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Question number: 22

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A toddler learning to use the toilet who sometimes feels bad when he or she “messes up” is at Erikson’s stage called

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identity versus role confusion.

b.

autonomy versus shame and doubt.

c.

intimacy versus isolation.

d.

trust versus mistrust.

Question number: 23

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It’s in this Piagetian stage that the child’s understanding of concepts is based largely on what is seen and animistic thinking is in evidence. It is the

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concrete operations period.

b.

preoperation period.

c.

formal operations period.

d.

sensorimotor period.

Question number: 24

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According to Erikson, a major conflict in the first year of life is that between

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initiative versus guilt.

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identity versus confusion.

c.

relatedness versus isolation.

d.

trust versus mistrust.

Question number: 25

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Kohlberg identified the three levels of moral development as the

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preconventional, conventional, and postconventional.

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premoral, conventional, and postethical.

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conditional, unconditional, and postconditional.

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self-interested, social, and personal.

Question number: 26

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A child and her father are walking. The child knows there are such things as birds. Upon seeing a butterfly, she says, “See the birdie, ” and her father replies, “No, that’s a butterfly; see how small it is. ” This example demonstrates

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accommodation.

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object permanence.

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convergence.

d.

assimilation.

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