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Perception is
a) how we feel about a particular situation. b) what we think something might mean. c) organizing and interpreting sensory information. d) the visual appearance of information.
An example of classical conditioning is
a) giving a child a cookie after they eat all of their vegetables. b) babysitter arrives, parents leave, child cries. Then baby sees babysitter and cries. c) two children fight over a toy, toy is removed and placed out of reach. d) none of these answers
An example of operant conditioning is
a) giving a child a cookie after they eat all of their vegetables. b) babysitter arrives, parents leave, child cries. Then baby sees babysitter and cries. c) two children fight over a toy, toy is removed and placed out of reach. d) none of these answers
Following minor surgery, newborns have the neurological capacity to
a) feel pain but not remember it later in life. b) feel pain and remember it. c) feel pain but cannot be soothed, even by a pacifier. d) impulsively react to pain but not really feel it.
Parentese is
a) using a special vocabulary to speak to other adults. b) using a special vocabulary to speak to the baby. c) speaking in a high-pitched, sing-songy voice. d) speaking firmly but lovingly.
Calling all vehicles with wheels a car
a) overextension b) underextension c) productive language d) receptive language
Helping a child learn a new skill by demonstrating and then slowly having child do more and more steps alone is
a) perception b) cognition c) stereopsis d) scaffolding
Piaget's first stage which emphasizes learning through actions and senses is known as
a) preoperational. b) concrete operational. c) sensorimotor. d) formal operations.
Infants learn skills
a) only after receiving specialized training. b) when their bodies are biologically ready. c) if they are taught one-on-one. d) at the exact same time as all other infants.
Performing a task they observed after a period of delay is known as
a) habituation b) scaffolding c) deferred imitation d) conditioning
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