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For normal early development to occur...
change in maturation and growth underlies human development
Erikson's theory as opposed to Frued's theory, emphasized:
Success in confronting specific conflicts across the lifespan
Middle adulthood is usually a time when:
Crystalized intelligence improves
Which of the following elements should not be included in the definition of culture?
Language and memory
This abnormal genetic disorder includes dysmorphism?
During infancy, the most important functional aspects of the parent/caregiver and child relationship include:
Attachment emotional connection between newborn and caregiver
School readiness for a child's success in the classroom environment would mean they are:
Independent in ADL's and able to follow directions
According to Piaget's theory, a child is observed playing cards; the child can sort the cards by suit and number. Which of the following stages of cognitive development is the child exhibiting?
Concrete operational stage
A 2 year-old is left at daycare by the mother, the child cries but settles down once the mother leaves. When the mother returns after work, the child sees her yet ignores her. The mother picks the child up to get and hug, the child reacts by pushing her away. According to the theorist Mary Ainsworth, the child is exhibiting which type of attachment?
Middle childhood play groups differ from those formed by adolescents in that:
Middle childhood play still includes fantasy and unstructured playground time
According to normal developmental milestones at what age should a child sit unsupported?
6 to 8 months
One implication of Jean Piaget's cognitive theory is to understand:
How human beings come to know what they know
As parent of 2 normal adolescent children, John and Ellen know that there are social challenges for adolescents and in order to support positive youth development they:
Give independence but with limits
An individuals new behavior is primarily influenced by interactions with the environment and is the belief that ________ plays a powerful role in human development.
Cultural differences regarding motor development for the therapy practitioner means:
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