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Heather Cronin
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Exam Questions 1. What is Joint Attention? 2. Which of the following statements are true? a. phonological short term memory holds auditory information b. Visual short term memory hold visual information c. episodic short term memory links auditory and visual information d. All of the above 3. The sofa hurt me. This statement is an example of: a. overextension b. phoneme  c. babbling  d. underextension Answer Key: 1. Two or more individual focus on same object or event  2. D. all of the above 3. A. overextension 4. Sammy knew the exact restaurant and booth he was sitting in when he received news that his  family was moving.  This is an example of: A. prospective memory  B. source memory C. schema D. metacognition Answer: source memory (B) 5. During 6­8 weeks of birth, most babies will repeat vowel­sounds such as “ooh” or “aah.” This is  an example of: A. babbling B. talking  C. cooing D. gestures  Answer: cooing (C) 6. When women experience stress, they tend to most likely become: A. aggressive B. withdraw from social contact C. drink alcohol D. seek social alliances Answer: seek social alliances (D) 7. Sammy knew the exact restaurant and booth he was sitting in when he received news that his family  was moving.  This is an example of: A. prospective memory  B. source memory C. schema D. metacognition Answer: source memory (B) 8. During 6­8 weeks of birth, most babies will repeat vowel­sounds such as “ooh” or “aah.” This is an  example of: A. babbling B. talking  C. cooing D. gestures  Answer: cooing (C) 9. When women experience stress, they tend to most likely become: A. aggressive B. withdraw from social contact C. drink alcohol D. seek social alliances Answer: seek social alliances (D) 10.  Which of the following is not an example of implicit memory? a. How to ride a bike b. How to walk c. The date of your mom’s birthday d. Typing an essay without looking at the keyboard Answer C 11.  Jane is failing her geometry class, but she is the star of her soccer team and writes beautiful poems in  her spare time. According to Howard Gardner, Jane is high in which of the following intelligence(s)? a. Bodily­kinesthetic b. Mathematical c. Verbal d. All of the above e. Both a and c Answer E 12. English­speaking infants first words are usually _____ contrasting to those of Korean­speaking  infants whose first words are _____.  Answer: nouns and verbs respectively.  13. Among the most important in emotional development in early childhood is an increased  understanding of ____. Answer: emotion 14. How does gender and culture shape someone’s temperament?  Caregivers’ response may differ based on gender 15. What does the interactionist view of language state? ­ Both biology and experience contribute to language development 16.  Which one of the following is not true about attention in adulthood? a.   Older adults have deficiencies in executive attention b. Older adults perform better than younger adults on tasks involving vigilance c. Attentional skills are excellent in early adulthood d. Older adults may not be able to focus on relevant information as effectively ANSWER: B   17. .  How many items can we hold for a limited amount of time in our short term memory? a. 2 ­3 b.  8 c. 5­7 d. 10  ANSWER: C   18.    Changes in IQ may be due to all of the following except: a.     Environment b.     Poverty c.     Cultural biases d.     Inherited genes ANSWER: D 19. Telegraphic speech is the use of...? (short, precise words) .In infancy language development, this type of speech develops which is characterized by short and  precise words that do not include any grammatical markers. 1.cooing  2.telegraphic speech 3.babbling 4.gesturing 20.Becca’s mom describes her as a child who somedays refuses to take naps, cries for almost an hour  after she is dropped off at preschool and often fights with other children when she does not get her  way. How would Chess and Thomas’s classify her temperament? 1.difficult child 2.slow to warm up child 3.fussy child 4.aggressive child  Answers: telegraphic speech, difficult child  21. Which gender is more likely to respond in a fight or flight manner when facing stress? (Boy, Girl,  or neither? Answer: Boy!) 22. What is the close emotional bond between two people? (Security, attachment, or interactions?  Answer: Attachment!)  23. What categories did Chess & Tomas establish for infant attachment? Describe each  Answer: (easy, difficult, slow­to­warm­up). 24. If a 12 year old child took the Binet test, which of the following would be true?  a)  If the child’s mental age was above the child’s chronological age, the child’s IQ score would be above 12.  b) If the child’s mental age was the same as the child’ chronological age, then the child’s IQ score would  be 12  c) If the child’s mental age was the same as the child’s chronological age, then the child’s IQ score  would be 100.  d)  If the child’s mental age was below the child’s chronological age, the child’s IQ score would be  above 100.  25.  Which phase includes the attachment becoming focused on one figure, in which is usually the  primary caregiver?   a) Phase 1  b) Phase 2  c) Phase 3  d) Phase 4 26.  English­speaking infants first words are usually _____ contrasting to those of Korean­speaking  infants whose first words are _____.  Answer: nouns and verbs respectively.  27. Among the most important in emotional development in early childhood is an increased  understanding of ____. Answer: emotion 28. What is involved in emotional competence? 29. What is cultural bias in intelligence testing? 30. What is the smallest unit of language that carries meaning? A. Phoneme  B. Morpheme C. Syntax D. Semantics   Answer: B 31. Stranger Anxiety involves A. Fear and wariness of strangers B. Emerges gradually, appearing at about 6 months of age C. Most frequent expression of infant fear D. All of the above 32. What are the three theories by Sternberg?         Analytical intelligence, Creative intelligence and practical Intelligence  33.  Children's ability to pay attention improves in which stage of life?               Early Childhood  34. True or False: If a person scores low on an IQ test he automatically categorized as Unintelligible.  35. If a child reacts negatively and cries frequently, irregular daily routines, and is slow to accept change  then they are categorized as a A.   Easy Child  B.     Difficult Child  C.     Slow­ To­ Warm up child        36. True or False: An adolescent male experiencing stress at school due to bad grades is more likely to  respond by becoming aggressive and withdrawing from social relationships than an adolescent female  experiencing the same stress. 37. Please consider recent developments in patterns related to fathers and their role in the family. Select  the most correct statement. a. Fathers are increasingly at home less and are more frequently at work due to financial  difficulties related to recent economic downturns. b. The concept of a “stay at home father” has become more common in relationships where  the mother is more career focused. c. Fathers do not have the ability to take care of infants as sensitively and responsibility as a mother can. d. Stay­at­home fathers have reported being less satisfied with their marriage than fathers  who have a full time job. 38. Recently, the number of children with more than one child­care arrangement has increased  significantly. Which of the following is true about children with more than one child­care arrangement? e. Children with multiple child care arrangements are more likely to display pro­social  behavior. f. Children with multiple child care arrangements are less likely to have behavioral  problems. g. Children with multiple child care arrangements are more likely to have behavioral  problems. h. Children with multiple child care arrangements are likely to develop faster than those  with one or no child care arrangements. 39. The way an individual's behavioral style and characteristic way of responding is his or her: a. Temperament b. attitude c. behavior d. personality Answer = A 40. _______ intelligence emphasizes interpersonal, intrapersonal, and practical aspects of intelligence Answer = emotional 41. Becca’s mom describes her as a child who somedays refuses to take naps, cries for almost an hour  after she is dropped off at preschool and often fights with other children when she does not get her way.  How would Chess and Thomas’s classify her temperament? 1. Difficult child 2. Slow to warm up child 3. Fussy child 4. Aggressive child  42. What is the difference between fluid intelligence and crystalized intelligence? 43. In what phase of Bowlby's 4 phases of attachment do infants develop specific attachments and start to  seek out contact?


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