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HEALTH, SAFETY, AND NUTRITION FOR THE YOUNG CHILD 605844RR - Preventing Illness and Injuries When you have completed your exam and reviewed your answers, click Submit Exam. Answers will not be recorded until you hit Submit Exam. If you need to exit before completing the exam, click Cancel Exam. Questions 1 to 20: Select the best answer to each question. Note that a question and its answers may be split across a page break, so be sure that you have seen the entire question and all the answers before choosing an answer. 1. The germs that cause infections are mainly spread in what three ways? A. Immunization, mucous membranes, not washing hands B. Hand hygiene, sickness, immunization C. Not enough sleep, low oral hygiene, germs D. Germ-laden droplets, direct contact with body fluids, insects 2. According to the _______, if the heat index is above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, it's too hot to take children outdoors. A. Technical Assistance Center B. National Sanitation Foundation C. National Weather Service D. American Heart Association 3. Don't buy or use old infant cribs or other infant sleep equipment A. without first checking that they meet the CPSC standards. B. without testing it out first. C. unless a family has given it to you after it was used. D. at any time. 4. Children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old who are eligible for services under part B of IDEA are typically served through a/an A. Individualized Education Program (IEP). B. 504 plan. C. Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP). D. Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA). 5. Fire extinguishers should be inspected A. annually. B. twice per year. C. biannually. D. once each decade. 6. One of the leading causes of death among young children is A. car accidents. B. shaken baby syndrome. C. drowning. D. SIDS. 7. Hepatitis B and HIV/AIDS are two serious infections that can be spread. These infections are often transmitted by A. breastfeeding and contact with blood. B. sharing food and sharing drinks. C. skin contact, contact with urine, and sharing clothing. D. transmission by air, transmission by water, and shared bodily fluids. 8. According to your text, early childhood educators should plan and implement the health component of their programs to respond to the A. need to work to find cures for communicable diseases. B. predictable developmental patterns of young children. C. convenience of parents. D. necessities of providing low-cost care. 9. Teaching children to sneeze into a tissue or their _______ reduces the spread of germs. A. wrist B. elbow C. hands D. personal space 10. When using a fire extinguisher, it's important to stand back about _______ feet. A. 16 B. 8 C. 4 D. 2 11. Which the following should be used to sanitize and disinfect in educational or child care facilities? A. Windex B. Bleach C. Soap and water D. Lysol 12. What is the telephone number for Poison Control? A. 1-***-***-**** B. 1-***-***-**** C. 1-***-***-**** D. 1-***-***-**** 13. Cribs manufactured before _______, may not meet the CPSC standards and should be disposed of immediately. A. June 28, 2011 B. December 31, 2012 C. January 1, 2012 D. May 18, 2014 14. Sleeping infants should be directly observed by A. taking notes of their actions. B. sound. C. sight and sound at all times. D. sight and smell. 15. Children should be taught that when they see stinging insects they should A. swat at the insect. B. run quickly in random directions. C. run toward it to scare it away. D. avoid rapid movements. 16. Which of the following animals are suitable for contact with children in early education programs? A. ducks B. turtles C. bats D. sheep 17. When playing outside, children and adults should _______ to avoid being stung. A. avoid carrying drinks in their hands B. wear UVA- and UVB-protective sunscreen C. run quickly in random directions D. avoid moving rapidly 18. All windows should be washed, inside and outside, at least _______ a year. A. four times B. twice C. twelve times D. once 19. According to your textbook, _______ hygiene is the first line of defense against infectious disease. A. environmental B. oral C. sleep D. hand 20. To confirm when to exclude children from school, it's recommended that you refer to guidelines from which of the following organizations? A. National Association for the Education of Young Children B. National Association for Child Care Professionals C. Academy of Family Practices D. American Academy of Pediatrics 605846RR - Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Health Education 1.

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1. According to your text, food offered to children must be developmentally appropriate for a child's ability
