Which of the following factors influences the development of children’s self-regulation skills?

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

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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

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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

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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.

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