5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cooperative Play
- Parallel Play
- a Two or more children engaged in play that requires interaction
- b Two children playing side by side at similar activities but playing little or no attention to each other; the earliest kind of social interaction between toddlers
- c Toxic Agents that cross the placenta and result in birth defects
- d The time in a woman's life when menstruation ceases
- e Sense of independence; a desire to be controlled by others
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A period of intense self-examination and decision making; part of the process of identity formation
- The realization that gender does not change with age
- Enables the baby to swallow milk and other liquids without choking
- Can now think logically and about hypothetical statements, can judge consequences, increases with age.
- A neurological disorder, most commonly found in late adulthood, characterized by progressive losses in memory and cognitive and changes in personality.
5 True/False Questions
Rooting Reflex → The baby's tendency to turn its head when something touches its cheek
Mid-life Crisis → 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.
Imprinting → An organ that nourishes the embryo and the fetus
Critical Period → The baby's tendency to turn its head when something touches its cheek
Piaget's Sensory Motor Stage → Birth to 2 years; main activities involve sucking and grasping; must achieve object permanence and mental representations