to
A. tolerate, create, and enjoy.
B. understand and appreciate.
C. see, hear, and touch.
D. chew, swallow, and digest.
2. The nutrition, feeding, and service plan should include
A. ways to use up leftovers.
B. plans for adults to eat while the children are napping.
C. a high proportion of foods that children have never eaten.
D. maintenance of food preparation areas.
3. Every early childhood education program should develop a
A. written nutrition, feeding, and food service plan.
B. procedure that allows families to bring in homemade food.
C. method to overcome food intolerance.
D. plan for children and adults to eat separately.
4. The type of oral hygiene and dental care children receive, along with diet and heredity, largely
determines
A. the oral health of their children.
B. a child's general health.
C. their oral health throughout life.
D. whether a child will wear braces.
5. In addition to the health and safety standards covered in CFOC 2.4.1.1, health education topics should
include all of the following except
A. food safety.
B. transportation safety.
C. water safety.
D. firearm safety.
6. Oral health contributes to good nutrition, clear speech, and
A. a negative self-image.
B. decreased cognitive development.
C. increased cognitive development.
D. a positive self-image.
7. Child care staff should integrate health education into child care programs for
A. local police and emergency workers.
B. neighbors of young children.
C. children, staff, and families.
D. the entire community.
8. Infants start to reach for objects when they're between _______ months of age.
A. 4 and 6
B. 3 and 4
C. 1 and 2
D. 6 and 8
9. If a child is overweight before _______ years of age, obesity in adulthood is likely to be more severe.
A. 11
B. 3
C. 10
D. 8
10. According to the text, which of the following is not a nutrition consultant?
A. American Dietetic Association
B. American Cancer Society
C. American Heart Association
D. American Red Cross
11. Which of the following is a good strategy when it comes to desserts?
A. Serve dessert if homework is finished quickly.
B. Children should finish all the food on their plates, first.
C. Serve a dessert that's nutritious and healthful.
D. Enjoy dessert while watching funny videos.
12. Mother's milk can be stored at minus four degrees Fahrenheit for _______ months.
A. 1 to 3
B. 6 to 12
C. 3 to 6
D. 12 to 24
13. Caregivers should promote children's active play and participate in children's active games at times
when they can safely do so. In doing so, caregivers should
A. allow the children to run free and unsupervised two or more times per day.
B. separate the children according to developmental abilities.
C. lead structured activities two or more times per day.
D. sit and rest during children's active play.
14. Foods brought from home by children should be clearly labeled and include
A. the child's name, parent's contact number, and the type of food.
B. the parent's name, the date, and the type of food.
C. the child's name, the date, and any potential food allergies in the class.
D. the child's name, the date, and the type of food.
15. Physical activity, cold air, and high pollen levels can trigger wheezing for a child with
A. asthma.
B. ADHD.
C. food intolerances.
D. allergies.
16. Increased muscle and bone strength, reduced blood pressure and total body fat, better psychological
well-being and decreased risk of obesity are documented benefits of _______ for children.
A. physical activity
B. nutrition education
C. organized team sports
D. special education
17. Referrals for mental health services should be made when
A. the problems have persisted for several weeks to months.
B. support and interventions are showing definite signs of helping.
C. there's insufficient time to provide support and interventions .
D. the situation is steadily improving.
18. Infants (birth to 1 year of age) should have
A. 2 servings of fruit juice per week.
B. 1 serving of fruit juice per week.
C. 3 servings of fruit juice per week.
D. no fruit juice.
19. Children under the age of _______ require adult assistance and/or supervision while brushing their
teeth.
A. 6
B. 4
C. 10
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D. 8
20. The best way to determine what parents and staff members want to learn more about is by
A. reading national research.
B. asking them directly.
C. consulting with a child psychologist.
D. creating in-service based on state standards.605848RR - Health Services, Facility Design, and special needs children
1. Which early childhood theorist developed techniques for working with children with disabilities?
A. Vygosky
B. Skinner
C. Montessori
D. Piaget
2. At what age can most children cooperate during a visual acuity and stereopsis screening?
A. 7
B. 3
C. 5
D. 1.
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3. Childcare health consultants (CCHCs)
A. are primary care providers.
B. are health professionals who consult with early educators.
C. aren't allowed to report abuse or neglect.
D. consult mainly by telephone.
4. Johnny tells you that he has a sore throat. When you take his temperature, you notice he has an oral
temperature of 102 degrees Fahrenheit. You should
A. notify his parents via telephone to share that he's complaining of a sore throat and has a temperature of 102 orally.
B. call his parents to share that he has a fever.
C. notify his parents at pick up time to share that he's complaining of a sore throat and has an temperature of 102 orally.
D. call his parents to share that he's contagious and that he must be picked up from school immediately.
5. All staff members should receive training in how to
A. drive children to the emergency room.
B. administer medication to sick children.
C. diagnosis illnesses.
D. handle blood and other body fluids.
6. Employers are not required to
A. make reasonable accommodation for employees.
B. disclose the duties of the childcare position.
C. employ a person who cannot fulfill the stipulated requirements of the job.
D. follow the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
7. Fluid in the ears, anemia, and lazy eye are medical conditions that may not be easily recognized but
require
A. physical therapy.
B. urgent medical care.
C. medical attention.
D. antibiotics.
8. Early childhood providers are expected to be _______, but aren't expected to be experts on health.
A. incompetent
B. prescribers
C. professionals
D. observant
9. According to your text, which standard reflects an approach that focuses on preventing behavior
problems by supporting children in learning appropriate social skills and emotional responses?
