5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Piaget's Formal-operational Stage
- Mid-Life Transition
- Mid-life Crisis
- Piaget's Concrete-Operational Stage
- 5 Stages of Dying
- a Can now think logically and about hypothetical statements, can judge consequences, increases with age.
- b A time when adults discover they no longer feel fulfilled in their jobs or personal lives and attempt to make a decisive shift in their career or lifestyle.
- c Children become more flexible in their thinking
- d According to levinson, a process whereby adults assess the past and formulate new goals for the future
- e 1)Denial
5 Multiple choice questions
- New born babies
- Very young babies take what looks like walking steps if they are held upright with there feet just touching a flat surface
- Birth to 2 years; main activities involve sucking and grasping; must achieve object permanence and mental representations
- The onset of sexual maturation, with accompanying physical development
- Elkind's term for adolescent's delusion that they are unique, very important, and invulnerable.
5 True/False questions
Solitary Play → A child engaged in a recreational activity alone; the earliest form of play
Identity Crisis → A period of intense self-examination and decision making; part of the process of identity formation
Alzheimer's Disease → Elkind's term for adolescent's delusion that they are constantly being observed by others.
Imprinting → the developing human organism
Gender Constancy → A little girl's knowledge hat she is a girl, and a little boy's knowledge that he is a bay