C Schooling is increasingly directed toward preparation for the world of work. The author encourages students to relate what they read to their own lives. Office of Education and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. A the United States B Canada C Denmark D Australia Answer: A Page Ref: 33 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. Answer: A Page Ref: 13 Skill: Apply Objective: 1.
C facilitate bilingual speech recognition. B regarded children as fully mature by the time they were 7 or 8 years old. Answer: C Page Ref: 33 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. In-Text Highlighted Key Terms with Definitions, End-of-Chapter Term List, and End-of-Book Glossary Mastery of terms is promoted through in-text highlighting of key terms and definitions. Answer: B Page Ref: 6 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. Answer: B Page Ref: 17 Skill: Understand Objective: 1.
D were the first researchers to implement behavior modification techniques. Answer: D Page Ref: 24 Skill: Apply Objective: 1. B his stagewise account pays insufficient attention to social and cultural influences. A nurture; continuous B context; nature C change; heredity D stages; discontinuous Answer: D Page Ref: 8 Skill: Understand Objective: 1. About the Author Laura E. Children move through a series of developmental steps, each with unique features, until they reach the highest level of functioning.
A behaviorism; ethology B social learning theory; evolutionary developmental psychology C sociocultural theory; the dynamic systems perspective D behaviorism; ecological systems theory Answer: C Page Ref: 32 Skill: Understand Objective: 1. Answer: A Page Ref: 17 Skill: Understand Objective: 1. D think just as logically as adults do. B United States is a relatively wealthy nation. A psychoanalytic perspective B cognitive-developmental theory C information processing D social learning theory Answer: D Page Ref: 32 Skill: Understand Objective: 1. By using this test bank in conjunction with your textbook, you will have all the resources necessary to ensure success in the classroom. She believes that she will succeed if she relies on her abilities.
B develop the capacity for abstract thinking. A solution manual offers the complete detailed answers to every question in textbook at the end of chapter. B extreme poverty is no longer a major problem among U. Page Ref: 7, 32 142 Compare the United States with other industrialized countries on several indicators of child health and well-being. Berk has served as research editor of Young Children and consulting editor of Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
A solution manual offers the complete detailed answers to every question in textbook at the end of chapter. She engages in make-believe play and has a blossoming sense of morality. Answer: B Page Ref: 11 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. B cannot be scientifically verified. Answer: B Page Ref: 25 Skill: Apply Objective: 1.
B conducted open-ended clinical interviews. As members of a global and diverse human community, students are called on to intelligently approach the responsibility of understanding and responding to the needs and concerns of children. C good judgment, planning, and critical reflection. D views children as blank slates. Answer: B Page Ref: 4 Skill: Understand Objective: 1.
B the child as a developing organism within a complex system of relationships affected by multiple levels of the surrounding environment. They also include bolded key terms, which help students acquire and master the vocabulary of the field. She is a frequent contributor to edited volumes on early childhood development, having recently authored chapters on the importance of parenting, on make-believe play and self-regulation, and on the kindergarten child. D It completely eliminated government-funded preschool and child-care subsidies. Answer: A Page Ref: 4 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. B a socially constructed structure.
C children were viewed as blank slates. Development occurs as the brain grows and children exercise their innate drive to discover reality in a generally stimulating environment. C observing his own three children. Answer: C Page Ref: 30 Skill: Understand Objective: 1. Answer: B Page Ref: 13 Skill: Remember Objective: 1. Developing Non-Gender-Stereotyped Children Part V: Contexts for Development 14 The Family Origins and Functions of the Family The Family as a Social System Socialization Within the Family Family Lifestyles and Transitions Vulnerable Families: Child Maltreatment 15 Peers, Media, and Schooling Peer Relations Media Schooling About the Author s Laura E.