A. Support
B. Punishment
C. Discipline
D. Guidance
10. Who has the final say in matters of public policy about health actions?
A. Families
B. Administrator of the facility
C. Board of the facility
D. Public health officer
11. The roots of lifetime healthy behaviors and emotional resiliency are planted in
A. a child's later life.
B. the early years.
C. developmentally appropriate curriculum.
D. children's home lives.
12. One way in which health is assessed is through evaluation of a child's
A. ancestral history.
B. food preferences.
C. race and ethnicity.
D. screening tests.
13. Which of the following is an allergic skin condition?
A. Contact dermatitis
B. Chicken pox
C. Scarlet fever
D. German measles
14. Health concerns are a key role in recruitment, selection, and retention of staff members because
caregivers must be able to
A. meet extreme physical fitness requirements.
B. function as child health consultants.
C. move playground equipment.
D. act quickly to assist young children in the event of an emergency.
15. OSHA stands for the Occupational _______ and Health Administration.
A. Security
B. Safety
C. Sanctuary
D. Sanity
16. When conducting vision screenings, 3-year-olds are expected to pass at the _______ line on eye charts.
A. 20/60
B. 20/20
C. 20/40
D. 20/30
17. The background screening of possible employees should include
A. IRS federal income tax payment verification.
B. a personal physical fitness assessment.
C. Social Security number verification.
D. family health history.
18. Providing literature on community health agencies, assisting families who are eligible to enroll in either
CHIP or Medicaid, and providing a directory of pediatricians accepting new patients are ways early
educators can ensure that health care is
A. compassionate
B. accessible
C. comprehensive
D. coordinated
19. The designated area for children's activities should contain a minimum of 42 square feet of usable floor
space per child. A usable floor space of _______ square feet per child is preferred.
A. 60
B. 45
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C. 50
D. 55
20. Health assessment and follow-up care are often separated into which of the following categories?
A. Initial, middle, and final
B. Premium, intermediate, and low-tier
C. Screening, diagnosis, and treatment
D. Parenting, educating, and curingESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY
350605RR - Psychology: The Science of the Mind
1. If we predict that the more years of education employees have, the higher their income will be, we are
expecting to find a
A. hypothesis.
B. negative correlation.
C. variable.
D. positive correlation.
2. Touch, pressure, temperature, and pain play a critical role in survival. These are known as
A. gestation senses.
B. hair senses.
C. skin senses.
D. olfactory senses.
3. Dr. Lombard's research focuses on the capacity of the human mind to store and retrieve information.
Her colleague, Dr. Fry, is a clinician who strives to help his clients "be all they can be." As a fly on the wall
listening to these two psychologists' civil disputes during coffee breaks, which psychological perspective can
you assume Dr. Fry adheres to?
A. Behavioral
B. Psychodynamic
C. Cognitive
D. Humanist
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4. If someone has Parkinson's disease, they have a deficiency of which neurotransmitter?
A. Epinephrine
B. Acetylcholine
C. Norepinephrine
D. Dopamine
5. Psychology can be defined as the
A. scientific study of mental illnesses.
B. scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
C. scientific study of the mind.
D. way to describe events and circumstances.
6. Lorraine and Albert are discussing neurotransmitters while getting ready for an exam. Lorraine maintains
that dendrites receive and sort both excitatory and inhibitory messages. Albert, on the other hand, argues
it's endorphins that complete the selection process. Who is correct?
A. Albert
B. Lorraine
C. Neither Lorraine or Albert
D. Both Lorraine and Albert
7. It has been hypothesized that _______ of dopamine produces negative consequences, like schizophrenia.
A. normal production
B. continuous production
C. underproduction
D. overproduction
8. The formal beginning of psychology began in Germany and the United States by which two men?
A. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung
B. Sigmund Freud and ***** *****
C. Carl Jung and Wilhelm Wundt
D. ***** ***** and Wilhelm Wundt
9. A reflex, like automatically removing your hand from a hot stove, involves pain messages sent to the
spinal cord by way of _______ neurons, while the movement of your hand is controlled by _______
neurons.
A. sensory; motor
B. somatic; sympathetic
C. somatic; sensory
D. motor; sensory
10. Agatha maintains that people are capable of freely making voluntary choices. Constance is mainly
focused on how aggression is caused by genetic inheritance. It seems reasonable to assume that Constance
is not much interested in environmental factors impacting behavior while Agatha rejects
A. determinism.
B. mental processes.
C. introspection.
D. heredity.
11. According to a Gestalt principle called _______, when we're looking at a crowd of people, we tend to
perceive people grouped close together as belonging to a common or related group.
