5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Developmental Norms
- Mid-life Crisis
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Gender Constancy
- a 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.
- b A neurological disorder, most commonly found in late adulthood, characterized by progressive losses in memory and cognitive and changes in personality.
- c The tendency in certain species to follow the first moving thing (usually its mother) it sees after it is born or hatched
- d The average ages at which skills are achieved such as movement, grasping, crawling and walking
- e The realization that gender does not change with age
5 Multiple choice questions
- Knowledge of what behavior is appropriate for each gender
- Elkind's term for adolescent's delusion that they are unique, very important, and invulnerable.
- The tendency to cling viperously to an adults finger or any to any object placed in their hands
- The onset of sexual maturation, with accompanying physical development
- Sense of independence; a desire to be controlled by others
5 True/False questions
Solitary Play → A child engaged in a recreational activity alone; the earliest form of play
Cooperative Play → Two or more children engaged in play that requires interaction
Swallowing Reflex → Enables the baby to swallow milk and other liquids without choking
Piaget's Formal-operational Stage → representing things with words and images; use intuitive rather than logical reasoning
Neonates → New born babies