Ψ Note: These questions are part of a larger data base of questions on Chapter 8 & are selected to represent the type of question you should expect on unit three. You can, in fact, expect to see many of these very same questions on that exam. Exam questions, however, may deal with topics not covered in the self tests or in lectures but are discussed in your textbook. You are responsible for the content of your text book plus the content of lectures, interactive activities, & material on the web site.
• genetic background, nutrition, & health care.
• genetic disorders, social deprivation, & illness.
• gender, hormone levels, & nutrition.
• Kyle, who lives high above sea level
• Kevin, who is the oldest child in the family
• Kurt, who lives in a rural area
• are usually gone by middle childhood.
• is a rigidity about daily routines a.k.a. "just right" or "just so" phenomenon.
• all of the above.
• connects the two halves of the brain.
• compensates for loss of brain function due to injury.
• promotes regular childhood sleep patterns.
• grows in response to injury.
• is a way to measure body fat.
• connect the two halves of the brain.
• child maltreatment cases are not all treated the same.
• children are able to leave abusive environments.
• intergenerational transmission does not occur.
• getting children out of abusive situations.
• responding to the first symptoms of a problem.
• removing the second child if the first has been abused.
• Offer him only whatever the family is eating. When he gets hungry enough, he'll eat.
• Let him have the peanut butter & jelly sandwich but at the same time offer other foods.
• Tell him that he can have the peanut butter & jelly sandwich only after trying whatever
the rest of the family is having.
• expansion of the corpus callosum.
• development of the frontal lobe.
• a combination of the above.
• pouring juice from a pitcher.
• cutting food with a knife & fork.
• making meaningful marks on paper.
• "failure to thrive"
• "shaken baby syndrome"
• "post-traumatic stress disorder"
• Both are considered child abuse in some countries but not in others.
• Neither is considered appropriate before age 6.
• “Acceptable” for a child depends on the sex of the child.
8. Foster care generally means
19. Which of the following concerning foster care is not true?
Lifespan Growth & Development
What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult.