Question 17 (3 points)
If you ever feel like hurting your child, research suggests that you should:
Question 17 options:
admit that you are mentally ill.
find a way to reduce your stress levels and get some help.
ignore it and tell yourself not to worry.
give up custody of your children
Question 18 (3 points)
What is the primary developmental task of early childhood and what is a developmental gain that helps promote successful navigation of this task?
Question 18 options:
Autonomy vs. Shame and doubt; development of conscience
Initiative vs. Guilt; self-regulation
Identity vs. Confusion; theory of mind
Industry vs. Inferiority; mastery orientation
Trust vs. Mistrust; secure attachment
Question 19 (3 points)
Which of the following factors influences the development of children’s self-regulation skills?
Question 19 options:
Environmental factors, such as the quality of interactions in the home.
Biological or inborn factors, such as temperament.
Cognitive factors, such as working memory.
A & C only
A, B, & C
Question 20 (3 points)
Which of the following is TRUE about self-regulation?
Question 20 options:
Self-regulation is necessary for the cognitive advances of the preoperational stage.
Self-regulation makes certain pro-social behaviors possible; these aid overall social development.
In schools, self-regulation skills influence students’ behavior, but generally not their academic performance (i.e., grades).
Children who lack good self-regulation skills interact best with other children who also lack self-regulation skills.
All of these statements are true.