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Ch. 6 Quiz (2)– PSY241.pdf

Ch. 6 Quiz (2)– PSY241.pdf - Review Test Submission Ch 6...

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Review Test Submission: Ch. 6 Quiz User Catrina Greene Course 2018SP Developmental Psych (PSY-241-2902) Test Ch. 6 Quiz Started 3/31/18 10:45 PM Submitted 3/31/18 11:04 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 100 out of 100 points Time Elapsed 19 minutes out of 1 hour Instructions Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers There are 25 multiple-choice questions randomly selected from Chapter question pools. Each question is worth 4 points. This quiz is timed for 60 minutes and you may attempt this quiz twice. Do not open this quiz unless you are prepared to complete it. This means you cannot save this quiz for a later time (once you open it, you must complete the quiz). Once you have submitted the quiz, check your grade under My Grades to make sure it recorded your score. If your score does not show in the gradebook, email your instructor immediately. If you are kicked out of this quiz, you will need to email your instructor as soon as possible for a reset. Any quiz with a paper/pencil icon will be assumed to be incomplete and will receive a zero. Question 1 Selected Answer: b. Answers: a. b. c. d. Aiden, a 3-year-old, is severely malnourished and constantly falls ill. His mother does not take care of his personal hygiene and makes him wear unwashed clothes for weeks. In this scenario, Aiden is a victim of _____. physical neglect physical abuse physical neglect sexual abuse childhood molestation Question 2 Selected Answer: a. Answers: a. b. c. d. Which of the following is true of male children? They are encouraged to engage in more physical activity than girls. They are encouraged to engage in more physical activity than girls. They are discouraged from participating in rough-and-tumble play by their parents. They are most likely to play with dolls, doll furniture, dishes, and toy animals. They are likely to be decked out in pink or yellow attire embellished with ruffles and lace. 4 out of 4 points 4 out of 4 points
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Question 3 Selected Answer: d. Answers: a. b. c. d. According to the _________ view of attachment supported by Konrad Lorenz, attachment is an inborn or instinctive response to a specific stimulus. ethological behavioral cognitive psychoanalytic ethological Question 4 Selected Answer: a. Answers: a. b. c. d. Infants who display social referencing: use caregivers’ facial expressions or tone of voice as clues on how to respond. use caregivers’ facial expressions or tone of voice as clues on how to respond. are indifferent to new situations or persons as long as their caregivers are present. form their own view of a situation or person. always look away from a disturbing event or suck their thumbs. Question 5 Selected Answer: b. Answers: a. b. c. d. Who among the following children is most likely a victim of emotional abuse? Clark, a 12-year-old, who does not interact much with people as his father often criticizes him and calls him a “good-for-nothing fellow” Simon, who regularly skips school four days a week and his parents are fine with it Clark, a 12-year-old, who does not interact much with people as his father often
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