CCOU 302 Quiz 1

CCOU 302 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The ability to tolerate or endure negative emotions you feel when you get close to another person is one definition of:
  2. What is something that increases attention abilities later in life:
  3. On average, children before age 5 watch how much television per day?
  4. Secure base scripts involve all of the following, except:
  5. Assigning a name or label to what we feel literally:
  6. When a child is upset, logic often won’t work until we have responded to what?
  7. If a child is having an emotional meltdown, it is best to:
  8. According to Arch Hart which of the following is NOT a factor influencing stress levels in our kids?
  9. Which of the following is a key principle in fostering a secure attachment?
  10. The brain is a social organ
  11. The brain grows from top to bottom.
  12. Seeing aggressive themes while playing with children (during floor time) should be very concerning for a parent.
  13. Within the first 2 years of life, the human brain does what?
  14. Too much stress in a child’s life can cause:
  15. Arch Hart described the difference between a child’s personality and her character. What is the best way to form character in a child?
  16. Children whose parents talk with them about their experiences and feelings have:
  17. The strongest correlation to secure attachment is:
  18. Making your house a “safe-haven” for your kids is vital to creating a stress resistant environment. Which of the following builds safety?
  19. The left brain represents:
  20. Emotion coaching involves:

Set 2

  1. According to Arch Hart which of the following is NOT a factor influencing stress levels in our kids?
  2. On average, children before age 5 watch how much television per day?
  3. Within the first 2 years of life, the human brain does what?
  4. The brain grows from top to bottom.
  5. Making your house a “safe‐haven” for your kids is vital to creating a stress resistant environment. Which of the following builds safety?
  6. The ability to tolerate or endure negative emotions you feel when you get close to another person is one definition of:
  7. Which of the following is a key principle in fostering a secure attachment?
  8. Arch Hart described the difference between a child’s personality and her character. What is the best way to form character in a child?
  9. The brain is a social organ
  10. What is something that increases attention abilities later in life:
  11. Assigning a name or label to what we feel literally:
  12. Emotion coaching involves:
  13. The left brain represents:
  14. Children whose parents talk with them about their experiences and feelings have:
  15. The strongest correlation to secure attachment is:
  16. If a child is having an emotional meltdown, it is best to:
  17. Too much stress in a child’s life can cause:
  18. Secure base scripts involve all of the following, except:
  19. When a child is upset, logic often won’t work until we have responded to what?
  20. Seeing aggressive themes while playing with children (during floor time) should be very concerning for a parent.
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