ch 1 quiz notes - Josephine was a parent in the Middle Ages...

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Josephine was a parent in the Middle Ages during a time when the original sin view of childhood was very popular. Her interactions with her 5-year-old son Napoleon would therefore involve attempts to ensure his religious salvation. After hearing a lecture on philosophy, June decides to treat her 10- week-old son, Timmy, in a manner consistent with the philosophy of John Locke. As a result, June now believes that Timmy knows virtually nothing. Currently childhood is, all of these. Near the turn of the nineteenth century, French psychologist Alfred Binet invented many tasks to study attention and memory. Which device was used in the observation of children by allowing for the direct study of children without interrupting them? Photographic dome G. Stanley Hall theorized that child development has stages with motives and capabilities. Culture refers to the behavior patterns, beliefs, and all other products of a particular group of people that are passed on from generation to generation. As a college student, you are studying ethnicity. Which scenario should not be considered ? a 4-year-old and her home located in a poverty-stricken area Resilience in relation to children means that all of these. At the parent/teacher conference in school, Ms. Johnson wants to share information about Meredith's socioemotional development with her parents. What topic will she not include? her height and
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weight changes since the beginning of school Which activity is characteristic of infancy? All of these Helen is learning to read, write, and do mathematics. She is also very interested in doing these activities well. Based on this information, which stage of development is Helen most likely in?
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