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Jeopardy questions for HD 116 section November 1 st nd , 2007 Review for HD 115 Prelim II Emotional/Social and Language Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood 10 0 Q The display of separation anxiety signifies that this stage of attachment has been achieved A “clear-cut attachment” 20 0 Q According to Thomas and Chess, infants who have regular routines and adapt quickly to new experiences would be considered _________ A Easy 30 0 Q In the Strange Situation, a caregiver to whom a child is securely attached typically provides a _______________ from which the child can explore A Secure base 40 0 Q This is the age of the “naming explosion” for English-learning children A 12-18 months 50 0 Q This is the term for repetitive, monosyllabic vocalization or signing A Babbling Emotional/Social Development in Early Childhood 10 0 Q This is the concrete description of one’s observable characteristics, such as name, physical appearance, possessions, and everyday behaviors A Self-concept 20 0 Q This is the type of play in which children are involved in difference activities, but share materials and provide comments on one another’s behaviors A Associative play 30 0 Q According to Baumrind’s typology of parenting styles, this is the style that is high in responsiveness and low in demandingness A Permissive 40 0 Q Of emotions, attitudes, and traits, this is the means by which young children
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2008 for the course HD 1150 taught by Professor Schelhas-miller,c. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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