Quiz Chapter 8 Answers

Quiz Chapter 8 Answers - HDFS2303.003 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT...

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HDFS2303.003 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER 8 EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD 1) According to Erikson, once preschoolers have a sense of autonomy, they become less _______ than they were as toddlers. A) playful B) industrious C) contrary D) purposeful Answer: C 2) For Erikson, the negative outcome of early childhood is an overly strict ________ that causes children to feel too much _________ because they have been threatened, criticized, and punished excessively by adults. A) ego; power B) superego; guilt C) id; initiative D) id; shame Answer: B 3) If you ask 3-year-old Winnie to tell you about herself, she will probably describe herself in terms of A) personality traits. B) future goals. C) psychological qualities.D) observable characteristics. Answer: D 4) When trying to promote friendly peer interaction in her preschool classroom, Miss Dodge should A) discipline children for possessiveness. B) insist on sharing because it promotes fairness. C) declare that once toys enter the classroom, they belong to everybody. D) encourage compromise rather than insisting on sharing. Answer: D 5) During the preschool years, high self-esteem A) is self-defeating because children cannot yet adequately complete many tasks. B) is rare because task-failure is common. C) can lead to an exaggerated sense of self-importance in adulthood. D) greatly contributes to children’s initiative during a period in which they must master many new skills. Answer: D
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