Quiz 9: Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development
Moral development means getting the knowledge of right things and wrong things. This is explained by the Kohlberg's theory of moral development. He elaborated this by rating the information children use and on the complexities of moral reasoning. He gave four levels of moral development with two sub stages in each. In this conventional level is the third stage that involves two sub stages of stage 3 and stage 4. In this they get to know the right and wrong by conformity and conventionally. They will get to know the good-boy and good-girl orientation. Hence the blank can be filled with .
Memory is nothing but the storage and retrieval of information. In that sensory memory refers to visual impression of an object that lasts for a fraction of second. Then the trace of the stimulus decays. Children from the age of 10years they are capable of retrieving and storage of information. They now have the memory equal to the adults. Hence the options (b), (c), and (d) are not correct. Working memory is called the short-term memory. A child focusing on the sensory recognition tends to retain it in working memory. This is for up to 30seconds and trace of the stimulus decay. To keep the information in the working memory rehearsals is the best way that usually starts at the age of six to nine. Rehearsal is a process of repeating the same words or information and thus also getting the ability to ignore distractions Hence the correct option is .
Memory is nothing but the storage and retrieval of information. In that sensory memory refers to visual impression of an object that lasts for a fraction of second. Then the trace of the stimulus decays. Hence the blank can be filled with .