5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- gross motor skills
- goodness of fit
- fear of strangers
- a Brain's ability to reorganize and change its structure and function throughout its lifespan.
- b Thomas and Chess- combines genetics and environment, child rearing to match temperament
- c xenophobia
- d master grammatical rules then overextend them.
- e crawlingb, standing, walking, balance improves, gain smooth and rythmic movements, upper and lower body skills combine into refined actions by 5, greater speed and endurance
5 Multiple choice questions
- connections between the nuerons
- failure to distinguish others' views from my own, self centered
- cannot mentally reverse a set of steps-always drive to store one way
- the fear of being away from the parent and the desire to avoid strangers. begins from nine to about eighteen months
- sit and do learning together
5 True/False questions
Neurons → redundant, unused, getting rid of unused
temperament → reactivity, speed and intensity of emotional arousal, attention, and motor activity
preoperational thought → Piaget- gains in mental representation, make believe play, symbol-real-world relations. Limitations, egocentrism, conservatism, hierarchical classification, animistic thinking.
trust vs mistrust → Eriksons' first psychosocial crisis. infants learn basic trust if the world is a secure place where their basic needs (for food, comfort, attention, and so on) are met
social contagion → human interaction that expands and advances understanding, often through words that one person used to explain something to another