A. proximity
B. closure
C. simplicity
D. expectancy
12. Rods are to light intensity as cones are to
A. the iris.
B. the optic nerve.
C. the retina.
D. color perception.
13. In the ear, the basilar membrane and hair cells are found in the
A. cochlea.
B. oval window.
C. anvil and stirrup.
D. auditory nerve.
14. Trephining is the term used to explain how, seven thousand years ago,
A. bumps on a person's skull explained their personality.
B. animal spirits were able to inhabit a person's body.
C. intelligence was transmitted through the brain.
D. a hole was made in a patient's skull to allow the escape of evil spirits.
15. Which of the following statements regarding depth perception is true?
A. The change in position of an object relative to the retina is a binocular cue.
B. Texture gradient is a monocular cue.
C. Experience teaches us to perceive relative size as an indicator of the color of an object.
D. Motion parallax is detected because we perceive binocular disparity.
16. In conducting an experiment, the experimenter divides a sample group of 60 children into two groups of
30 called group A and group B. To make sure the two groups are similar in terms of age, IQ, and so on,
the experimenter will assign people to either group A or B using a/an ________ assignment procedure, such
as a coin toss, where heads sends a subject to group A and tails sends a subject to group B.
A. subjective
B. independent
C. experimental
D. random
17. In a neuron, the myelin sheath serves to insulate
A. dendrites.
B. the cell body.
C. the axon.
D. terminal buttons.
18. Where does most processing of visual images take place?
A. Rods
B. Visual cortex
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C. Optic chiasm
D. Cones
19. Dr. Jones is interested in how human behavior may be genetically inherited from remote ancestors. Her
field of interest is
A. clinical neuropsychology.
B. behavioral genetics.
C. evolutionary psychology.
D. chemical psychobiology.
20. The left hemisphere of the cerebral cortex is more specialized in language functions and processing
information sequentially. The right hemisphere tends to specialize in spatial perception and distinguishing
patterns. These are examples of cortex
A. lateralization.
B. neuroplasticity.
C. adaptation.
D. evolution.350606RR - The Mind at Work
1. The initial, momentary storage of information that lasts only an instant is called _______ memory.
A. long-term
B. short-term
C. processing
D. sensory
2. According to information provided in your text, circadian rhythms are associated with
A. the occurrence of anxiety attacks.
B. the time of month that pregnant women are likely to go into labor.
C. attacks of sleep apnea.
D. cycles of waking and sleeping.
3. While talking to Jim, Mary recalled that his birthday is ***** Mary wished him a happy birthday.
What type of memory did Mary exhibit?
A. Numerical
B. Implicit
C. Event
D. Explicit
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4. You want to condition a pet pig to come running for a food reward when you blow a whistle. In the
process of this conditioning effort, the main idea is to
A. teach the pig to expect food when it's hungry.
B. pair a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus.
C. teach the pig to pay attention to the sound of a whistle.
D. pair a conditioned stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus.
5. Professor Dore maintains that language develops through the interplay of genetically determined factors
and environmental influences that shape how language is learned. Professor Dore supports the
A. interaction approach to language development.
B. nativist approach to language development.
C. learning theory approach to language development.
D. linguistic-relativity hypothesis.
6. Knowing that Dr. Mallet, a clinical psychologist, is interested in the latent and manifest content of his
client's dreams, it's safest to suspect that Dr. Mallet embraces _______ theory.
A. unconscious wish-fulfillment
B. dreams-for-survival
C. activation-synthesis
D. repressive-activation
7. Learning in which a voluntary response is strengthened or weakened, depending on its favorable or
unfavorable consequences, is called _______conditioning.
A. negative
B. classical
C. positive
D. operant
8. Sudden awakenings from non-REM sleep that are accompanied by extreme fear, panic, and strong
psychological arousal are called
A. terror episodes.
B. night terrors.
C. nightmares.
D. manic episodes.
9. You help Cameron learn to play a guitar by guiding him through a sequence of reinforced behaviors,
such as holding the guitar, tuning the guitar, and properly fingering simple chords. In the operant
conditioning perspective, this is called
A. shaping.
B. latent learning.
C. graded reinforcement.
D. gradual reinforcement.
10. The _______ theory says that dreams permit information that's critical for our daily survival to be
reconsidered and reprocessed during sleep.
A. activation-synthesis
B. survival instinct
C. dreams-for-survival
D. wish fulfillment
11. I reward your behavior after I observe you correctly following a product assembly procedure six times.
In operant conditioning, this kind of partial reinforcement is based on a _______ schedule.
A. fixed-ratio
B. variable-ratio
C. variable-interval
D. fixed-interval
12. Trying to make sense of an article in the world events section of the Daily Mirror, Matlock turns to
Thomas and asks, "Where's Khartoum?" Thomas, looking up from his coffee, says, "Africa. It's the capital
of Sudan." If you hold with the idea that long-term memory includes distinct modules, what sort of
memory does Thomas' reply indicate?
A. Procedural—episodic
B. Declarative—episodic
C. Declarative—semantic
D. Procedural—semantic
13. Classical conditioning is based on the observations of
A. Sigmund Freud.
B. Ivan Pavlov.
C. ***** *****.
D. Aristotle.
14. In _______ theory, the actual wishes that are threatening to the dreamer's conscious awareness are
disguised.
