B . morality development is universal across cultures. C . cultural influences have a bigger impact on the development of morality. D . there’s more variability in the timing and developmental course of theory of mind. 2 points QUESTION 14 1. Which is likely to be the most critical period of fetal development and why? 2. A . infant, because the baby is finally exposed to environmental effects B . zygote, because most of the zygote is particularly vulnerable to teratogens C . embryo, because most of the internal organs are formed during this period D . fetus, because the fetus cannot survive outside the womb
2 points QUESTION 15 1. You present an infant with two pictures—one of a boat and another of a tree. You time how long she looks at each of them. Over a 5-minute period, the infant looks at each of the pictures for the same amount of time. You can probably conclude that: 2. A . the stimuli are similarly interesting to the infant. B . the stimuli are of no interest to the infant. C . the infant has never seen the stimuli. D . the infant is more interested in the boat picture. 2 points QUESTION 16-WRONG 1. Joanne just moved to a new city for a job and is finding it hard to go out and meet new people. According to Erikson, Joanne is struggling with the ________ psychosocial crisis. 2. A . identity versus role confusion B . generativity versus stagnation C . initiative versus guilt D . intimacy versus isolation 2 points QUESTION 17 1. Jenny is a 32-year-old stay-at-home mother who spends much of her time caring for her children and knitting clothes for them. Which of the following would characterize her gender identity and gender role based on this description alone? 2. A . gender identity: female; gender role: female B . gender identity: male; gender role: female C . gender identity: male; gender role: male D . gender identity: female; gender role: male 2 points QUESTION 18
1. Over the course of the last several decades, research on child development has suggested that: 2. A . biological factors play a less significant role than previously thought. B . environmental factors are more important than previously thought. C . by using varied types of assessments, we know that children understand more and at an earlier age than psychologists previously thought. D . Freud was essentially correct regarding the psychosexual stages. 2 points QUESTION 19 1. Ayeesha was raised in a safe neighborhood with consistent parenting presence from both her mother and father. Priya was raised in a rough neighborhood with frequent robberies. Her mother was an inconsistent presence in her life. Based on these facts alone, what could you conclude about the relative rate that these girls would go through puberty? 2. A . They will likely start puberty at the same time, but Ayeesha will develop more quickly.
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