5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Guided participation
- forms of attachment
- fear of strangers
- a Ainsworth- secure, avoidant, resistant, disorganized/disoriented. Bowlby preattachment, attachment-in-the-making, clear-cut attachment, formation of a reciprocal relationship.
- b xenophobia
- c master grammatical rules then overextend them.
- d sit and do learning together
- e ability to understand mass and volume, different shape glasses
5 Multiple choice questions
- redundant, unused, getting rid of unused
- Thomas and Chess- combines genetics and environment, child rearing to match temperament
- reaching, grasping, self help, dressing eating, drawing and painting
- Erikson's third stage in which the child finds independence in planning, playing and other activities
- words children use to communicate with others
5 True/False questions
neuroplasticity → Brain's ability to reorganize and change its structure and function throughout its lifespan.
nonorganic failure to thrive → a growth disorder usually present by 18 months of age that is caused by lack of affection and stimulation
social mediation → imitative behavior involving the spread of behavior, emotions, and ideas
gross motor skills → crawlingb, standing, walking, balance improves, gain smooth and rythmic movements, upper and lower body skills combine into refined actions by 5, greater speed and endurance
trust vs mistrust → Erikson's psychosocial stages about first year, need from caregiver is responsiveness