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a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-18Page-Reference:10Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:Conceptual51
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Answer: a. True19. Urie Bronfenbrenner proposed a theory which holds that the developing child is a blank slate prior to learning.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-19Page-Reference:16Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False20. Compared to Bandura, Skinner proposed that the child plays a more active role in learning.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-20Page-Reference:13-14Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False21. According to Erikson, the challenge during adolescence is to develop a sense of trust in the world.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-21Page-Reference:11Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False22. According to Erikson, the challenge during infancy is to develop a sense of initiative.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-22Page-Reference:11Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False23. According to Erikson, the earlier stages of psychosocial development provide the foundation for later stages.a Trueb False52
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QuestionID:01-2-23Page-Reference:10Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: a. True24. Pavlov was the first researcher to describe classical conditioning in animals.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-24Page-Reference:11Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: a. True25. Making a child do extra chores when she doesn't clean her room is an example of positive reinforcement.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-25Page-Reference:12Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False26. Watson was able to train a human to fear a white rat, even though the human was previously not afraid of the rat.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-26Page-Reference:11Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: a. True27. Because Joe got an A on his psychology test, his parents told him he didn't have to wash the dishes (a job he hates doing) for two weeks. This is an example of negative reinforcement.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-27Page-Reference:12Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:Conceptual53
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Answer: a. True28. Children are just as likely to imitate the behaviour of someone they think is popular and talented, as they are to imitate the behaviour of someone they consider unpopular or untalented.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-28Page-Reference:13Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: b. False29. According to Bandura, self-efficacy beliefs help determine when children will imitate others.a Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-29Page-Reference:13Topic:Foundational Theories of Child DevelopmentSkill:ConceptualAnswer: a. True30. Bandura's "Bobo doll" study is a classic example of classical conditioning at worka Trueb FalseQuestionID:01-2-30Page-Reference:13Topic:Foundational Theories of Child Development
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