A. desire
B. latent content
C. manifest content
D. unconscious wish fulfillment
15. The maintenance of material saved in memory is called
A. retrieval.
B. processing.
C. encoding.
D. storage.
16. Responding to stimuli that are similar—but not identical—to a conditioned stimulus is called
A. respondent reinforcement.
B. spontaneous recovery.
C. stimulus discrimination.
D. stimulus generalization.
17. Methadone can be used to treat heroin addiction. However, the main drawback in this sort of treatment
is that methadone
A. is biologically addictive.
B. provides the same sort of "high" the addict experiences with heroin.
C. is very expensive to produce, since it's derived from rare tropical plants.
D. is psychologically addictive.
18. After Kate's visit to Paris, her memories about what she saw and learned were influenced by music in
the background, by the comments of her traveling companion, and by the light reflecting off the Seine,
reminding Kate of her childhood home on the banks of the Wabash. Psychologists would say Kate's
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memories of Paris are influenced by the meanings she gave to aspects of her experience through
A. episodic memory.
B. constructive processes.
C. implicit memories.
D. flashbulb memories.
19. After taking the drug, Rupert reported vivid hallucinations, altered perception of sounds and colors, and
distorted time perception. It's most likely that the drug Rupert took was
A. marijuana.
B. cocaine.
C. MDMA.
D. LSD.
20. Under which stage of sleep are people least responsive to outside stimulation?
A. Stage 4
B. Stage 2
C. Stage 3
D. Stage 1350607RR - Motivation, Emotion, Development, and Personality
1. Having been attacked and bitten by a German shepherd, Sam reacts with fear on spotting any large dog.
According to recent developments in brain research, the linking role of the _________ is paramount in the
recall of this sort of fear-evoking stimulus.
A. amygdala
B. visual cortex
C. hippocampus
D. left temporal lobe
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2. An IQ test which adjusts the difficulty of future questions based on the success of earlier questions is
known as
A. mental age testing.
B. group testing.
C. adaptive testing.
D. difficulty testing.
3. People with a _______ can eat just about anything they want and not gain weight.
A. fixed weight set point
B. low metabolic rate
C. high metabolic rate
D. fixed proportion of fat cells
4. To formulate a general definition of emotion, it will be most accurate to say that
A. emotions are feelings that have both physiological and cognitive elements.
B. emotion is a feeling state evoked by an expressed behavior.
C. an emotion is a specific reaction to a perceived change in a situation.
D. emotions are adaptive physiological responses to feelings.
5. According to Bandura, the extent to which we feel we're able to meet a challenge or pursue a task to a
favorable outcome is our level of
A. self-esteem.
B. extraversion.
C. openness to experience.
D. self-efficacy.
6. In the _______ theory of motivation, _______ motivation is to satisfaction provided by activities that are
their own reward as _______ motivation is to satisfaction derived from the reward for some kind of
behavior, such as money or status.
A. drive-reduction; extrinsic; intrinsic
B. drive-reduction; dependent; autonomous
C. cognitive; autonomous; dependent
D. cognitive; intrinsic; extrinsic
7. If you support the idea that physiological arousal and the experience of an associated emotion will occur
simultaneously, you'll agree with the
A. James-Lange theory of emotion.
B. Cannon-Bard theory of emotion.
C. biological emotion-activation theory.
D. Schachter-Singer theory of emotion.
8. Which theory of emotion claims that physical changes in the body lead to the feeling of emotions?
A. The Schachter-Singer Theory
B. The James-Lange Theory
C. The Kohlberg-Strauss Theory
D. The Cannon-Bard Theory
9. Sternberg's concept of practical intelligence is most directly related to
A. emotional intelligence.
B. information processing.
C. multiple intelligences.
D. overall success in living.
10. The original purpose in constructing the MMPI-2 was
A. screening job applicants.
B. identifying psychological disorders.
C. screening college applicants.
D. identifying a client's optimal choices among occupations.
11. As discussed in your textbook, which statement best illustrates fluid intelligence?
A. Alex recalls the wiring pattern and deftly reconnects the power lead to the battery.
B. Caldwell critically evaluates the likely causes of kidney stones.
C. Gavin the spy quickly memorizes the 12-digit code.
D. Dylan scribbles the draft of a poem onto the back of an envelope.
12. Which of the following statements regarding the outcomes of Mary Ainsworth's strange situation
experiments is most accurate?
A. Avoidant children cry when the mother returns to the playroom.
B. Ambivalent children may both hit and embrace their mother on her return.
C. Disorganized-disoriented behavior precedes a secure attachment.
D. Only two-year-olds are capable of showing a secure attachment.
13. In late adulthood, changes in memory may not be inevitable; however, any decline in memory tends to
involve _______ memory.
