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According to Erikson, during the first stage of life it is imperative that a parent __________________.
a) all of the answers b) holds and loves the baby c) Keeps the baby clean d) feeds the baby
According to Erikson, the stage that you are in is ___________ vs. _________.
a) isolation vs. guilt b) identity vs. confusion c) initiative vs. guilt d) shame vs. doubt
A baby can die from a lack of touch.
a) true b) false c) I don't know d) maybe
People are born with character
a) true b) false c) I don't know d) maybe
The ideal time for a woman to start taking prenatal vitamins is BEFORE she gets pregnant.
a) True b) False c) I don't know d) maybe
A person’s most basic motive for doing the right thing is....
a) getting peer approval b) not getting caught c) desire to obey the rules d) avoiding punishment
Which of the following does NOT add to the RBA?
a) being prideful b) being kind c) saying something nice d) giving a hug
If you have a negative experience in life it will ALWAYS produce a negative outcome.
a) true b) false c) maybe d) I don't know
A boss is an authority figure who tells his or her workers how to fill their roles as employees.
a) True b) False c) I don't know d) Maybe
Role conflict occurs when two people choose the same roles.
a) True b) False - when one person has to choose between 2 or more roles c) I don't know d) maybe
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