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Psy 101-Chapter 5
Psychology 101 Quiz on Psy 101-Chapter 5, created by Emily Fox on 28/09/2017.
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In Piaget’s stage of concrete operational intelligence, the child acquires an understanding of the principle of
Piaget held that egocentrism is characteristic of the...
Concrete operational stage
Formal operational stage
Through natural selection, the traits that are most likely to be passed on to succeeding generations are those that contribute to...
Survival and reproduction
The Harlow’s studies of attachment in monkeys showed that...
Provision of nourishment was the single most important factor motivating attachment
A cloth mother produced the greatest attachment response
Whether a cloth or wire mother was present mattered less than the presence or absence of other infants
Attachment in monkeys is based on imprinting
According to Erikson, the central psychological challenges pertaining to adolescence, young adulthood, and middle age, respectively, are...
Intimacy; identity formation; generativity
Generativity; intimacy; identity formation
Identity formation; intimacy; generativity
Intimacy; generativity; identity formation
Anxious-ambivalent (aka, pre-occupied) attached infants who are left by their mothers in an unfamiliar setting often will...
Display intense, prolonged distress, hold fast and cling to their mothers on their return
Display distress, but then quickly calm down and again explore the new surroundings confidently
Be indifferent toward their mothers on their return
Display little emotion at any time
After their grown children have left home, most married couples experience...
The distress of the empty nest syndrome
Increased strain in their marital relationship
The intense need and desire to have their children visit often
Greater happiness and enjoyment in their marital relationship
A child can be born a drug addict because...
Drugs used by the mother will be passed into the child’s bloodstream
Drugs used by the mother create genetic defects in her chromosomes
Addiction is an inherited personality trait
The fetus’ blood has not yet developed a resistance to drugs
Newborns vigorously root for a nipple when...
Their foot is tickled
They hear a loud noise
Their cheek is touched
They make eye contact with their caregiver
In terms of incidence, susceptibility to short-term illnesses _____ with age and susceptibility to long-term ailments ______ with age.
The average age of one’s earliest conscious memory is...
The cognitive ability that has been shown to decline for many during adulthood is the ability to...
Recall new information
Recognize new information
Learn meaningful new material
None of the above
Compared to when he was younger, 4-year-old Antonio is better able to empathize with his friend’s feelings. This growing ability to take another’s perspective indicates that Antonio is acquiring a...
Theory of mind
Underlying Alzheimer’s disease is a deterioration in neurons that produce...
In a 1998 movie, a young girl finds that a flock of geese follows her wherever she goes because she was the first “object” they saw after they were born. This is an example of...
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