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Piaget's theory of mental development is divided into:
In Harlow's famous "attachment experiments", which substitute mother did baby monkeys stay close to?
At what age do children typically begin "the babbling phase" of speech development?
According to Piaget, at what age do children begin to systematically generate and test hypotheses?
What is the infant "rooting reflex"?
In Erikson's Psychosocial Stage Theory he says that each developmental stage of life consists of a crisis that must be overcome. How many stages does he outline in this theory?
The "Strange Situation" laboratory procedure tests attachment between primary caregiver and child. During the procedure, the primary caregiver moves in and out of an unfamiliar room leaving the child alone and/or with a stranger. The child's response during each phase of the test indicates their attachment to the primary caregiver. What famous researcher developed this laboratory procedure?
Of the following, which type of child's play is the most cognitively complex?
During which of Freud's Psychosexual stages of development do people repress all interest in sexuality?
Where did Piaget obtain most of his data for his theory of mental development?
Soccer Athlete Success Evaluation (S.A.S.E.)
It takes more than quick feet to succeed in soccer. A player must be both physically and mentally tough.