5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- separation anxiety
- social contagion
- preoperational thought
- a arranging objects in sequential order according to one aspect, such as size, weight, or volume
- b the fear of being away from the parent and the desire to avoid strangers. begins from nine to about eighteen months
- c Piaget- gains in mental representation, make believe play, symbol-real-world relations. Limitations, egocentrism, conservatism, hierarchical classification, animistic thinking.
- d imitative behavior involving the spread of behavior, emotions, and ideas
- e ability to understand mass and volume, different shape glasses
5 Multiple choice questions
- Thomas and Chess- combines genetics and environment, child rearing to match temperament
- sit and do learning together
- what child can do alone vs. with assistance
- Eriksons' second psychosocial crisis. suitable guidance, reasonable choices, juice or milk? you pick
5 True/False questions
receptive language → words children use to communicate with others
irreversibility → Brain's ability to reorganize and change its structure and function throughout its lifespan.
initiative vs. guilt → this is what I hear and and I respond but I can't speak it all back to you.
sensorimotor intelligence → Piaget's term for the way infants think by using their senses and motor skills during the first period of cognitive development
Over-regularization → master grammatical rules then overextend them.