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What stage at which self-control and rules are learned?

What stage at which self-control and rules are learned?

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School: University of North Dakota
Department: Psychology
Course: Introduction to Psychology
Professor: Virginia clinton
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: Intro to Psychology, development, final exam, and final review
Cost: 50
Name: PSYC111 Unit 5 Study Guide
Description: Study guide for the final. Includes an answer key. Does not include info from notes for the rest of the week so make sure you look over those on your own. Good luck!
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PSYCH 111 – Unit 5 Study Guide 


What stage at which self-control and rules are learned?



T/F -- Development

Circle if the statement is true (T) or false (F).

1. T/F Nature is the environmental influences on development. 2. T/F Continuous change occurs in stages.

3. T/F Temperament is a precursor to personality seen in infants. 4. T/F Infants start using words at 12 months.

5. T/F There is evidence of nature and nurture having an impact on  language development.

Matching – Language Development

Match the time period to the appropriate description.

1. _____ Time at which one starts forming simple sentences. a. 6 months 2. _____ Babbling occurs. b.  critical period

3. _____ Time at which it is easiest to learn language. c. 12  months

4. _____ Recognize own name. d. 4-6  months


What is a toxic substance that harms a fetus?



5. _____ Start using words. e. 12- 24 months

Multiple-Choice – Erickson's Theory of Development

Circle the appropriate answer.

1. Stage at which one forms long-term and mature relationships with  others.

a. Industry vs Inferiority

b. Initiative vs Guilt

c. Intimacy vs Isolation

d. Trust vs Mistrust

2. Stage at which self-control and rules are learned.

a. Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt

b. Integrity vs Despair

c. Initiative vs Guilt

d. Identity vs Role Confusion

3. Provides opportunity to develop sense of competence and mastery. a. Trust vs Mistrust

b. Generativity vs Stagnation


What is the first stage of development?



c. Initiative vs Guilt

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4. Occurs near the end of your life.

a. Identity vs Role Confusion

b. Generativity vs Stagnation

c. Integrity vs Despair

d. Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt

5. The first stage of development.

a. Identity vs Role Confusion

b. Trust vs Mistrust

c. Intimacy vs Isolation

d. Concrete Operational

Matching – Piaget's Theory of Development

Match the term to the description.

1. _____ Changing previous thoughts/beliefs in order to a.  conservation

accommodate new info. b.  assimilation

2. _____ Being unable to see from the perspective of others. c.  object permanence Don't forget about the age old question of What are the primary functions of the security council in the united nations?

3. _____ Understanding that appearance does not change d.  egocentric

physical properties. e.  accommodation

4. _____ Absorbing new info.

5. _____ Understanding that object still exists when not in sight.

Ordering – Stages of Thought

Put the stages in order by putting the number next to the  corresponding stage.

1. ______ Preoperational

2. ______ Concrete Operational

3. ______ Sensorimotor

4. ______ Formal Operational

T/F -- Piaget's Theory of Development

Indicate whether each statement is true (T) or false (F).

1. T/F Stages are clearly defined.

2. T/F Children sometimes know more than previously thought. 3. T/F Education has impact but culture does not. We also discuss several other topics like What is the main definition of continuous outcomes?
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Multiple-Choice – Early Development

Circle the appropriate answer.

1. Studied awareness of unborn babies.

a. Risely

b. Fifer

c. DeCasper

d. b and c

e. a and b

2. Toxic substance that harms fetus.

a. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

b. Critical Period

c. Teratogens

d. Carcinogens

e. None of the above

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a. Faces

b. Solid Colors

c. Patterns

d. They look at all equally

 

Study Guide Answer Key 

T/F -- Development Matching – Language Development 

1. F 4. T 1. E 4. D

2. F 5. T 2. A 5. C

3. T 3. B

Multi-Choice – Erickson Matching – Piaget Ordering --  Stages We also discuss several other topics like What is the coca leaf?

1. C 4. C 1. E 4. B 1. 2 3. 1 2. A 5. B 2. D 5. C 2. 3 4. 4 3. D 3. A

T/F -- Piaget Multi-Choice – Early Development 

1. F 1. D

2. T 2. C

3. F 3. A

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