A. implicit
B. intrinsic
C. semantic
D. episodic
14. I show you a picture of an adult figure hovering over a sleeping child. I ask you to tell me a story about
what you think is happening. Which kind of projective test am I using?
A. Behavioral assessment test
B. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2
C. Rorschach test
D. Thematic Apperception test
15. In the Binet IQ test, an IQ score is equal to MA divided by CA times 100. In this formula, "MA" is to
mental age as "CA" is to
A. calculated ability.
B. cognitive age.
C. common age.
D. chronological age.
16. If you agree with B.F. Skinner as to the nature of personality, you would also agree that
A. human personality is largely shaped through observational learning.
B. personality is shaped by people's thoughts, feelings, expectations, and values.
C. traits like sociability arise from unconscious wishes to be liked by others.
D. humans are infinitely changeable because they can learn new behavior patterns.
17. During middle adulthood, the most clearly marked biological change is related to
A. memory loss.
B. the so-called midlife transition.
C. reproductive capabilities.
D. weight loss.
18. According to your textbook's treatment of Kohlberg's theory of moral development, a focus on rewards
and punishment in respect to a moral dilemma is characteristic of
A. children who haven't grasped the principle of object constancy.
B. adolescents who have reached the formal operational stage of moral development.
C. children who haven't reached the conventional stage of moral development.
D. adolescents who have reached the conventional level of moral development.
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19. According to Erik Erikson, generativity-versus-stagnation is the typical challenge of
A. adolescence.
B. middle adulthood.
C. old age.
D. early adulthood.
20. In the context of intellectual disability, the great majority of people so challenged are classified as being
_______ retarded.
A. mildly
B. variably
C. moderately
D. severely
350609RR - Psychological Disorders
1. The surface description of a dream is known as
A. manifest content.
B. latent content.
C. resistance.
D. free association.
2. The _______ perspective goes beyond only considering external behavior, as in traditional approaches.
This approach assumes that people's thoughts and beliefs are central to a person's abnormal behavior.
A. medical
B. cognitive
C. behavioral
D. psychoanalytic
3. Treatment approaches that teach people to think in more adaptive ways by changing their dysfunctional
cognitions about the world and themselves are known as _______ treatment approaches.
A. humanistic
B. behavioral
C. cognitive
D. psychodynamic
4. In which of these statements is the scientific rationale for distinguishing Type I and Type II most clearly
illustrated?
A. Type II schizophrenics are most likely to be a threat to themselves and others.
B. If subjects X and Y are identical twins and X is diagnosed with Type 1 schizophrenia, we can be nearly 100 percent assured
that Y will also develop Type I schizophrenia.
C. The symptomatic profile for Type I and Type II schizophrenia is different.
D. Type I schizophrenics are most likely to be a threat to themselves and others.
5. Which of the following statements about the cultural effect on the prevalence anorexia nervosa is true?
A. Anorexia nervosa never appears in Asian culture.
B. Anorexia nervosa is experiences equally in all cultures.
C. Anorexia nervosa appears in Asian populations with the greatest amount of western influence.
D. Anorexia nervosa is rare in western culture.
6. Due to his mental illness. Ben has difficulty holding a job. Ben could be considered abnormal under
which definition of abnormality?
A. Abnormality as the inability to function effectively
B. Abnormality as a legal concept
C. Abnormality as deviation from the average
D. Abnormality as deviation from the ideal
7. The _______ perspective views the behavior itself as the problem. Using the basic principles of learning,
these theorists see both normal and abnormal behaviors as responses to various stimuli.
A. behavioral
B. medical
C. cognitive
D. psychoanalytic
8. An irresistible urge to repeatedly carry out some act that seems strange and unreasonable is known as
a/an
A. obsession.
B. phobia.
C. compulsion.
D. fear.
9. The _______ perspective emphasizes the responsibility people have for their own behavior, even when
their behavior is considered abnormal.
A. sociocultural
B. behavioral
C. humanistic
D. cognitive
10. The key theme in humanistic therapy is
A. philosophical reasoning.
B. emotional expression.
C. self-responsibility.
D. self-criticism.
11. Among somatoform disorders, hypochondriasis is to obsessive concern about one's health as a/an
_______ disorder is to marked physical symptoms with no identifiable physiological cause.
A. hysterical
B. obsessive
C. dissociative
D. conversion
12. The most common symptom of a generalized anxiety disorder is
A. a racing heart.
B. inability to relax.
C. confusion.
D. trembling hands.
13. Which of the following statements regarding electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is true?
A. Disorientation and confusion always accompany ECT therapy.
B. Side-effects may include memory loss that lasts for years.
C. It isn't known why ECT works when it does work.
D. Depression doesn't return after ECT treatments have been concluded.
14. A reference work developed by the American Psychiatric Association is referred to as DSM-IV-TR. In
that acronym, S stands for
A. Symposium.
B. Statistical.
C. Standard.
D. Standardized.
15. _______ is a behavioral treatment for anxiety in which people are confronted, either suddenly or
gradually, with a stimulus that they fear.
