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Life Span Development 16Th Edition By Santrock -Test Bank

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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1259550907
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1259550904

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Life Span Development 16Th Edition By Santrock -Test Bank

Chapter 08
Test Bank

1. According to Erik Erikson, the psychosocial stage that characterizes early childhood is:
A. initiative versus guilt.
B. autonomy versus shame and doubt.
C. industry versus inferiority.
D. trust versus mistrust.
Page: 238 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.1
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Initiative versus Guilt 2. According to Erik Erikson, the great governor of initiative is:
A. conscience.
B. independence.
C. fear.
D. obedience.
Page: 238 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Initiative versus Guilt

3. In Erikson’s portrait of early childhood, the young child clearly has begun to develop _____, which is the representation of self, the substance and content of self-conceptions.
A. self-control
B. self-confidence
C. self-understanding
D. self-centeredness
Page: 238 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.1
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Self-Understanding

4. Four-year-old Harlan says, “I’m always happy!” Researchers suggest that Harlan, like other kids his own age, has self-descriptions that are typically:
A. reflective of reality.
B. reflective of what others think about them.
C. abstract and magical.
D. unrealistically positive.
Page: 239 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.3
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Self-Understanding

5. _____ especially plays a key role in children’s ability to manage the demands and conflicts they face in interacting with others. It is an important component of executive function.
A. Moral integrity
B. Emotion regulation
C. Moral development
D. Independence
Page: 241 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

6. Hans feels ashamed when his parents say “You should feel bad about biting your sister!” To experience a _____ emotion like shame, Hans must be able to refer to himself as distinct from others.
A. social
B. self-conscious
C. penitent
D. sympathetic
Page: 240 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
APA LO: 1.3
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

7. Self-conscious emotions do not appear to develop until self-awareness appears at approximately:
A. 1 to 2 months of age.
B. 4 to 8 months of age.
C. 6 to 12 months of age.
D. 15 to 18 months of age.
Page: 240 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

8. When Brianna is upset, her mother facilitates open discussion about why she is upset and helps her figure out how to deal with the negative emotions. Therefore, Brianna’s mother takes an _____ approach to parenting.
A. emotion-dismissing
B. emotion-criticizing
C. emotion-coaching
D. emotion-encouraging
Page: 241 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
APA LO: 1.3
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

9. _____ parents interact with their children in a less rejecting manner, use more scaffolding and praise, and are more nurturant than are emotion-dismissing parents.
A. Emotion-dismissing
B. Emotion-facilitator
C. Emotion-coaching
D. Emotion-encouraging
Page: 241 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

10. The children of _____ parents are better at soothing themselves when they get upset, more effective in regulating their negative affect, focus their attention better, and have fewer behavior problems than the children of emotion-dismissing parents.
A. emotion-coaching
B. emotion-facilitator
C. emotion-encouraging
D. emotion-independent
Page: 241 Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA LO: 1.2
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty Level: Medium
Learning Objective: 8.1: Discuss emotional and personality development in early childhood.
Topic: Emotions

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