5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Formal operational stage
- Cellular-clock theory
- Crystallized intelligence
- Authoritative parenting
- Two months
- a In the development of a human when does the fetal period start?
- b A person's knowledge of the working of automobiles is an example of
- c Piaget's fourth stage of cognitive development, which begins at age 11-15 and continues throughout the adulthood; it features thinking about things that are not concrete, making predictions, and using logic to some up with hypotheses about thee future.
- d A parenting style that encourages the child to be independent but that still places limits and controls on behavior.
- e Which theory of aging states that our cells can only divide about 100 times, which is why humans can only live to about 120?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- During what ages does the concrete operational stage occur?
- Piaget's third stage of cognitive development, lasting from about 7-11 years of age, during which the individual uses operations and replaces intuitive reasoning with logical reasoning in concrete situations.
- Piage's second stage of cognitive development, lasting from about 2-7 years of age, during which thought is more symbolic than sensorimotor thought.
- The pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs throughout life, involving both growth and decline.
- Harry Harlow studied monkeys who were raised with 2 "mothers," one make of wire and one of terry cloth. What did he find?
5 True/False Questions
Nurture → An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her genes
Temperament → The pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs throughout life, involving both growth and decline.
Ages 1 and a half- 3 → Roles that reflect the individual's expectations for how females and males should think, act, and feel.
Sensorimotoro → Piage'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.
Permissive parenting → A parenting style characterized by the placement of few limits on the child's behavior.