Dr. Thorne is interested in learning how children come to understand their multifaceted


 


world. In her research, she asks questions like, “When do infants discover that they’re


 


separate beings, distinct from other people and objects?” Dr. Thorne is studying


 


A.


 


social cognition. C. self-concept.


 


B.


 


the inner self. D. social comparisons.


 


10. Dr. Bouvier observes that bees sacrifice their lives to protect the hive and a dog cowers


 


in the corner after wetting the carpet. Dr. Bouvier concludes that many morally relevant


 


behaviors have evolutionary roots, which is consistent with _______ theories of


 


human social behavior.


 


A.


 


Piaget’s C. biological


 


B.


 


social learning D. Kohlberg’s


 


11. In Kohlberg’s theory, at the _______ level, moral understanding is based on rewards,


 


punishments, and the power of authority figures.


 


A.


 


principled C. conventional


 


B.


 


preconventional D. postconventional


 


12. When both parents believe that men are capable of nurturing infants,


 


A.


 


mothers devote less time to caregiving.


 


B.


 


fathers devote less time to caregiving.


 


C.


 


fathers devote more time to caregiving.


 


D.


 


the marital relationship tends to suffer, particularly when men spend little time in


 


the caregiver role.


 


13. Typically, when paired with a boy in a laboratory play session, a two-year-old girl is


 


likely to


 


A.


 


stand idly by while the boy explores the toys.


 


B.


 


assume domineering behavior and tell the boy what to do.


 


C.


 


actively explore the surroundings.


 


D.


 


play cooperatively with the boy.


 


14. The _______ emphasizes that the broad function of _______ is to energize behavior


 


aimed at attaining personal goals.


 


A.


 


ethological theory of attachment; reasoning


 


B.


 


functionalist approach; emotion


 


C.


 


goodness-of-fit model; cognition


 


D.


 


synchronous approach; language


 


15. A parent who uses imperatives and specific suggestions in everyday life is


 



 


most likely


 


the parent of a


 


A.


 


son. C. daughter.


 


B.


 


teenager. D. son and a daughter.


 


16. Both Piaget and Kohlberg used a/an _______ procedure to study moral development.


 


A.


 


clinical interviewing C. cross-sectional


 


B.


 


structured observation D. ecological


 


17. Baby Eniko grasps her mother’s hair, gazes into her eyes, and smiles. These actions


 


bring Eniko into close contact with her mother, which comforts her. According to


 


Bowlby’s theory of attachment, Eniko is in the _______ phase.


 


A.


 


reciprocal relationship C. attachment-in-the-making


 


B.


 


clear-cut D. preattachment


 


18. Mischel’s research shows that _________ is especially important in teaching children to


 


delay gratification and resist temptation.


 


A.


 


the belief-desire theory of mind C. perspective taking


 


B.


 


diverting attention D. reinforcing


 


19. Dean associates certain activities, roles, and traits as being typical for either males or


 


females. His associations conform to cultural stereotypes and encompass many


 


gender-linked responses. This is an example of gender


 


A.


 


atypicality. C. typing.


 


B.


 


roles. D. identity.


 


20. _______ is considered a powerful tool in self-development because it permits children


 


to represent and express the self more clearly.


 


A.


 


Language C. A large social network


 


B.


 


Movement D. Recursive thought

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.


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Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.

Here are my answers for comparison with your own:
1. D. autism
2. A. social referencing
3. B. reject
4. B. An aspiring chef who has no opportunity for culinary training
5. C. constancy
6. D. psychological stress
7. A. Anger
8. B. secure attachment
9. C. self-concept
10. C. biological
11. B. preconventional
12. C. fathers devote more time to caregiving
13. A. stand idly by while the boy explores the toys
14. B. functionalist approach; emotion
15. C. daughter
16. A. clinical interviewing
17. B. clear-cut
18. B. diverting attention
19. C. typing
20. A. Language
Customer: replied 1 year ago.


excusme I had 40 question and you answered only 20 of them

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
I am almost done with the other 20
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