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This activity contains 23 questions.

Question 1.
________ suggests that the ability and need to form an attachment relationship early in life is a genetic characteristic of all human beings.

 
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Question 2.
Maia feels a great deal of affection for her daughter. Developmentalists call this feeling ________.

 
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Question 3.
Which of the following is true regarding the bonds between parents and children?

 
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Question 4.
Tammy and her mother went to the circus. A clown wearing stilts approached them. Tammy had never seen such a thing. When her mother began to laugh at the clown, Tammy looked warily at her mother then began her own uneasy laughter. This is an example of ________.

 
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Question 5.

Thadeus plays next to his mother on the floor with no problem when they are waiting to see the doctor. If a stranger enters the waiting room, Thad seems a little unsure, at first. Then he returns to his toys without showing any particular anxiety. He has even been known to approach a total stranger and offer a toy. Developmentalists would consider Thad to be ________.
 
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Question 6.
All of the following are factors that affect attachment, EXCEPT:

 
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Question 7.
In cross-cultural studies, ________ was shown to produce the smallest number of avoidant attachments.

 
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Question 8.
Grayson seems to be a happy baby. She doesn't seem to mind trying new foods and she has a fairly regular sleeping and eating pattern. According to your text, Grayson would be considered a(n) ________ child.

 
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Question 9.
________ is a pattern of responding to people and objects in the environment.

 
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Question 10.
Betsy is a shy, quiet child. She likes to play alone in her swing or in her bed. Because of her shyness, she tends to gravitate toward solitary activities. Some developmentalists would suggest that Betsy's preference is actually ________.

 
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Question 11.
Another name for the subjective self is ________.

 
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Question 12.
With regard to gender differences in temperament, which statement is true?

 
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Question 13.
Understanding that one is defined by various categories such as gender or qualities such as attractiveness is the essence of the ________.

 
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Question 14.
About what percentage of children (of working mothers) are actually placed in a day care center environment?

 
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Question 15.
Which statement is true regarding attachment and child care?

 
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Question 16.
The emotional tie to a parent that an infant experiences is called attachment.

   
 
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Question 17.
Fathers are less likely to foster secure attachment because they tend to rough-house with their children.

   
 
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Question 18.
Stranger anxiety is rare before about 5-6 months of age.

   
 
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Question 19.
Emotional availability is rare for mothers of securely attached infants.

   
 
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Question 20.
Maternal depression does not guarantee an insecure attachment.

   
 
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Question 21.
The inborn predispositions that form the basis for personality are called demeanor.

   
 
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Question 22.
Dopamine and serotonin are neurotransmitters that are associated with temperament, by way of their functions in regulating the brain's responses to various stimuli.

   
 
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Question 23.
The emotional self begins to develop as early as 2-3 weeks of age.

   
 
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