FINAL EXAM 212 - FINAL EXAM 1(Multiple Choice Worth 3.33...

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FINAL EXAM 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Muscular control in an infant birth to four months begins with: the head and neck begins with the shoulders begins with the hands and feet begins with the torso Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Newborns'movements are: carefully organized reflexive coordinated identical for each newborn Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Most newborns sleep: 10-12 hours a day 12-14 hours a day 14 to 17 hours a day 16-18 hours a day Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) The newborn is able to focus: 8 to 14 inches 10-12 inches 6-8 inches 9 inches Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) The newborn's basic style of behavior which emerges during the first four months is known as: basic personality personality style
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sensory threshold temperament Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) The most important strategy a caregiver can utilize for emotional development of a three month old infant is: utilizing the 3 A's moving the infant around frequently. rocking the infant to sleep. allowing the infant to cry for short periods of time each day. Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) According to Piaget's theory of Cognitive Development, a newborn spends the majority of his first 4 months in which stage? Concrete Operational Stage Formal Operational Stage Preoperational State Sensorimotor Stage Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Sitting when propped or in a high chair and beginning to sit alone are physical development milestones for an infant ages three to six months four to eight months newborn to four months it varies from infant to infant Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) _____________ involves reaching, grasping and releasing. Locomotion Object permanence Manipulation Eye hand coordination
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Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) People whom the infant does not know or does know but does not often see may cause the infant to experience fear known as: stranger anxiety. separation anxiety. avoident attachment. attachment disorder. Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) The stage of language development when the infant plays with speech sounds is known as: Cooing Telegraphic speech Babbling Baby talk Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) The develpmental age when an infant recognizes self in mirror, seeks independence and actions and plays self-designed games is: birth to 4 months four months to 8 months eight to twelve months none of the above, development is purely individual. Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Providing a quiet space and time for a 4 to 8 month old infant is a caregiver strategy to foster which area of development? Social Development Physical Development Cognitive Development Emotional Development Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 3.33 points) Labeling and describing objects for a 4 to 8 month old is a developmental strategy in language helping infants develop: lexical words.
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grammatical words.
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  • Fall '10
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  • Multiple Choice Worth, Preoperational State Sensorimotor Stage, Social Development Physical Development Cognitive Development Emotional Development

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