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5 Matching questions

  1. Sensorimotoro
  2. Resilience
  3. Development
  4. Emerging adulthood
  5. The amygala and the prefrontal cortex
  1. a A person's ability to recover from or adapt to difficult times.
  2. b The pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs throughout life, involving both growth and decline.
  3. c During adolescence there are changes in the structure of the brain. Changes in which of the following brain structures are thought to be partially responsible for adolescent behavior?
  4. d The transitional period from adolescence to adulthood, spanning approximately 18-25 years of age.
  5. e In which of Piage's stages does object permanence happen?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her genes
  2. A research technique that involves giving an infant a choice of what object to look at.
  3. The ways that infants use their caregiver, usually their mother, as a secure base from which to explore the environment.
  4. An individual's incorporation of new information into existing knowledge.
  5. During what ages does the concrete operational stage occur?

5 True/False questions

  1. Gender rolesMany people feel that only girls should play with dolls. This is an example of____

          

  2. Sensorimotor stagePiage's first stage of cognitive development, lasting from birth to about 2 years of age, during which infants construct an understanding of the world by coordinating sensory experiences with motor (Physical) actions.

          

  3. NurtureAn individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her genes

          

  4. Preferential lookingAn infant is repeatedly shown a picture of his mother's face and a picture of geometric shapes. Each time, the infant tends to gaze at the picture of his mother's face. This finding is an example of____

          

  5. Authoritative parentingA parenting style that encourages the child to be independent but that still places limits and controls on behavior.

          

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