5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- THere are approxiately ________Montessori schools in the United States today?
- Which of the following is more likely to occur in the child of a woman who smokes?
- • Across childhood and adolescence, research suggests that:
- • Tadako's teachers have steadily been working on her self-esteem by frequently commenting on how nice it is to have Tadako as a member of their classes. Which strategy are these teachers engaging in?
- • Currently, researchers are considering all of the following as possible causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), EXCEPT:
- a girls engage in more prosocial behavior
- b emotional support and social approval
- c attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- d 4000
- e child abuse
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- their age
- reciprocal socialization
- being bullied over his looks or his speech
- concrete operations
5 True/False Questions
In talking with Grandma on the phone, little Marcelo suddenly exclaims, "Oh, look at that pretty red bird!" WHen his grandmother asks him to describe the bird, Marcelo says,"Out there, out there! RIght there, Grandma!" He finally gets frustrated and hangs up. This is an example of: → The program was adjusted to provide healthier foods to recipients.
Infants begin to communicate at: → actively construct their own cognitive as different cognitive abilities develop
• When compared to the Binet intelligence test, the Wechsler test offers the advantage of: → o -being bullied over his looks or his speech
Cases such as the "WildBoy Adveyron" and "Genie" cause us to wonder whether language is → Correlation does not equal causation
Maybe you've hear the song that goes, "Here's the story of a lovely lady who was bringing up three very lovely girls!" The song goes on to sing, "It's the story of a man named Brady who was living with three boys of his own." The fact that the Brady Bunch was about two single parents, each with their own children, who got married created a _________ family. → o -In some cultures, high levels of moral reasoning derive from different values than those that form the basis of Lawrence Kohlberg's claims.