Developmental Psychology (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 28 - 32 of 183

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Question number: 28

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Continuity & Stages

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From the perspective of Erik Erikson, life stages are important because

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

each is an expression of biological programming.

b.

each involves a crisis or dilemma.

c.

their failure to appear is evidence of psychopathology.

d.

each signals a new stage of cognitive development.

e.

each involves an absolute reason.

Question number: 29

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Parents & Peers

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“I demand that you obey” is to authoritarian as “Do your own thing” is to

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

overprotective.

b.

democratic

c.

permissionable.

d.

permissive.

e.

authoritative.

Question number: 30

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Continuity & Stages

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Behavior directed by self-accepted moral principles represents the ________ level of moral development.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

conventional

b.

operational

c.

preconventional

d.

postconventional

e.

unconventional

Question number: 31

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Continuity & Stages

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Piaget is mainly known for studying

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Choice (5) Response

a.

language development.

b.

cognitive development.

c.

sexual development.

d.

social development.

e.

emotional development.

Question number: 32

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Human Nature

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Which pattern of development would surprise you MOST?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

A child stands holding furniture before he or she crawls.

b.

A child sits when supported before he or she holds his or her chest up.

c.

A child walks if led before he or she stands alone.

d.

A child sits alone before he or she stands holding furniture.

e.

None of the above

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