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Past Exam for HD 1004 - Human Development I with Glynn at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Professor:Glynn
Class:HD 1004 - Human Development I
Subject:Human Development
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2001
Keywords:
  • Permissive/indulgent
  • Love Withdrawal
  • Perspective Taking
  • That Only a Mother
  • Post Conventional
  • Permissive Parenting
  • Justice Perspective
  • Withdrawal Behavior
  • Identity Crisis
  • Authoritarian
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. HD 1004 Test 3 Spring 2001 FormA tAo I~ some cultures! infants show attachments, not only to the mother, but to many people. (1J True 2. False \I Attachment is a close _____ bond between the infant and the caregiver. 1. physical 2. social 3. cognitive @ emotional 0' Erikson believed that the ______ is the time frame for the development of attachment. ~ period of autonomy G' first year of life 3. first 4 hours after birth 4. first 48 hours after birth ~ Ainsworth identified three styles of attachment. In the __ .,..- type, the child uses the mother as a base from which to explore the environment. 1. Type A (Anxious-avoidant) 'tJ Type B (Secure) /3. Type C (Anxious-Resistant) /,5. The main setting used to observe attachment in infancy is the ______ developed by Ainsworth. 1. photographic dome 2. geodesic dome o strange situation 4. one-way glass 5. ethology test Which of the following statements is true regarding infants' preferences of mother ve...

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