Development of Human Behavior (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 31 - 35 of 331

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Question number: 31

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Piaget is mainly known for studying

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

sexual development.

b.

cognitive development.

c.

social development.

d.

emotional development.

Question number: 32

» Development of Human Behavior » Measurement of Human Behavior

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Which pattern of development would surprise you MOST?

Choices

Choice (4) 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.

Question number: 33

» Development of Human Behavior » Socialization

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One recommended way for parents to handle problems of occasional bed wetting in children is to

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

push them to have dry nights.

b.

wake them up during the night to use the toilet.

c.

limit the amount of water they drink in the evening.

d.

punish them for “wet” nights.

Question number: 34

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The rapid and early learning of permanent behavior patterns during critical periods of development in birds and other animals is called

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

emotional referencing.

b.

social referencing.

c.

imprinting.

d.

learned referencing.

Question number: 35

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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When we say a child’s thinking is less abstract than an adult’s, we mean that

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Choice (4) Response

a.

children use fewer generalizations, categories, and principles.

b.

children use more examples and generalizations.

c.

children use more principles, but require fewer generalizations.

d.

adults use fewer generalizations, categories, and principles.

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