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Submitted by Tsihlis, Elias (tsihlise25) on 12/15/2010 11:20:59 AM Points Awarded 0.00 Points Missed 102.00 Percentage 0% 1. Which best describes how an infant's temperament and his or her attachment pattern are related? A) Temperament matters, especially if the infant is irritable, fearful and/or unresponsive, but the quality of care is more important B) Infants with difficult temperaments tend to have avoidant attachment patters C) Securely attached infants always have an easy temperament D) Infant temperament is unrelated to attachment Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): A 2. Primary emotions emerge in all typically-developing infants at about the same age. Facial expressions and how they are interpreted is are also similar in all cultures, which suggests that A) they reflect individual differences in temperament B) they are biologically programmed C) are closely associated with moral development D) they are learned from the primary caregiver Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): B 3. In his research on emotional development in infants, Izard used ______________________ to determine the range of emotions experienced by infants.
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A) analysis of facial expression B) clinical interview C) habituation to emotional stimulation D) observation Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): A 4. The fact that there are more single-parent families today than there were twenty or thirty years ago means that the number of ____________________ has increased as well. A) children living in poverty in the United States B) multi-generational families C) children that are born in the United States D) adults over the age of eighty-five Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): A 5. According to John Bowlby, the attachment relationship between mother and infant becomes a(n) ___________________________ for close, intimate relationships later in life. A) secure base B) imprint C) internal working model D) critical period Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): C 6. Urie Bronfenbrenner is associated with the ________________________ model of human development.
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A) bioecological B) cognitive C) psychodynamic D) humanistic Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): A 7. Although a warm, __________________________ parenting style can work with older children, younger children reared with this style tend to be impulsive, self-centered, sometimes aggressive and low achievers. A) Permissive B) Neglectful C) Authoritarian D) Authoritative Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): A 8. Bowlby and Ainsworth's research on attachment contradicts Freud's belief that A) there are five stages of psychosexual development B) the attachment bond will be most secure if a mother is relaxed and generous in her feeding practices C) human beings are motivated by unconscious forces D) infants are driven by the pleasure principle Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): B 9.
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According to Bronfenbrenner, which level of the social environment provides a linkage between two of a person's microsystems? A) Mesosystem
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ART, PSYCH 101, 1021, taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at St.Francis College.

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