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Quiz 8: Emotional Development

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Quiz 8: Emotional Development PSYC 2350

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Intro to Child Development
Dr. Miller

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Questions based on the 13th edition of Child Development by Santrock. Goes over different types of attachments in children.
Intro to Child Development
Dr. Miller
Class Notes
attachment, harlow, bowlby, temperament, acculturation, mood
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Date Created: 11/08/15
0 Question 1 1 out of 1 points Harry Harlow did several studies with rhesus monkeys In one study he took baby monkeys and exposed them to a wire monkey which provided food to the baby and a cloth monkey which did not Harlow found that the monkey became attached to or at a minimum spent more time with Selected Answer d the cloth monkey Answers a neither monkey b both monkeys C the wire monkey d the cloth monkey 0 Question 2 1 out of 1 points In Sweden child care for children under 1 year of age is usually not a problem because Selected a Answer one parent IS at home With the child on paId leave from work to care for the child Answers a one parent is at home with the child on paid leave from work to care for the child b there are more than enough childcare centers for children of this age c one parent is at home with the child on unpaid leave from work to care for the child d children are always cared for by grandparents until they turn 1 yearofage 0 Question 3 1 out of 1 points In the strange situation Baby Xavier does not get distressed when the mother leaves and doesn39t approach mother when she returns From this information you would classify Xavier as having what type of attachment Selected Answer a Avoidant Answers a Avoidant b Resistant Ambivalent C Unattached d Secure Question 4 1 out of 1 points When describing her 2yearold daughter Erin Mrs Hoffman uses phrases like quotvery active childquot and quotadapts well to new situationsquot These phrases are referring to Erin39s Selected Answer a temperament Answers a temperament b emotionality C acculturation d mood 0 Question 5 1 out of 1 points In terms of emotional competence skills an example of being able to detect others39 emotions is Selected a Answer beIng able to differentiate whether others feel sad rather than anxious Answers a being able to differentiate whether others feel sad rather than anxious b being able to differentiate whether you feel sad or anxious C appropriately describing a social situation in one39s culture d reducing anger by walking away a Question 6 1 out of 1 points Children who are classi ed as at 12 months are good problemsolvers curious and creative in play and are wellliked by their peers when they are older Selected Answer b Secure Answers a Resistant Ambivalent b Secure C Unattached d Avoidant Question 7 1 out of 1 points Kathy39s caregiving behavior towards her daughter Beth seems to depend on her own mood rather than Beth39s needs This makes Kathy39s parenting very inconsistent What type of attachment will probably form between Kathy and Beth Selected Answer c Resistant Ambivalent Answers a Avoidant b Secure C Resistant Ambivalent d Unattached 0 Question 8 1 out of 1 points Concerning the basis of attachments Bowlby is to Harlow as Selected Answer c instinct is to contact comfort Answers a oral satisfaction is to instinct b contact comfort is to love C instinct is to contact comfort d love is to oral satisfaction 0 Question 9 1 out of 1 points If you were in a room with 10 typical infants based on the temperament research of Chess and Thomas 1991 how many would you expect to be classi ed as dif cult Selected Answer a Answers a 0 Question 10 0 out of 1 points Which of the following does NOT describe Bowlby39s theory Selected b Answer there rs enw ene erueial attaehment Answers a a good parentchild attachment can be formed at any time b I Illl c children form expectations about the world from the attachment relationship d children have innate attachment behaviors


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