5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which of the following describes what Lev Vygotsky believed about the development of thought and language?
- Two identical glasses are filled to the same level with juice. A child then watches as the juice from one glass is poured into a taller, thinner glass. A child who is capable of concrete operational thought might say:
- Your best friend sideswipes a car and drives away without reporting the accident. You do not report it either, even though you worry about the owner's loss, but over the next few days, you do talk to your friend about it. Your actions suggest that you are in which of Kohlberg's moral reasoning stages?
- Which of the following types of bullying is a girl most likely to be the victim of?
- Students who are high on Robert J. Sternberg's ________ intelligence tend to be favored in conventional schooling.
- a Thought and language develop independently at first and merge later in development.
- b being hit, slapped, or pushed
- c creative.
- d individualism, instrumental purpose, and exchange
- e "It's still the same amount of juice—you can tell by just pouring it back."
5 Multiple choice questions
- there is greater pressure for boys.
- are irrelevant for the total amount.
- Asperger syndrome
- pay attention.
- The status of females in relation to males is different in different ethnic groups.
5 True/False questions
Overall, the effects of television on children's development are: → can be compromised by suggestions.
A parent who uses a restrictive, punitive style to control the behavior of their children is a(n): → authoritarian parent.
Which of the following would probably be the most developmentally appropriate type of discipline tactic for an 11-year-old? → the education level of the mother
A parent who denies, ignores, or tries to change the negative emotions of their children would be called an: → emotion-dismissing parent.
The fact that well-adjusted females used to be thought of as dependent, nurturing, and uninterested in power and well-adjusted males were thought of as independent, aggressive, and powerful reflects deeply rooted: → gender stereotypes.