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Question number: 1

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A child and her father are walking. The child knows there are such things as birds but has never seen a bluebird before. Upon seeing one, she says, “See the birdie, ” and her father replies, “Yes, that’s a bluebird. ” This example demonstrates

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Choice (5) Response

a.

object permanence.

b.

assimilation.

c.

conservation.

d.

convergence.

e.

accommodation.

Question number: 2

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I am in my late forties. If I do not reach out to others, especially to young people, Erikson says I will experience

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Choice (5) Response

a.

guilt.

b.

trust.

c.

stagnation.

d.

shame.

e.

isolation.

Question number: 3

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According to Noam Chomsky, day-old infants dance to speech due to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

innate factors.

b.

mother-infant attachment.

c.

social learning.

d.

learnt factors.

e.

the primacy effect.

Question number: 4

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Cephalocaudal means

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Choice (5) Response

a.

from the head to the toes.

b.

from the past to the future.

c.

from the center of the body to the extremities.

d.

from birth to death.

e.

from toes to head.

Question number: 5

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The single most important thing you might do for a dying person is to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

not to talk anything about death with you.

b.

tell that person about the stages of dying.

c.

keep your visits short and infrequent in order to avoid tiring that person.

d.

avoid disturbing that person by not mentioning death.

e.

allow that person to talk about death with you.

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