Page Ref: 205 Box: CULTURAL INFLUENCES: The Role of Fathers’ Involvement in DevelopmentSkill Level: UnderstandObjective: 6.8 Describe infants’ capacity for multiple attachments.Topic: Development of AttachmentDifficulty Level: Moderate116. In Western cultures, __________ spend more time with and interact more effectively with infants.117. Amy, the mother of 3-year-old Jacoby, is about to give birth to her second son. Amy and her husband are concerned about sibling conflict. They can best promote a positive relationship between their sons by __________.Copyright © 2018 Laura E. Berk. All Rights Reserved.36
Test Bank for Berk, Development Through the Lifespan, 7eObjective: 6.8 Describe infants’ capacity for multiple attachments.Topic: Development of AttachmentDifficulty Level: Difficult118. Mounting evidence indicates that __________ determines whether attachment security is linked to later development.119. Newborns’ remarkable capacity for __________ supports the beginnings of self-awareness.A) synaptic pruningB) intermodal perceptionC) auditory learningD) self-recognitionAnswer: BPage Ref: 207Skill Level: UnderstandObjective: 6.9 Describe the development of self-awareness in infancy and toddlerhood, along with the emotional and social capacities it supports.Topic: Self-DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Moderate120. Implicit self-awareness is evident at __________.Copyright © 2018 Laura E. Berk. All Rights Reserved.37
Test Bank for Berk, Development Through the Lifespan, 7e121. A researcher places a red dot on 2-year-old Raven’s nose. When she looks into a mirror, she tries to rub the dot off of her nose rather than off of the mirror. This behavior indicates that she has developed __________.
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