5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Five-year-olds who were surprised to discover that a Band-Aids box contained pencils were able to anticipate their friend's false belief about the contents of the box. This best illustrates that the children had developed a
A) secure attachment.
B) sense of object permanence.
C) theory of mind.
D) concept of conservation.
- Boys who tend to be fearless and impulsive at age 6 are
A) less likely to smoke and more likely to drink alcohol as teens.
B) more likely to smoke and less likely to drink alcohol as teens.
C) less likely to smoke and less likely to drink alcohol as teens.
D) more likely to smoke and more likely to drink alcohol as teens.
- The labels "easy," "difficult," and "slow-to-warm-up" are used to refer to differences in an infant's
- The impact of our cultural backgrounds on the development of our personal values best illustrates the influence of
D) the environment.
- Hypnosis involves a state of
A) increased physical stamina.
B) heightened openness to suggestion. C) improved perceptual skills.
D) elevated autonomic arousal
- a C) theory of mind.
- b D) more likely to smoke and more likely to drink alcohol as teens.
- c D) the environment.
- d B) heightened openness to suggestion.
- e C) temperament.
5 Multiple choice questions
- D) stranger anxiety.
- C) mere exposure.
- B) inhibiting
- A) sensorimotor
- A) frontal lobes.
5 True/False questions
Mrs. Pearson cut Judy's hot dog into eight pieces and Sylvia's into six pieces. Sylvia cried because she felt she wasn't getting as much hot dog as Judy. Piaget would say that Sylvia doesn't understand the principle of
A) object permanence.
D) accommodation → B) conservation.
One variation in the autism spectrum is characterized by normal intelligence, often accompanied by exceptional skill in a particular area, but deficient social and communication skills. This disorder is called
B) infantile amnesia.
C) Alzheimer's disease.
D) Asperger syndrome → C) behavior genetics.
An African butterfly that is green in the summer turns brown in the fall thanks to a temperature-controlled genetic switch. This best illustrates that genes are
D) protein molecules. → B) dopamine
When researcher Karen Wynn showed 5-month-old infants a numerically impossible outcome, the infants
A) stared longer at the outcome.
B) displayed rapid imprinting.
C) demonstrated an obvious lack of object permanence.
D) showed signs of formal operational reasoning. → A) stared longer at the outcome.
Repeated use of an opiate
A) decreases the brain's production of endorphins.
B) increases heart and breathing rates.
C) is not associated with any serious withdrawal symptoms.
D) triggers auditory as well as visual hallucinations. → A) decreases the brain's production of endorphins.