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Review Test Submission: Ch. 5 Quiz User Catrina Greene Course 2018SP Developmental Psych (PSY-241-2902) Test Ch. 5 Quiz Started 3/29/18 9:34 PM Submitted 3/29/18 9:56 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 96 out of 100 points Time Elapsed 22 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. Benjamin is a two-month-old baby who accidentally discovers his thumbs. He waves them around for a while and then sticks one of them in his mouth. He repeats this for a few times. Benjamin’s behavior is an example of: a primary circular reaction. deferred imitation. a primary circular reaction. a tertiary circular reaction. echolalia. Question 2 Selected Answer: a. Answers: a. b. c. d. Which of the following is a symptom of Wernicke’s aphasia? Trouble understanding speech Trouble understanding speech Short stature and infertility Inability to walk Laborious and patterned speech Question 3 4 out of 4 points 4 out of 4 points 4 out of 4 points
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Selected Answer: b. Answers: a. b. c. d. Around the sixth month, an infant searches for an object that has rolled out of sight. In the context of Piaget’s stages of development, this is evidence of _________ . object permanence canalization object permanence habituation object representation Question 4 Selected Answer: c. Answers: a. b. c. d. The Bayley scales primarily measure: mental and motor abilities of infants. genetic influences on intelligence. environmental influences on intelligence. mental and motor abilities of infants. the development of a fetus. Question 5 Selected Answer: c. Answers: a. b. c. d. Suppose Feriha, an infant, is familiar with a ball but not with a bat. When she is given a bat for the first time, she is able to distinguish between the two objects. This ability to discriminate between the two objects is referred to as _________ .
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