Chapter 9 and 10- Child development, adolescence, and adulthood
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- critical period
- moro reflex
- spina bifida
- chorionic villus sampling
- a a technique of detecting fetal abnormalities that involves examination of fetal material extracted from the chorion
- b in Piaget's theory, the ability to recognize that the quantity or amount of an objet remains constant despite the superficial changes in its outward appearance.
- c an optimal period shortly after birth when an organism's exposure to certain stimuli or experiences produces proper development
- d a neural tube defect in which the child is born with a hole in the tube surrounding the spinal cord.
- e an inborn reflex, elicited by a sudden noise or loss of support, in which the infant extends its arms, arches its back, and brings its arms toward each other as though attempting to grab a hold of someone.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a bone disease characterized by a loss of bone density in which the bones become porous, brittle, and more prone to fracture.
- a form of intelligence associated with the ability to use accumulated knowledge.
- a sense of one's identity and personal worth
- the expression of sorrow or grief in accordance with a set of customs, such as wearing black clothing
- the stage of prenatal development from implantation through about the eighth week of pregnancy during which the major organ systems begin to form.
5 True/False Questions
toddler → autonomy vs. shame and doubt
Babinkski reflex → The reflexive blinking of the eyes that protects the newborn from bright light and foreign objects.
zygote → a fertilized egg cell
cognition → all the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering, and communicating.
developmental psychology → the branch of psychology that explores physical, emotional, cognitive, and social aspects of development.