Module 2 Exam Review.pdf - Module 2 Exam Review(Toddlerhood Early Childhood Middle Childhood Chapter 6 Toddlerhood • 5.1 Describe the typical changes

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Module 2 Exam Review (Toddlerhood, Early Childhood & Middle Childhood) Chapter 6 Toddlerhood 5.1 - Describe the typical changes in physical growth that take place in toddlerhood and explain the harmful effects of nutritional deficiencies on growth. 5.2 - Describe the changes in brain development that take place during toddlerhood, and identify the two most common methods of measuring brain activity. 5.5 - Compare and contrast the process and timing of toilet training in developed countries and traditional cultures. 5. 8 - Explain Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory of cognitive development and contrast it with Piaget’s theory. 5. 9 - Summarize the evidence for the biological and evolutionary bases of language. 5.11 - Identify how parents’ stimulation of toddlers’ language varies across cultures and evaluate how these variations relate to language development. 5.12 - Describe how emotional development advances during toddlerhood and identify the impact of culture on these changes. 5.15 - Describe the essential features of attachment theory and identify the four classifications of attachment. 5.16 - Identify the key factors influencing the quality of toddlers’ attachment to their mothers, and explain what effect attachment quality has on development. 1. Children who do not eat a balanced diet with enough protein are _________. a. likely to develop the same as other children b. more likely to have poorly functioning immune systems c. always getting enough food d. likely to have only temporary damage to their physical development 2. A(n) ____ is to electrical activity as a(n) ____ is to magnetic field. a.PET; ECGb.ECG; PETc.EEG; fMRId.fMRI; EEG 3. What is a sign that your toddler is ready to be toilet trained? 4. ____ is the difference between skills or tasks that children can accomplish alone and those they are capable of performing if guided by an adult or a more competent peer.
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a. Self efficacy b. Animism c. Zone of proximal development d. Deferred imitation
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