Multiple-choice

QUESTION 1

When Nathan’s mother placed his favorite toy behind her back, Nathan looked behind her to find it. Nathan has developed:

a. Object permanence.

b. Insecure attachment.

c. Assimilation.

d. Accommodation.

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QUESTION 2

You are watching television, when your 4-year-old son comes into the room and sits on the floor between you and the television, blocking your view. You ask him to move so you can see better, and he moves so that he can see better. Your son is exhibiting:

a. A lack of object permanence.

b. Egocentric thought.

c. Naive conservationism.

d. A lack of intuitive thinking.

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QUESTION 3

In cognitive theory terms, a child who can understand the rules of a game but does not yet think in complex strategy is in the _____________ stage.

a. Formal operations.

b. Sensorimotor.

c. Preoperational.

d. Concrete operational.

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QUESTION 4

Lee Ann is visibly upset when her mother leaves the room. When her mother returns after a few minutes’ absence, Lee Ann rushes to greet her mother and hugs her mother’s legs. According to Mary Ainsworth’s research, Lee Ann is exhibiting which type of attachment?

a. Insecure-avoidant.

b. Securely attached.

c. Insecure-ambivalent.

d. Disorganized-disoriented.

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QUESTION 5

A(n) ___________ intellectual disability may result from damage due to teratogens, a lack of oxygen at birth, or defective genes.

Familial.

Congenital.

Environmental.

Biopsychosocial.

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QUESTION 6

According to Kohlberg’s theory of moral development, a person in the preconventional stage is mostly concerned with:

a. Self-interests and avoiding punishment.

b. Pleasing others.

c. Being fair.

d. Behaving consistently with one’s own ethical principles.

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QUESTION 7

Achieving sexual maturity is mostly governed by __________, while learning to swim or to use a computer is primarily a matter of __________.

a. Nurture, nature.

b. Nature, nurture.

c. Heredity, nature.

d. Nurture, heredity.

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QUESTION 8

If a person fails to develop a sense of integrity and self-respect in later adulthood, feelings of __________ tend to result, and aging and death then become sources of fear.

a. Despair.

b. Isolation.

c. Mistrust.

d. Stagnation.

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QUESTION 9

Erikson recognized that in different periods of life, there are challenges people face that can cause conflict between personal impulses and the social world. He referred to these challenges as:

a. Styles of development.

b. Psychosocial dilemmas.

c. Management techniques.

d. Natural consequences.

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QUESTION 10

Research indicates that well-adjusted older individuals tend to have the following qualities:

a. Optimism and gratitude.

b. Empathy and connection with others.

c. Neither A nor B.

d. Both A and B.

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