PSYC 210 Quiz 2

PSYC 210 Quiz 2 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Lyrissa lives in Africa. She is 9 months old and does not weigh enough due to malnutrition. Her tissues are wasting away. Lyrissa suffers from _____.
  2. Emotional reactions, especially those connected to self‐awareness, are partially dependent upon _____.
  3. A basic nerve cell in the central nervous system is called a(n) _____.
  4. What three factors contribute to the ability to walk?
  5. The human body is equipped to protect the brain when malnutrition temporarily affects body growth. This protective feature is known as _____.
  6. The last part of the brain to mature is the _____.
  7. Worldwide, only about 15 percent of infants receive daily care from _____.
  8. Which hormone is associated with encouraging caregiving behaviors?
  9. According to Erikson, failure to develop autonomy over one’s own actions is most closely identified with _____.
  10. Parents are told that their newborn is in the 90th percentile for height. This means that their child is _____.
  11. Peyton is a deaf baby whose parents have been communicating with him in American Sign Language. At about what age will Peyton express his first signs?
  12. Based on research about SIDS, caregivers are advised that babies should be _____.
  13. The language acquisition device (LAD) was proposed by Chomsky to explain _____.
  14. Erikson’s second stage of development is called _____.
  15. Chang participated in a research study when he was an infant, during which the researcher restrained his arms for two minutes. Which emotion did Chang likely experience?
  16. Which statement supports the sociocultural perspective of language learning?
  17. Newborns’ sense of touch allows them to _____.
  18. According to cognitive theory, infants use their early relationships to develop a set of assumptions that become a frame of reference that may be used later in life. Such a set of assumptions is called a _____.
  19. Pierce is a 2‐year‐old boy who loves his “lellow‐lee” (yellow blanket) and won’t take a nap without it. Pierce’s yellow blanket would be considered a(n) _____.
  20. When playing with their children, mothers are more likely than fathers to _____.
  21. Freud’s stage that takes place in the second year is called _____.
  22. In the United States, about 20 percent of infants are cared for _____ throughout their first year of life.
  23. According to Maslow, infancy begins with which kind of needs?
  24. A newborn’s brain weight is _____ an adult’s brain weight.
  25. According to traditional behaviorism, personality is _____.

Set 2

  1. Geraldo loves to climb, and there are many opportunities for him to do so around his home: on the bookshelf in the living room, the decorative rocks in the front yard, and the ladder for the slide at the park. Each of these opportunities is _____ for climbing.
  2. is the understanding that objects continue to exist when they cannot be seen.
  3. The behavior of an infant in sensorimotor stage four might best be described as _____.
  4. Roseanne is several hours old. Which of the following emotions is already apparent?
  5. Piaget referred to toddlers in sensorimotor stage five as _____.
  6. Whenever the eyes, ears, tongue, skin, or mouth detect a stimulus, a(n) _____ has occurred.
  7. For which illness is an immunization NOT available?
  8. Which theorist said that children learn language as a result of reinforcements given by parents and caregivers?
  9. A sign of secure attachment is when a child
  10. In Erikson’s theory, the infant’s earliest task is described as that of _____.
  11. Janice’s mother often lets her 6-month-old baby sit in front of the television, watching episodes of Sesame Street. What is Janice likely learning from the episodes she watches?
  12. Brain weight triples in size during the first two years of life primarily because of the growth of _____.
  13. The crucial aspect of synchrony is
  14. Attachment in infants is definitely evident by the age of _____.
  15. Clean water, immunizations, and nourishing food have all had a dramatic impact on _____.
  16. A child fixated in the oral stage may become an adult who _____.
  17. What are the four categories of temperament suggested by the New York Longitudinal Study?
  18. believes that caregivers have their own needs that can influence how they respond to infants.
  19. Synchrony depends on
  20. Between 13 and 18 months, infants add approximately _____ new words.
  21. During the sensorimotor stage, the child’s main task is to _____.
  22. Proximal parenting tends to produce children who are _____.
  23. Jordan’s weight is in the 50th percentile. This means that _____.
  24. Annalise is an adult who requires predictability and regularity in all aspects of her life. She eats the same breakfast every day, organizes her clothes by color in her closet, and gets distressed when the milk is put on the wrong shelf in the refrigerator. Annalise appears to be fixated at the _____ stage.
  25. The behavior of an infant in sensorimotor stage four might best be described as _____.
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