5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- gross motor development
- Secure infants are more likely to mature into happier, friendlier children
- sensorimotor stage
- stranger anxiety
- John Locke
- a stage of cognitive development when children learn to coordinate vision with touch
- b An advantage of developing a secure attachment between infant and caregiver
- c philosopher who believed that the mind is like tabula rasa, a blank slate.
- d refers to babies' progress in coordinating major muscle groups, such as the arms, and the legs and the trunk.
- e happens around eight months when infants develop a fear of strangers
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Studies have generally shown that nonparental day care in itself has a strong, clearly definable impact on child development. Is this true or false?
- type of development that developmental psychologists study
- A child cannot understand the law of conservation, what does that indicate about his or her thinking?
- what motor development stage comes first?
- reflex in which babies turn toward the stimuli that touch their cheeks or the corners of their mouths
5 True/False Questions
childhood → the period from two years old to adolescence
preoperational stage → stage of cognitive development when children begin to use words and symbols to represent objects
Jean Piaget → philosopher who believed that the mind is like tabula rasa, a blank slate.
cross-sectional → reflex in which babies turn toward the stimuli that touch their cheeks or the corners of their mouths
Moro reflex → an involuntary reaction or response, such as swallowing.