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Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. Young children typically try to stay very close to their parents when they are in an unfamiliar setting. This best illustrates the adaptive value of: A) habituation. B) conservation. C) the rooting reflex. D) attachment. E) egocentrism. 2. The branch of psychology that systematically focuses on the physical, mental, and social changes that occur throughout the life cycle is called: A) clinical psychology. B) social psychology. C) personality psychology. D) developmental psychology. E) biological psychology. 3. One of the most consistently damaging teratogens is: A) epinephrine. B) testosterone. C) serotonin. D) dopamine. E) alcohol. 4.…show more content…
B) conservation. C) the rooting reflex. D) object permanence. E) habituation. 18. The process by which certain birds form attachments during a critical period very early in life is called: A) imprinting. B) assimilation. C) habituation. D) bonding. E) the rooting reflex. 19. Identical twins typically begin walking on nearly the same day. This best illustrates the importance of _______ to motor skills. A) responsive parenting B) maturation C) accommodation D) secure attachment E) habituation 20. Fred has no meaningful occupational goals and has switched college majors several times. Erikson would have suggested that Fred lacks: A) identity. B) initiative. C) trust. D) autonomy. E) competence. 21. Researchers have sneakily dabbed rouge on young children 's noses in order to study the developmental beginnings of: A) egocentrism. B) object permanence. C) habituation. D) conservation. E) self-awareness. 22. According to Kohlberg, morality based on the avoidance of punishment and the attainment of concrete rewards represents a(n) ________ morality. A) egocentric B) conventional C) preconventional D) concrete operational E) postconventional 23. The ratio of males to females first begins declining during: A) adulthood. B) infancy. C) childhood. D) adolescence. E) prenatal development.
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