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How would a parent utilize guided participation to improve the math skills of her child?
Selected
Answer:
a.
Encourage him or her to find and solve math problems in everyday life (e.g., the
number of eggs in a carton).
Answers:
a.
Encourage him or her to find and solve math problems in everyday life (e.g., the
number of eggs in a carton).
b.
Encourage him or her to play a math-based computer game.
c.
Have him or her play a series of math games with a more math-skilled sibling.
d.
Buy him or her a study guide on math.
Question 2
4 out of 4 points
Jeffrey is a three-year-old who is beginning to make connections between people’s thoughts,
intentions, and behaviors. According to Wellman (2002), Jeffrey is developing
Selected Answer:
d.
a theory of mind.
Answers:
a.
a temperament.
b.
motor skills.
c.
retinal disparity.
d.
a theory of mind.
Question 3
0 out of 4 points
By definition, attention determines
Selected Answer:
b.
the attainment of formal operational thought.
Answers:
a.
the belief in animism.


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b.
the attainment of formal operational thought.
c.
which sensory information receives additional cognitive processing.
d.
general intelligence.
Question 4
4 out of 4 points
With which person is Rosalind most likely to act altruistically?
Selected Answer:
c.
Hayley, who is Rosalind’s little sister
Answers:
a.
Masja, who was in Rosalind’s class last year
b.
Demi, whom Rosalind has never met
c.
Hayley, who is Rosalind’s little sister
d.
Dianne, who is a friend of Rosalind’s mother
Question 5
4 out of 4 points
Attachment is most critical to completing which of Erikson’s stages of psychosocial 
development?
Selected Answer:
d.
Trust versus mistrust
Answers:
a.
Initiative versus guilt
b.
Intimacy versus isolation
c.
Autonomy versus shame and doubt


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d.
Trust versus mistrust
Question 6
4 out of 4 points
Which description of the sex difference in spatial ability is the most accurate?
Selected Answer:
a.
Average tests scores of spatial ability are higher for boys than girls.
Answers:
a.
Average tests scores of spatial ability are higher for boys than girls.
b.
Girls and boys score equally on tests of spatial ability.
c.
Girls perform better on tests of spatial ability than boys.
d.
Most boys perform better on tests of spatial ability than the brightest girl.
Question 7
4 out of 4 points
One of the most effective ways for Dottie to get her child to engage in altruistic behavior is for Dottie 
to
Selected
Answer:
d.
model the behavior herself.
Answers:
a.
avoid discipline.
b.
do nothing and let the child’s natural altruistic instinct take over.
c.
not dwell on or praise any spontaneous acts of altruism she observes in her
child.
d.
model the behavior herself.
Question 8


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