HDEV Study Set 2

Psychology

Quiz 9 :

Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development

Quiz 9 :

Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development

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Being able to focus on irrelevant and relevant information in a task is an example of selective attention.
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The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada argues that 3 out of 10 children have some form of learning disability.
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In the preconventional level of Kohlberg's theory of moral development, children are concerned about avoiding punishment.
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According to Piaget, it is the role of teachers to find materials that will interest children and to provide active learning opportunities for their students.
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Intelligence has finally been clearly defined and accurate testing has been developed.
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Catching a ball requires the use of fine motor skills.
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The relationship between creativity and IQ scores is moderate.
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Preschoolers are most likely to use postconventional reasoning for moral behaviour.
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Hopping, skipping, and jumping are examples of fine motor skills.
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Sensory memory last 30 seconds on average.
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Knowing that if A exceeds B in some property (say, age or height) and if B exceeds C, then A must also exceed C is an example of transitivity.
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Most children outgrow their baby fat during middle childhood.
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Approximately 15% of children in Canada are obese.
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According to Kohlberg, in the conventional level of moral reasoning, children base moral judgments on the consequences of behaviour.
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IQ scores are based on one's chronological age and one's mental age.
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Every child with ADHD has the same level of hyperactivity.
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Decentration is required for proper conservation in the concrete operational period of development.
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The Heinz dilemma is used to measure preoperational thinking.
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The average IQ score for Canadian children is 110.34.
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Children reared in bilingual homes are generally retarded in their cognitive development.
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