PSY 270 Exam 1 study guide
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PSY 270 Exam 1 Study guide (Chapters 15) MULTIPLE CHOICE (20) 1) Who was the founder of the Psychoanalytic Theory? A. John Watson B. Konrad Lorenz C. Sigmund Freud D. Alfred Binet 2) Which of these is NOT a cause of infertility? A. Infectious diseases from the father B. Irregular ovulation C. Low maternal hormone levels D. Psychological predisposition 3) During which prenatal stage does the neural tube develop? A. Germinal B. Embryonic C. Fetal D. None of these 4) What percentage of women experience postpartum depression? A. 37% B. 5070% C. 8% D. 1020% 5) Which is NOT a stage of Child Development A. Preadolescence B. Infancy C. Middle Childhood D. Prenatal 6) What indicates the transition between the first and second stage of labor? A. The cervix starts to dilate B. The mother’s womb decreases by a certain percentage C. The mother’s amniotic sac bursts D. The baby moves towards the birthing canal 7) Which child development theory states that children develop in stages but they create their own environment, shaping their learning? A. Biological Perspective Theory B. Behavioral/Learning Theory C. Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory D. Piaget’s CognitiveDevelopment Theory 8) During which trimester does the “baby bump” start showing? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester 9) What does APGAR stand for? A. Appearance, pulse, growth, air ways, and reflexes B. Agility, postpartum pressure, growth, activity, relative heart rate C. Appearance, pulse, grimace, activity, respiration D. Actions, pressure, growth, air passages, responsiveness 10)Who was the first test tube baby? A. Elouise Smith B. Anne Thompson C. Sandra Brown D. Louise Brown 11)How far away from his/her face can a baby see? A. 35 inches B. 2 inches C. 04 inches D. 79 inches 12)Which of these reflexes are replaced by voluntary actions? A. Stepping B. Grasping C. Blinking D. Babinski 13)At what point did people believe that children were inherently evil? A. The Middle Ages B. The Reformation C. The Enlightenment D. The Classical Period 14)Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory states A. That behavior is observable and influenced by a child’s environment B. Development happens in stages and focus should remain on how thinking, logic, and problem solving develop as a child develops C. That learning alters the mental representation of a child’s environment and doesn’t require reinforcement D. That personality and behavior are governed by unconscious forces 15)Which of these is NOT an onset of labor? A. Fetal hormones B. Amniotic pressure C. The release of oxytocin from pituitary glands D. prostaglandins 16) During which prenatal stage does the fetus move for the first time? A. Germinal B. Embryonic C. Fetal D. None of these 17)Depression __________ bonding. A. Increases B. Decreases C. Has no correlation to D. Prevents 18)Which of these is a form of prenatal testing? A. Chorionic Villus Sampling B. Amniocentesis C. Blood Screening D. All of the above 19)Miscarriage rates are the highest at what point during pregnancy? A. Birth B. Third trimester C. First trimester D. Second trimester 20)What is a baby’s least well developed sense after birth? A. Vision B. Hearing C. Touch D. Smell 21)Which child development theory focuses on influences of social interaction, culture, purposeful acts, selfidentity, and healthy development? A. Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory B. Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory C. Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory D. Behavioral Learning Theory 22)Which of these is NOT considered ethical when testing? A. Maintenance of privacy B. Uninformed consent C. Use of deception D. Freedom from harm 23)What is Down Syndrome? A. Trisomy of the 21 chromosome B. Trisomy of the 23 chromosome C. An abnormality of the DNA sequencing D. Duplication of the 20 chromosome 24)Which of these is NOT a prenatal stage of development A. Zygotic Stage B. Embryonic Stage C. Fetal Stage D. Germinal Stage 25)What happens during artificial insemination? A. Another woman’s egg is donated for fertilization B. A sperm is placed in the uterus for fertilization C. An egg is taken, fertilized, and placed back into the fallopian tube D. An egg is taken, fertilized, and placed into someone else’s uterus MATCHING (20) a. Phenotypes k. Braxton Hicks b. Naturalistic Observation c. G. Stanley Hall l. babinski d. Ectoderm e. APGAR m. endoderm f. Mesoderm g. Amniocentesis n. teratogens h. Rooting i. John Watson o. ethology j. Moro p. zygote 1) q. the Reformation Observing the r. trisomy setting objectively s. stepping and without t. Alfred Binet interference 2) Testing the amniotic fluid for chromosomal abnormalities and fetal infection; usually after week 15 3) Pioneer of the behavioral/learning theory 4) A baby’s reflex of stretching its toes in response to a tickle on the sole of his/her foot 5) Physical traits you can see due to genetic makeup 6) Man responsible for making Child Development an academic discipline 7) Outermost layer of the embryo that differentiates into the nervous system, skin, hair, teeth, and sensory organs 8) When a baby turns its head toward whatever brushes it’s cheek in preparation for sucking 9) The combination of an ova and sperm to make 23 pairs of chromosomes 10)The first person to use standardized intelligence testing on children 11)When a baby stretches out its limbs and retracts its limbs back towards the body 12)3 copies of one autosome 13)Scale that tests the physical health of a baby 15 minutes after birth 14)Middle layer of the embryo that differentiates into the circulatory system, muscles, reproductive system, and excretory system 15)Term most commonly referred to as “false labor” 16)The point in history in which people believed that everyone was born with original sin 17)Innermost layer of the embryo that differentiates into the digestive system, liver, pancreas, and respiratory system 18) A baby’s walklike motion when picked up and his/her feet are placed lightly on a flat surface 19)Agents from the environment that may produce birth defects 20)The study of genetically determined behavior believed to have evolved through natural selection FILL IN THE BLANK/SHORT ANSWER (10) 1) What are the three dimensions of development? 2) A baby’s hearing is developed _________________. 3) Meiosis produces two daughter cells with ________. 4) Chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus usually occur when the mother is ___________ (age). 5) Most of a baby’s reflexes are in response to ______. 6) What is the chain in which ovum are released every month? 7) Babies prefer ___________ smell. 8) _____ are more susceptible to X chromosome disorders 9) Name one effect of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome on a fetus. 10)Which reflexes remain until adulthood? Study guide answers MULTIPLE CHOICE 1) C 2) D 3) B 4) D 5) A 6) D 7) D 8) C 9) C 10)D 11)D 12)B 13)A 14)C 15)B 16)C 17)B 18)D 19)C 20)A 21)A 22)B 23)A 24)A 25)B MATCHING 1) B 2) G 3) I 4) L 5) A 6) C 7) D 8) H 9) P 10)T 11)J 12)R 13)E 14)F 15)K 16)Q 17)M 18)S 19)N 20)O FILL IN THE BLANK/SHORT ANSWER 1) Physical, cognitive, and social/emotional 2) In the womb 3) Half the genetic information 4) 40 years or older 5) Touch 6) Ovaries to fallopian tubes to uterus 7) Their mother’s 8) Men 9) Smaller brain/body, longer distance between septum and top lip (facial features), or hyperactivity/learning disabilities 10)Breathing and blinking
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