psy 200 su 09 Q1
B: should have been C
theory that was created by Erik Erikson is known as the __________ theory of
of the following of Erik Erikson's stages would most accurately describe the
developmental phase of a preschooler?
A. trust versus mistrust
B. identity versus identity confusion
C. industry versus inferiority
D. initiative versus guilt
at this age are full of surprises," comments the high school teacher.
"They come in looking and acting like punk rockers one day, then like nuns
and monks the next!" Erik Erikson would say these students are
A. trying to evaluate the usefulness of their lives.
B. actively exploring different roles.
C. trying to establish intimate relationships with others.
D. acting out repressed conflicts.
C: (should have been B)
is tall and has undeveloped testes and developed large breasts. What sex-linked
disorder does he have?
A. Klinefelter syndrome
B. Fragile X syndrome
C. Turner syndrome
D. Down syndrome
is a prenatal medical procedure where a sample of amniotic fluid is withdrawn
by syringe and tested for chromosome or metabolic disorders.
A. chorionic villi sampling
B. triple screen
D. ultrasound sonography
A: should have been C
is a 25-year-old African American. He constantly feels tired because of an
abnormality in his blood. Emanuel has
B. sickle-cell anemia.
teratogen is any agent that can cause
A. fetal movement.
B. early birth.
C. maternal discomfort.
D. birth defects.
is 6 months old. When her mother hears her cries of hunger, she comes and feeds
her; and when Marie-Ann is uncomfortable, her mother comes and moves her around
until she is comfortable. Through these actions, Marie-Ann is learning that the
world is a good place. What stage of psychosocial development is Marie-Ann
A. trust versus mistrust
B. initiative versus guilt
C. hope versus despair
D. independence versus dependence
spends a great deal of time working and trying to establish his career. He also
has been thinking about how his personal relationship is going and considering
whether it could be long term and lead to establishing a family. Travis is most
A. early adulthood.
B. middle adulthood.
C. late adolescence.
D. late adulthood.
12. Johnathan is almost completely dependent on his parents. He
is just learning to recognize things that he wants and how to get them. Johnathan is in the period of development called
A. early childhood.
B. middle childhood.
D. late childhood.
A: (C infancy)
have a ________ chromosome pairing, and men have a ________ chromosome
A. XY; XX
B. YY; XX
C. XX; YY
D. XX; XY
A. XYY syndrome.
B. Klinefelter disease.
C. Fragile X syndrome.
D. Down syndrome.
birth, the average American baby weighs ________ pounds and is approximately
________ inches long.
A. 5½ pounds; 15 inches
B. 8½ pounds; 22 inches
C. 7½ pounds; 20 inches
D. 6½ pounds; 18 inches
thinks he has a good life. He just graduated from college, has many close
friends, and is engaged to be married. According to Erik Erikson's theory,
George would be developing a sense of
of the following is the period of development that occurs 2 to 8 weeks after
18. Ahkilia is bitter and resentful. She looks back on her life
and realizes that she has made many mistakes and was too fearful to reach her
goals. At 82 years old, she knows it is too late to make any significant
changes. Ahkilia is living in
spends a lot of time thinking about the choices she has made in her life and
the events she has witnessed. She is adjusting to decreasing strength and
health, and she has made several lifestyle changes as a result. Jessica is most
A. middle adulthood.
B. late adulthood.
D. early adulthood.
A: (should have been B)
is 2 years old. His mother took him to the doctor and discovered that he had
gained 5 pounds and had grown 2 inches since his last physical exam. This is an
example of the role of __________ processes in development.