5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The most common problem that characterizes children with learning disabilities is the inability to:
- Tiesha's behavior is controlled by external rewards and punishments reflecting which level of Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of moral development?
- Colin does not earn high grades on standardized tests but has a black belt in martial arts. According to Gardner, Colin has _______ skills.
- According to Lawrence Kohlberg, the highest and most internalized level of moral development is to be found in the stage called:
- How would an 8-year-old child most likely describe herself?
- a universal ethical principles.
- b "I am nice, and I have a friend named Julie."
- c spatial
- d preconventional reasoning
- e pay attention.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The overly simplistic model that suggests that birth-order effects are very large ignores the complexity of influences on a child's development.
- it allows children to relieve and master tension and anxiety.
5 True/False questions
Why are there different patterns of gender-related attitudes and behavior in different ethnic groups? → The status of females in relation to males is different in different ethnic groups.
If you were to ask a 6-year-old child to give you another word for "fair," which of the following responses would you be most likely to get? → concrete.
In response to child misbehavior, most child psychologists recommend: → all of these.
The drawings that 3-year-old Sally creates tend to be rather inventive and include scribbled designs that represent people, houses, cars, dogs, and so on. Which Piagetian stage/substage of cognitive development is Sally in? → symbolic function substage
Myelination in the brain serves to: → nerve cells become insulated with a layer of fat.