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  1. Concrete operational stage
  2. Emerging adulthood
  3. The monkeys preferred the cloth mother, even when the wire mother provided food.
  4. Preconventional
  5. Authoritarian
  1. a Making decisions about right and wrong based on punishments or rewards is consistent with which level of moral reasoning?
  2. b The transitional period from adolescence to adulthood, spanning approximately 18-25 years of age.
  3. c 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.
  4. d If a parent insturcts a child to do something because "I said so," this would be an example of an _____parenting style
  5. e Harry Harlow studied monkeys who were raised with 2 "mothers," one make of wire and one of terry cloth. What did he find?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. zygote
  2. In which of Piage's stages does object permanence happen?
  3. 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.
  4. Erikson's stage of Autonomy vs. Shame occurs during which ages
  5. A research technique that involves giving an infant a choice of what object to look at.

5 True/False questions

  1. PiagetExpert knowledge about the practical aspects of life.

          

  2. Identity vs. Identity ConfusionWhich socioemotional development stages occurs in adolescence?

          

  3. Preferential lookingMaking decisions about right and wrong based on punishments or rewards is consistent with which level of moral reasoning?

          

  4. AndrogenAn individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her genes

          

  5. Permissive parentingA parenting style characterized by the placement of few limits on the child's behavior.

          

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