5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Gender Constancy
- Identity Crisis
- Developmental Norms
- a The time in a woman's life when menstruation ceases
- b The onset of sexual maturation, with accompanying physical development
- c The average ages at which skills are achieved such as movement, grasping, crawling and walking
- d The realization that gender does not change with age
- e A period of intense self-examination and decision making; part of the process of identity formation
5 Multiple choice questions
- Two children playing side by side at similar activities but playing little or no attention to each other; the earliest kind of social interaction between toddlers
- A time when adults discover they no longer feel fulfilled in their jobs or personal lives and attempt to make a decisive shift in their career or lifestyle.
- The stage of development from conception to birth
- name given to a human embryo after 3 months
- Elkind's term for adolescent's delusion that they are unique, very important, and invulnerable.
5 True/False questions
Gender Identity → The realization that gender does not change with age
Placenta → An organ that nourishes the embryo and the fetus
Sucking Reflex → Very young babies take what looks like walking steps if they are held upright with there feet just touching a flat surface
Piaget's Formal-operational Stage → Can now think logically and about hypothetical statements, can judge consequences, increases with age.
Piaget's Sensory Motor Stage → representing things with words and images; use intuitive rather than logical reasoning