Lecture 6 Developmental

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Psychology (Developmental) Quiz on Lecture 6 Developmental, created by Katy Faure on 11/15/2017.

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Question 1

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Temperament is defined as [blank_start]biologically[blank_end] based [blank_start]individual[blank_end] differences in reactivity and [blank_start]self-regulation[blank_end] that tend to be stable over time and context
Answer
  • biologically
  • environmentally
  • individual
  • normative
  • emotional understanding
  • self-regulation

Question 2

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What are some of the dimensions of temperament? Select all that apply
Answer
  • Attention span
  • Reactivity
  • Crying frequency
  • Rhythmicity
  • Approach and withdrawal
  • Response to novel objects
  • Distractability
  • Attachment styles
  • Self-regulation

Question 3

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Bella is 10 months old. She is a very positive baby for the most part, and displays mild to intense demonstrations of such moods. She normally approaches the novel stimuli with mild interest, and adapts well to change. She exhibits a normal, and regular pattern for both sleeping and feeding. What kind of temperament pattern would you say Bella has?
Answer
  • Slow to warm up
  • Easy
  • Disorganised
  • Avoidant

Question 4

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What are the characteristics of children that are 'Slow to Warm up?' Select all that apply
Answer
  • Relative inactivity
  • Regular / rhythmic patterns of sleep and feeding
  • Slow adaptability
  • Moderately intense moods
  • Mild intensity of reaction to new stimuli

Question 5

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What are some of the biological contributions to temperament? Select all that apply
Answer
  • Anoxia
  • Height
  • Openness
  • Weight
  • Stress exposure

Question 6

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What contributes to stability? Select all that apply
Answer
  • Parenting
  • Age
  • Schooling
  • Gender
  • Height
  • Parent characteristics

Question 7

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Matilda is having a tantrum in the grocery store because her mother wouldn't buy her lollies. Her mother says "if you keep behaving like this, I won't give you dessert tonight." Matilda is very unhappy, but forces herself to stop having a tantrum. What does this behaviour display?
Answer
  • Effortful control
  • Temperament regulation
  • Deregulation
  • Cooling response
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