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Distal parenting tends to produce children

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    1. Billy is 10 months old. He watches his older brother play with a toy piano. The next day, billy crawls to the toy piano and will probably:

    A. pick it up and try to put it in his mouth

    B. push they keys on the piano the way his brother did

    C. not recognize it

    D. look at the piano but not know what to do with it

    2. Both of Brian’s parents are deaf, and he is deaf also. American Sign Language is the primary language of communication in Brian’s home. Vladimir and his family live in Russia, and their primary language is Russian. If we were able to look at some of the structures in Brian’s and Vladimir’s brain, we would probably see some physical differences. These differences would be accounted for by which of the following?

    A.experience-expectant brain functions

    B. experience-dependent brain functions

    C. language-related brain functions

    D. experience-derived brain functions

    3. Brain functions that result from the normal day-to-day experience of an infants life are called:

    A. experience-dependent

    B. experience-expected

    C. experience-derived

    D. routine-related

    4. Coordinated interaction between caregiver and infant called:

    A. symbiosis

    B. psycho socialization

    C. synchrony

    D. interplay

    5. Distal parenting tends to produce children who are:

    A. clingy

    B. complaint

    C. cooperative

    D. self-aware

    6. Five-month-old Patricia has learned to clap her hands and play patty-cake when her sister claps her hands and smiles. In which of the following behaviors is Patricia engaging?

    A. active experimentation

    B. making mental combinations

    C. making interesting sights last

    D. acquired adaptation

    6. Freud’s stage that takes place in the second year is called:

    A. the anal stage.

    B. a new adaptation.

    C. trust versus mistrust.

    D. the oral stage.

    7. If a child successfully resolves Erikson’s first stage, she or he can be expected to:

    A. be increasingly obsessive.

    B. be an easy baby.

    C. explore his or her world.

    D. greet strangers with a smile.

    8. In the process of transient exuberance, great brain growth is seen, especially in the number of:

    A. axon terminals.

    B. dendrites.

    C. nucleus.

    D. axons.

    9. Leila’s grandmother was so excited to see her for the first time that she rushed up, reached for her, and began to smother her with kisses. Unfortunately, Leila started to cry and turned away, but accepted her grandmother’s approaches later in the day. Leila is most likely a(n):

    A. baby who is hard to classify.

    B. easy baby.

    C. slow-to-warm baby.

    D. difficult baby.

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