PSYC 210 Quiz 3

PSYC 210 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. One of the first fine motor skills an infant exhibits is:
  2. When it is age-appropriate to begin drinking cow’s milk, children should be given skim milk in order to help prevent childhood obesity.
  3. Children can begin drinking cow’s milk at this age:
  4. Depressed brain activity in infants is associated with a lack of:
  5. The highest number of infant deaths in the United States is attributed to:
  6. These parts of the brain are responsible for hearing and memory.
  7. When neurons are stimulated by other neurons, ________synaptic connections are made.
  8. Marta and Jim are concerned about their new baby after hearing that SIDS is a leading cause of infant deaths. Their doctor recommends this as the best preventative measure:
  9. Information is exchanged between neurons at the _______.
  10. In this substage, a child is able to experiment with various behaviors in order to observe different outcomes.
  11. A language development theory called the Environmental Theoretical Perspective uses this/these technique(s) to help children develop language skills.
  12. Piaget’s concept of ___________ means that a child understands that something continues to exist even when it is not seen.
  13. This language disorder is characterized by difficulty in language comprehension:
  14. Sammie lives in the city with her parents and one pet (a cat). When she visited her cousins in the country she soon learned that each type of animal has its own name — they were not all called “kitty.” This is an example of:
  15. “Baby Talk” should be avoided as it reinforces poor language skills.
  16. Rovee-Collier found that infants as young as _______ have a memory full of incredible detail.
  17. This developmental test identifies milestones normally achieved by certain ages:
  18. Bryce’s family has just one pet (a dog). Shortly after Bryce learned to say “doggy,” he visited his grandparents and called their pet cat a “doggy.” This is an example of:
  19. Temperament may have a genetic component and it seems to remain fairly consistent throughout the lifespan.
  20. This type of study helps researchers determine to what degree heredity or environment might impact temperament.
  21. Eight-month-old Ayisha is startled when a stranger approaches her stroller, but her fear turns to squeals of delight when she sees mom joyfully hug their former neighbor. Ayisha uses _____ to determine that this stranger is a friend.
  22. In the “clear-cut” attachment phase a strong bond has been established with one’s caregiver; thus the child has confidence (no fear) of strangers.
  23. One of the first researchers to study attachment was:
  24. A fear and distress reaction displayed by infants when their primary caregiver leaves their side.
  25. What term describes the idea that a parent might adjust his or her parenting methods to facilitate a child’s temperament.
  26. Universal or primary emotions are found in every culture.
  27. Scripture does not address the spiritual development of infants.
  28. Morgenthaler, Keiser & Larsen emphasize _____ memories in talking about spiritual formation in infancy.
  29. Repeating stories and songs about one’s faith can be used to foster cognitive development.
  30. According to Granqvist a person who formed a secure attachment bond with his or her parents will definitely form a strong relationship with God later in life.

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