Developmental Levels

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Stages and levels

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Question 1

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Freud's psychosexual stages go in order from:
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  • oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
  • anal, oral, phallic, latency, genital
  • oral, anal, phallic, genital, latency
  • anal, oral, latency, phallic, genital

Question 2

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Freud's anal stage takes place during ages:
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  • 0-2
  • 2-3
  • 3-6
  • 6-puberty

Question 3

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According to Freud, the Oedipal attraction and Electra complex take place during which stage?
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  • oral
  • anal
  • phallic
  • latency

Question 4

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According to Freud, a struggle for autonomy takes place during which stage?
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  • oral
  • anal
  • genital
  • latency

Question 5

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According to Erikson, how many psychosocial ages are there?
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  • 8
  • 7
  • 9
  • 10

Question 6

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According to Erikson, basic trust vs. mistrust takes place during which stage?
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  • early infancy
  • later infancy
  • early childhood
  • adolescence

Question 7

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According to Erikson, later infancy takes places ages 1-2 and the theme is:
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  • basic trust vs mistrust
  • autonomy vs shame and doubt
  • initiative vs guilt
  • industry vs inferiority

Question 8

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According to Erikson, the stage in which initiative vs guilt is developed is:
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  • early childhood (3-5)
  • middle childhood (6-11)
  • later infancy (1-2)
  • adolescence (12-20)

Question 9

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According to Erikson, during middle childhood, what is developed?
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  • industry vs inferiority
  • identity vs role confusion
  • intimacy vs isolation
  • iinitiative vs guilt

Question 10

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According to Erikson, identity vs role confusion takes place during which stage?
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  • adolescence (12-20)
  • middle childhood (6-11)
  • early adulthood (20-35)
  • middle adulthood (35-65)

Question 11

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According to Erikson, early adulthood (20-35) is the time for:
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  • intimacy vs isolation
  • generativity vs stagnation
  • identity vs role confusion
  • integrity vs despair

Question 12

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According to Erikson, middle adulthood is the time for:
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  • generativity vs stagnation
  • integrity vs despair
  • intimacy vs isolation
  • identity vs role confusion

Question 13

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According to Erikson, what is the theme for late adulthood?
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  • integrity vs despair
  • autonomy vs shame and doubt
  • industry vs inferiority
  • generativity vs stagnation

Question 14

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Maslow's first level of needs is:
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  • physiological
  • safety
  • belonging & love
  • self-actualization

Question 15

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Maslow's second stage of needs is:
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  • safety
  • physiological
  • belonging & love
  • esteem

Question 16

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Maslow's 3rd stage of needs is:
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  • self-actualization
  • esteem
  • belonging & love
  • safety

Question 17

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Maslow's 4th stage of needs is:
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  • esteem
  • safety
  • belonging & love
  • self-actualization

Question 18

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What is at the top of Maslow's hierarchy?
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  • self-actualization
  • beauty
  • esteem
  • belonging & love

Question 19

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In Piaget's stages of cognitive development, the stage described as understanding the world in terms of what one can do with objects and sensory information is:
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  • sensorimotor
  • preoperational
  • concrete operational
  • formal operational

Question 20

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In Piaget's stages of cognitive development, the stage described as understanding the classification of objects into groups and taking another's perspective is:
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  • sensorimotor
  • preoperational
  • concrete operational
  • formal operational

Question 21

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In Piaget's stages of cognitive development, the stage described as doing mental operations is:
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  • sensorimotor
  • preoperational
  • concrete operational
  • formal operational

Question 22

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In Piaget's stages of cognitive development, the stage described as being able to manipulate ideas, to use imagination and abstraction is:
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  • sensorimotor
  • preoperational
  • concrete operational
  • formal operational

Question 23

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Which are associated with Kohlberg's 1st level of moral development?
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  • obeying laws to avoid punishment
  • conforming to receive favors or rewards
  • conforming to avoid disapproval or dislike of others
  • conforming to avoid censure by legitimate authorities

Question 24

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Which are associated with Kohlberg's 2nd level of moral development?
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  • conforming to avoid disapproval or dislike of others
  • conforming to avoid censure by legitimate authorities
  • obeying laws to avoid punishment
  • accepting a social contract

Question 25

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Which are associated with Kohlberg's 3rd level of moral development?
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  • accepting a social contract
  • developing individual principles of conscience
  • conforming to avoid disapproval or dislike of others
  • conforming to avoid censure by legitimate authorities

Question 26

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • scribble
  • basic forms
  • preschematic
  • schematic

Question 27

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • basic forms
  • scribbling
  • preschematic
  • schematic

Question 28

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • preschematic
  • schematic
  • gang age
  • basic forms

Question 29

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • preschematic
  • schematic
  • gang age
  • pseudo naturalistic

Question 30

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • preschematic
  • schematic
  • gang age
  • pseudo naturalism

Question 31

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • schematic
  • gang age
  • pseudo naturalistic
  • adolesence

Question 32

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Which Lowenfeld stage does this image fit into?
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  • gang age
  • pseudo naturalism
  • adolescence
  • schematic
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