5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 3 years
- visual acuity
- by 3 or 4 months
- prematurity, low birth weight, smoking
- a Age when children still emphasise desire in explaining others' actions
- b three factors that contribute to SIDS
- c State in which a baby cries vigorously, usually accompanied by agitated but uncoordinated movement.
- d Smallest pattern that one can distinguish reliably.
- e Age babies sleep through the night
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Sleep in which heart rate, breathing, and brain activity are steady.
- State in which a baby is calm with eyes open and attentive; the baby seems to be deliberately inspecting the environment.
- Age by which most chldren know that people have desires and that desires can cause behaviour.
- Motor skills associated with grasping, holding, and manipulating objects.
- Situation in which a healthy baby dies suddenly, for no apparent reason.
5 True/False Questions
locomote → Ability to move around in the world.
pain cry → Cry that begins with a sudden long burst, followed by a long pause and gasping.
theory of mind → Ideas about connections between thoughts, beliefs, intentions, and behaviour that create an intuitive understanding of the link between mind and behaviour.
4 years → Age by which children will distinguish the mental world from the physical world.
mad cry → Cry that begins with a sudden long burst, followed by a long pause and gasping.