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Life Span Development 15th Edition by John Santrock – Test Bank

Chapter 07
Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood

Multiple Choice Questions

1.
The Reggio Emilia approach is a(n):

A.
nutrition program for young children.

B.
educational program for young children.

C.
program for training kindergarten and elementary school teachers.

D.
parenting education program.

 

APA LO: 1.1
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Body growth and change

2.
Sandra has been informed by a pediatrician about the weight gained by her 4-year-old son, Manuel, over the last one year. She learns that Manuel has gained 6 pounds. Sandra should:

A.
be alarmed because this is too much weight gain.

B.
be concerned because this is too little weight gain.

C.
be positive and change Manuel’s diet.

D.
be content that this is normal for Manuel’s age.

 

APA LO: 1.3
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

3.
During early childhood, girls are _____ than boys.

A.
much lighter

B.
more muscular

C.
slightly smaller

D.
considerably taller

 

APA LO: 1.1
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

4.
By the end of early childhood, girls have more _____ tissue than boys.

A.
fatty

B.
muscle

C.
epithelial

D.
nervous

 

APA LO: 1.1
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

5.
When comparing the heights and weights of preschool children around the world, it can be observed that there are:

A.
congenital differences.

B.
ethnic differences among them.

C.
no visible differences.

D.
cases of hyperthyroidism.

 

APA LO: 1.2
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

6.
What are the two most important contributors to height differences among children the world over?

A.
Nationality and culture

B.
Education and exercise

C.
Prenatal care and emotional challenges

D.
Ethnic origin and nutrition

 

APA LO: 1.1
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

7.
Who among the following 5-year-olds is most likely to be the tallest?

A.
Timothy—White boy, urban, middle-socioeconomic-status, and later-born

B.
Tina—White girl, urban, middle-socioeconomic-status, and firstborn

C.
Tyrone—African American boy, urban, middle-socioeconomic-status, and firstborn

D.
Tucker—African American boy, rural, lower-socioeconomic-status, and later-born

 

APA LO: 1.3
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Height and weight

8.
Which of the following statements about brain development and early childhood is TRUE?

A.
The development that occurs inside the brain ends at the onset of adolescence.

B.
By the time a child is 3 years of age, the brain is 25 percent of its adult size.

C.
By age 6, the brain has reached about 95 percent of its adult size.

D.
The brain of a 5-year-old is 60 percent the size of an adult brain.

 

APA LO: 1.2
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 7.1: Identify physical changes in early childhood.
Topic: Brain development

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