A. Exposure
B. Aversion therapy
C. Classical conditioning
D. Systematic desensitization
16. A very large sample, representing the population of the United States, was drawn to study the
prevalence of psychological disorders. The second most commonly reported disorder, after depression, was
A. post-traumatic stress disorder.
B. alcohol dependency.
C. panic disorders.
D. comorbidity.
17. In the context of trends in community psychology, which statement is true?
A. A high proportion of homeless adults suffer from a psychological disorder.
B. Psychoactive drugs have greatly increased the need to physically restrain mental patients.
C. Deinstitutionalization has been greatly decreased in recent years.
D. Telephone hotlines are a negative development in community psychology.
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18. Rebecca has been keeping track of the amount of times she washes her hands in a day. Keeping track
of observable actions and how these actions can be remedied can best be describes as which perspective of
psychological disorder?
A. Cognitive
B. Psychoanalytic
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C. Humanistic
D. Behavioral
19. Lois and Lang are in a heated discussion over the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Lois maintains that
psychotherapy works for most people. Lang argues that it doesn't work for everyone. Who is correct?
A. Both Lois and Lang are correct.
B. Lang is correct.
C. Neither Lois nor Lang is correct.
D. Lois is correct.
20. Psychologists consider _______ behavior to be behavior that causes people to experience distress and
prevents them from functioning in their daily lives.
A. abnormal
B. deviant
C. adolescent
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1. Which of the following statements regarding stereotypes and prejudice is true?
A. Prejudice is to action as discrimination is to attitudes.
B. Stereotypes can be positive or negative.
C. Where there are stereotypes we always find prejudice.
D. A self-fulfilling prophecy always precedes prejudice.
2. Two psychology students are in a heated discussion about the nature of prejudice. Mavis insists that that
when people get their identity from membership in a political action group, they will generally express
ethnocentrism. Martin argues that with or without ethnocentrism, social identity based in group membership
is inevitably associated with the demonization of minority groups. Who is correct?
A. Martin is correct.
B. Mavis is correct.
C. Neither Mavis nor Martin is correct.
D. Both Mavis and Martin are correct.
3. Which branch of psychology focuses on worker motivation and productivity?
A. Profit psychology
B. Industrial-organizational psychology
C. Workplace psychology
D. Worker-productivity psychology
4. Message interpretation characterized by thoughtful consideration of the issues and arguments used to
persuade is called _______ processing.
A. visual
B. central route
C. peripheral route
D. auditory
5. The Implicit Association Test (IAT) measures _______, and permits a more accurate assessment of
people's attitudes towards members of different groups.
A. discrimination
B. social roles
C. prejudice
D. stereotypes
6. Which statement best expresses the concept of the self-serving bias?
A. We assume that situational causes are brought about by the environment.
B. We attribute our successes to our skills and abilities and our failures to external factors.
C. We tend to think other people are similar to us, even when we first meet them.
D. We nearly always assume that other people's failures are due to their personal characteristics.
7. A negative (or positive) evaluation of a particular group and its members is called a
A. discrimination.
B. prejudice.
C. social role.
D. stereotype.
8. The foot-in-the-door technique and the that's-not-all technique are persuasive tactics for gaining
A. compliance.
B. reciprocity.
C. conformity.
D. obedience.
9. Which of the following statements regarding the nature of stress is true?
A. Cataclysmic events such as earthquakes are, inevitably, the most devastating stressors for most people.
B. Accumulating hassles may well lead to a sudden onset of PTSD.
C. Continued exposure to stress is associated with the secretion of stress-related hormones.
D. Psychophysiological disorders are primarily mental disorders.
10. The concept of aggression cues is associated with
A. social learning theories.
B. the work of animal behaviorist Konrad Lorenz.
C. observational learning theories.
D. frustration-aggression theory.
11. The conflict that occurs when a person holds two contradictory attitudes or thoughts is called
A. cognitive dissonance.
B. attitude conflict.
C. behavior conflict.
D. behavioral dissonance.
12. A change in behavior in response to the commands of others is known as
A. compliance.
B. obedience.
C. conformity.
D. discrimination.
13. The last stage in the GAS model of stress is
A. flight or fight.
B. adaptation.
C. resistance.
D. exhaustion.
14. The process by which an individual organizes information about another person, in order to form an
overall impression of that person, is called
A. central traits.
B. schemas.
C. impression formation.
D. social cognition.
15. In the "teacher-learner" experiments conducted by Stanley Milgram, ______ percent of the
experimental subjects eventually applied the "lethal" 450-volt shock to the "learner."
