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Quiz 4

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Quiz 4 PSYC 2350

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Intro to Child Development
Dr. Miller

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Quiz questions based on the 13th edition of Child Development by Santrock.
Intro to Child Development
Dr. Miller
Class Notes
child development, babinski reflex, moro reflex, rooting, sucking, acuity, tonic neck, perception, santrock
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Date Created: 09/27/15
Question 1 1 out of 1 points When 3yearold Mario plows his tricycle into the side of his 1monthold brother Michael39s crib what response will Michael show Selected Answer a Moro re ex Answers a Moro re ex b Blabinski re ex C grasping re ex d rooting re ex Question 2 1 out of 1 points Visual acuity is Selected Answer c the ability to see small objects and ne detail Answers a the ability track and follow moving objects b the ability to perceive distance using both eyes C the ability to see small objects and ne detail d all of the above Question 3 1 out of 1 points Sensation is to perception as Selected Answer b transmission is to interpretation Answers a vision is to hearing b transmission is to interpretation C dominant is to recessive d gross motor is to ne motor Question 4 1 out of 1 points What re exes disappear around 3 months of age and are replaced by the infant39s voluntary eating Selected Answer b sucking and rooting Answers a sucking and tonic neck b sucking and rooting C Moro and rooting d tonic neck and rooting Question 5 1 out of 1 points In regard to grasping monthods are more likely to touch to determine how they will grip an object while monthods are likely to use vision as a guide Selected Answer a 4 8 Answers a 4 8 b 8 4 C 2 3 d 10 12 Question 6 1 out of 1 points Reading Dr Seuss39s classic story The Catn the Hat to the child in the mother39s womb according to a recent research project showed that the Selected d Answer All of these Answers a newborn prefers hearing the story after birth b infant sucked on a nipple in a different way when the mother read the story C infant39s brain has a remarkable ability to learn even before birth d All of these Question 7 1 out of 1 points Watching an object while exploring it manually helps infants to discriminate its texture size and hardness This is an example of educates Selected Answer b action perception Answers a perception action b action perception C perception a verbal response d action a withdrawal from the object Question 8 1 out of 1 points Elizabeth Spelke showed a 4monthold infant two lms simultaneously In each lm a puppet jumped up and down but in one of the lms the soundtrack matched the puppet39s dancing movements and in the other lm it did not By measuring the infant39s gaze she found the infant looked more at the puppet whose actions were synchronized with the soundtrack which is an example of perception Selected Answer c intermodal Answers a mono b solo C intermodal d elementary Question 9 1 out of 1 points Which statement below is not true about a baby39s posture Selected Answer Answers a Within a few months an infant can hold his head erect a Within a few months an infant can hold his head erect b By 2 months of age babies can sit while supported on someone39s lap C By 6 or 7 months a baby should be able to sit independenUy d By 8 months a baby can usually pull herself up and hold on to a chair Question 10 1 out of 1 points If an infant39s motor activity is restricted Selected Answer Answers a that infant will probably reach the milestones of motor development at a normal age a that infant will probably reach the milestones of motor development at a normal age b it will be impossible for the infant to reach the next motor development milestones C the infant will always be severely delayed d None of these will occur


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