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9. Children’s friendships serve the function of providing information about where children stand vis-a-vis others, which Gottman and Parker (1987) call social comparison . 10. Eight-month-old Cole enjoys playing with a ball that makes noise and bounces. According to Piaget, Cole is engaging in sensorimotor play. 11. As a school counsellor aware of developmental research, you would likely predict a future of delinquent behaviour for the child who is rejected by and has a past history of aggression with peers. 12. When a parent-child interaction is said to be based on reciprocal socialization, it means that the parent’s behaviour influences the child and the child’s behaviour influences the parent . 13. Todd’s parents were highly involved with him but also extremely indulgent with him. As a result, he lacks self-control . 14. Twelve-year-old Peter is excellent in math and is considered a good student in most other subject areas. Peter, however, has a very difficult time comprehending written text and is failing his reading class. Peter is best classified as learning disabled . 15. When describing his new neighbours, Stu says their parenting style appears to be “We love you, so go and do whatever you feel like doing.” What parenting style is this?
16. Describe “reciprocal socialization” and provide two examples that are not in the textbook.
17. List the 3 characteristics of ADHD.
18. Compare and contrast the child-centred kindergarten with the Montessori approach. Include the strengths and weaknesses of each approach.

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