5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- separation anxiety
- Operant conditioning
- a the fear of being away from the parent and the desire to avoid strangers. begins from nine to about eighteen months
- b Vygotsky's idea that learners should be given only just enough help so that they can reach the next level
- c failure to distinguish others' views from my own, self centered
- d infants act, or operate, on the environment, and stimuli, that follow their behavior change the probability that the behavior will occur again.
- e connections between the nuerons
5 Multiple choice questions
- allow neurons to recieve input from other neurons
- what child can do alone vs. with assistance
- 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
- this is what I hear and and I respond but I can't speak it all back to you.
- Ainsworth- secure, avoidant, resistant, disorganized/disoriented. Bowlby preattachment, attachment-in-the-making, clear-cut attachment, formation of a reciprocal relationship.
5 True/False questions
goodness of fit → beginning to understand people around them more in order to understand other peoples feelings, if I break this mom will get mad.
autonomy vs. shame → belief that inanimate objects have lifelike qualities
animism → redundant, unused, getting rid of unused
social referencing → relying on others emotional reactions to appraise situations, caregivers can use to teach children how to react to everyday events
sensorimotor intelligence → Piaget's term for the way infants think by using their senses and motor skills during the first period of cognitive development