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5 Matching questions

  1. Prenatal Development
  2. Cooperative Play
  3. Piaget's Sensory Motor Stage
  4. Mid-Life Transition
  5. Alzheimer's Disease
  1. a A neurological disorder, most commonly found in late adulthood, characterized by progressive losses in memory and cognitive and changes in personality.
  2. b Two or more children engaged in play that requires interaction
  3. c According to levinson, a process whereby adults assess the past and formulate new goals for the future
  4. d Birth to 2 years; main activities involve sucking and grasping; must achieve object permanence and mental representations
  5. e The stage of development from conception to birth

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Can now think logically and about hypothetical statements, can judge consequences, increases with age.
  2. A period of intense self-examination and decision making; part of the process of identity formation
  3. Toxic Agents that cross the placenta and result in birth defects
  4. The time in a woman's life when menstruation ceases
  5. An organ that nourishes the embryo and the fetus

5 True/False questions

  1. Object PermanenceToxic Agents that cross the placenta and result in birth defects

          

  2. Gender IdentityA little girl's knowledge hat she is a girl, and a little boy's knowledge that he is a bay

          

  3. MenarcheThe time in a woman's life when menstruation ceases

          

  4. EmbryoThe onset of sexual maturation, with accompanying physical development

          

  5. Solitary PlayA child engaged in a recreational activity alone; the earliest form of play

          

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