← Homework 2 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Which of the following is a strategy that helps us remember information by making it more personally meaningful?
- Children have the highest self-esteem when:
- Carol Gilligan has criticized Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of moral development because:
- Which of the following does NOT help explain why children from Asian cultures show superiority in mathematical abilities when compared with American children?
- Mimi looks at her mother and says, "Grandma can't be your mother, because she is my grandmother." Mimi does not yet understand:
- a it does not include a role for reasoning about relationships and concern for others.
- b classification.
- c Elaboration
- d Asian students are in school many more days than American students.
- e they are emotionally supported for their efforts.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- all of these.
- universal ethical principles.
5 True/False Questions
A police officer visits Laura's and Brett's class to discuss safety rules. To attract the children's attention, the officer brings colorful balloons and lots of jars of bubbles for the children to blow. Later, Laura tells her parents all about the balloons and bubbles but cannot remember any of the safety rules the officer presented. Laura obviously paid more attention to what was: → salient.
A person is arrested for stealing company documents and says, "Yes, I did steal the documents, and I am willing to go to jail for it. These documents prove that the company was engaging in a cover-up of the unsafe properties of its chemical. I think the public has a right to know about it." Lawrence Kohlberg would classify this person as using _______ morality. → postconventional
Which of the following types of bullying is a girl most likely to be the victim of? → United States
What does a child get from peers that he or she typically cannot get from siblings? → None of these
__________ is almost always present when other forms of child maltreatment are identified. → Lack of conservation is reflected in centration.