5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- social mediation
- initiative vs. guilt
- goodness of fit
- sensorimotor intelligence
- a Thomas and Chess- combines genetics and environment, child rearing to match temperament
- b human interaction that expands and advances understanding, often through words that one person used to explain something to another
- c Brain's ability to reorganize and change its structure and function throughout its lifespan.
- d Erikson's third stage in which the child finds independence in planning, playing and other activities
- e Piaget's term for the way infants think by using their senses and motor skills during the first period of cognitive development
5 Multiple choice questions
- failure to distinguish others' views from my own, self centered
- allow neurons to recieve input from other neurons
- reactivity, speed and intensity of emotional arousal, attention, and motor activity
- a growth disorder usually present by 18 months of age that is caused by lack of affection and stimulation
- Ainsworth- secure, avoidant, resistant, disorganized/disoriented. Bowlby preattachment, attachment-in-the-making, clear-cut attachment, formation of a reciprocal relationship.
5 True/False questions
Guided participation → sit and do learning together
autonomy vs. shame → Eriksons' second psychosocial crisis. suitable guidance, reasonable choices, juice or milk? you pick
scaffolding → redundant, unused, getting rid of unused
synapses → allow neurons to recieve input from other neurons
receptive language → this is what I hear and and I respond but I can't speak it all back to you.