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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 7:08 PM Submitted 3/29/18 7:46 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 96 out of 100 points Time Elapsed 37 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. Which of the following is used in the Bayley Scales of Infant Development? A behavior rating scale A maternal behavior scale A behavior rating scale A scale measuring the cultural influences on an infant A scale measuring the environmental influences on an infant Question 2 Selected Answer: a. Answers: a. b. c. d. According to research by Mayor & Plunkett in 2010, _____ gradually pull back to their proper references as a child’s vocabulary and ability to classify objects develop. overextensions overextensions exclamations holophrases intonations Question 3 Which of the following represents a primary circular reaction? 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. Kala accidentally touching her nose with her thumb and then repeating it Jose turning toward the sound of his mother’s voice Kala accidentally touching her nose with her thumb and then repeating it Lorenzo flinching when his brother pinches him Megan reaching out for her teddy bear Question 4 Selected Answer: d. Answers: a. b. c. d. Julia was working on her laptop one day and her 18-month-old daughter was sitting on her lap. A week later, when she was working on her laptop again, her daughter reached out from her lap and started pressing the keys of the laptop. In this scenario, Julia’s daughter is
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