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Life-Span Development 6th Canadian Edition By John W Santrock – Test Bank

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Life-Span Development 6th Canadian Edition By John W Santrock – Test Bank

Chapter 06
Socio-Emotional Development in Infancy

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What function does emotion serve in the relationship between a parent and a young infant?
A. a replacement for attachment
B. regulation of survival instincts
C. an early form of communication
D. the reduction of negative affectivity and increase of positive affectivity in the infant

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-03 Biological and Environmental Influences

2. Emotions that are present in humans and other animals and appear in humans within the first 6 months are known as ________________.
A. self-conscious emotions
B. naturalistic emotional expressions
C. existence mechanisms
D. primary emotions

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-04 Early Emotions

3. Jealousy and empathy are examples of _________.
A. self-conscious emotions
B. naturalistic emotional expressions
C. existence mechanisms
D. primary emotions

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-04 Early Emotions

4. The research findings regarding the emergence of jealousy in infants indicate that __________.
A. jealousy doesn’t appear until 36 months of age
B. jealousy is surprisingly easy to measure
C. infant reactions that seem to reflect jealousy can be easily confirmed
D. it isn’t clear when jealousy emerges in infants

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-04 Early Emotions

5. Jenny smiles at Oscar (8 months) and Oscar smiles at Jenny. Jenny laughs and then Oscar laughs. This interaction is best described as _______________.
A. reciprocal
B. lateral
C. self-serving
D. reflexive

Blooms: Apply
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

6. Reciprocal interactions are best compared to _____________.
A. a person juggling several balls
B. two people dancing a waltz
C. a classroom of kindergarten students
D. two babies sleeping

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

7. The first forms of emotional communication are _____________.
A. cries and smiles
B. the Babinski and moro reflexes
C. only observed in Ainsworth’s strange situation test
D. restrained in securely attached infants

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

8. Which types of cries do babies have?
A. basic, anger, and pain
B. frustration, jealousy, and shame
C. pain, fear, and shame
D. disgust, anger, and shame

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

9. Two-month-old Jaime is crying loudly. At first there is a piercing shrill sound to start the cry, followed by a long period during which Jaime holds his breath until the next crying sound comes out. This type of cry indicates that Jaime is _____________.
A. in pain
B. very tired
C. very angry
D. very hungry

Blooms: Apply
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

10. Todd puts his infant daughter in her crib for a nap, and a few minutes later she begins to cry. According to John Watson, one of the founders of behaviourism, Todd should
A. ignore her so that her crying will not be reinforced.
B. go immediately to his daughter to soothe her crying.
C. wait two minutes and then go to his daughter to soothe her crying.
D. go immediately to his daughter if it is a pain or basic cry, but not if it is an anger cry.

Blooms: Apply
Learning Objective: 06-01 Outline the development of emotions in infancy.
Topic: 06-05 Emotion Expression and Social Relationships

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