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5 Matching questions

  1. Nurture
  2. Two months
  3. Gender roles
  4. Formal operational stage
  5. Conservation
  1. a Understanding that while the shape of an object may change, the mass of the object stays the same is an example of
  2. b An individual's environmental and social experiences.
  3. c Piaget's fourth stage of cognitive development, which begins at age 11-15 and continues throughout the adulthood; it features thinking about things that are not concrete, making predictions, and using logic to some up with hypotheses about thee future.
  4. d In the development of a human when does the fetal period start?
  5. e Roles that reflect the individual's expectations for how females and males should think, act, and feel.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A person's knowledge of the working of automobiles is an example of
  2. An individual's adjustment of his or her schemas to new informational.
  3. Piage's second stage of cognitive development, lasting from about 2-7 years of age, during which thought is more symbolic than sensorimotor thought.
  4. Piage's first stage of cognitive development, lasting from birth to about 2 years of age, during which infants construct an understanding of the world by coordinating sensory experiences with motor (Physical) actions.
  5. An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her genes

5 True/False questions

  1. Neglectful parentingA parenting style characterized by the placement of few limits on the child's behavior.

          

  2. AuthoritarianWhich parenting style is generally associated with the best child outcomes?

          

  3. Authoritative parentingA restrictive, punitive style in which the parenst exhorts the child to follow the parent's directions and to value hard work and effort.

          

  4. PubertyWhich theorist is most closely associated with the theory of cognitive development?

          

  5. TemperamentThe pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs throughout life, involving both growth and decline.