A. 15
B. 65
C. 35
D. 2
16. With respect to the fundamental attribution error, it turns out that in other cultures, like those of Asia,
there's a/an _______ orientation to others that emphasizes interdependence.
A. collectivist
B. philosophical
C. intrapersonal
D. individualistic
17. Behavior that occurs in response to direct social pressure is known as
A. conformity.
B. obedience.
C. compliance.
D. social roles.
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18. The tendency to attribute personal success to personal factors (skill, ability, or effort) and to attribute
failure to factors outside oneself is known as
A. fundamental attribution error.
B. assumed-similarity bias.
C. halo effect.
D. self-serving bias.
19. The major traits considered in forming impressions of others are called
A. impression formation.
B. social cognition.
C. schemas.
D. central traits.
20. Behavior directed toward individuals on the basis of their membership in a particular group is called
A. stereotype.
B. social role.
C. prejudice.
D. discrimination.
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Sorry my computer is running slow but For all the exams multiple choice questions i sent to you they all are due on 12-1-2017.would this okay for you?
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Meant would this be okay for you?
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How many questions are these?
(looks like the price is too low for these so many questions)

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Sorry but I didn't count them i just sent them in but i think its about there's 7 exams and all the exams have about 20 questions in each exam.
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Okay
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Hi Glenn i was just wondering if you Decide it on the price since you have said the price is too low these many questions?
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still working on some questions.

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Okay give me a update whenever you get done with that. Thank you
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I know you said your still working on some of the exam but since my computer is running slow i wanted to make sure you had all the exam that i need to be done
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whenever you het a chance to can you please let me know what exams i sent to you that your working on so i
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Can see if you have received all of the exams or not my computer isn't aloud my to copy them and sent them back to you and i dont know why i will appreciate it thank you
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Thank you just send me the exam numbers that should be good then i would know Thanks Again
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MY UPDATE: Im just making sure i sent you all these exams and I only told7 the first time because thats what showed up on my computer but looking on the school website theirs more then 7 its 21 exams that supposed to be done by 12-1-17 but because it's so much at that little bit of time i called the school to ask for Extension for the exams to be done so my new due date to have all the exams in is 12-22-17.so please check to see if you have all thes exams and give me yourupdated.And i hope this would be okay for you let me know thank you again.HEALTH, SAFETY, AND NUTRITION FOR THE YOUNG CHILD
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Hey I don't know if you got my email or not but I would like to know when would you be letting me know if you have the information that I sent to you ready and for you to let me know the new payment.Because even though I have the extension on the class I still would like to have them in before that date so please let me know something soon thank you
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Okay no problem just let me know if you have all 21 exam information that I need.And if you need anything other information from me please let me know thank you.
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Can you please let me know how much more time do you need to complete all these exams I sent to you?
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2.Toy project 605845RR
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4.MENU PROJECT 605847RR
5.HEALTH SERVICES, FACILITY DESIGN, &SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN 605848RR
6.FINAL PROJECT 605849RRESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY
7.PSYCHOLOGY:THE SCIENCE OF THE MIND 350605RR
8.THE MIND AT WORK 350606RR
9.MOTIVATION, EMOTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND PERSONALITY 350607RR
10.SSC130:RESEARCH ESSAY 350608RR
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What do you mean okay? You didn't answer my question
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I am still searching.

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Oh okay will do you know how long more time you need to search for these exams just in case if i have to as the school for another extension if you don't think you'll be done by the dead line.
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I will inform you.

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Okay thank you
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I would like to know if you have any of these exams done yet?And how much more time would you need to have them all done please let me know thank you.
Health,SAFETY,AND NUTRITION FOR THE YOUNG CHILD
1.PREVENTING Illness and injury 605844RR
2.Toy project 605845RR
3.NUTRITION, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND HEALTH EDUCATION 605846RR
4.MENU PROJECT 605847RR
5.HEALTH SERVICES, FACILITY DESIGN, &SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN 605848RR
6.FINAL PROJECT 605849RRESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY
7.PSYCHOLOGY:THE SCIENCE OF THE MIND 350605RR
8.THE MIND AT WORK 350606RR
9.MOTIVATION, EMOTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND PERSONALITY 350607RR
10.SSC130:RESEARCH ESSAY 350608RR
11.PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS 350609RR
12.PSYCHOLOGY FOR TWO OR MORE 350610RR
13.SSC130:CASE STUDIES 350611
14.SSC130:PROCTORED EXAM 350621RRArt Appreciation
15.THE LANGUAGE OF ART 250700RR
16.THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS 250701RR
17.ANCIENT CLASSICAL, AND MEDIEVAL ART 250702RR
18.Renaissance And Baroque Art 250703RR
19.NEOCLASSICAL TO SURREALISTIC ART 250704RR
20.ABSTRACT, NON REPRESENTATIONAL, AND CONTEMPORARY ART 250705RR
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