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Unformatted text preview: Psych 100-01 Second Exam Spring 2008 BE SURE TO PUT YOUR SPIRE ID ON THE ANSWER SHEET! Your exam will not be graded without your SPIRE ID. Put the test scrambled version in column K of the special codes section: A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4 Multiple Choice -- 3 points each Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Place your answers on the answer sheet. If you change an answer, be sure to erase your previous answer completely. 1. Harmful chemicals or viruses that can be transferred from a mother to her developing fetus are called: A) plaques. B) attachments. C) teratogens. D) zygotes. 2. When Joan touched her infant's cheek, he turned his head toward the side that was touched and opened his mouth. Joan was eliciting the: A) rooting reflex. B) grasping reflex. C) attachment reflex. D) attention reflex. 3. Identical twins typically begin walking on nearly the same day. This best illustrates the importance of _______ to motor skills. A) responsive parenting B) maturation C) accommodation D) temperament 4. Three-year-olds who experienced a fire evacuation caused by a burning popcorn maker were unable to remember the cause of this vivid event when they were 10-year-olds. This best illustrates: A) role confusion. B) assimilation. C) infantile amnesia. D) crystallized intelligence. 5. A concept or framework that organizes and interprets information is called a(n): A) attachment. B) temperament. C) schema. D) neural network. 6. Adjusting current schemas to make sense of new information is called: A) conservation. B) accommodation. C) assimilation. D) maturation. 7. Lisa attempts to retrieve her bottle after her father hides it under a blanket. This suggests that Lisa has developed a sense of: A) egocentrism. B) object permanence. C) conservation. D) accommodation. 8. The principle that properties such as mass, volume, and number remain the same despite changes in the forms of objects is called: A) imprinting. B) conservation. C) object permanence. D) accommodation. 9. Five-year-old Tammy mistakenly believes that her short, wide glass contains less soda than her brother's tall, narrow glass. Actually, both glasses contain the same amount of soda. This illustrates that Tammy lacks the concept of: A) conservation. B) egocentrism. C) assimilation. D) object permanence. 10. Although Mr. Tong was obviously busy reading an absorbing novel, his 5-year-old daughter kept interrupting him with comments and questions about the TV cartoons she was watching. Before Mr. Tong becomes irritated with his daughter for being inconsiderate, he should be alerted to Piaget's concept of: A) object permanence. B) conservation. C) egocentrism....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 100 taught by Professor Cave during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).
- Spring '08