Part I, The Questions and Their Background, Chapter 1, Exploring the Infant's Subjective Experience: A Central Role for the Sense of Self
1. This section describes the main objectives of the book and includes all of the following topics except ______.
(a) How infants perceive objects.
(b) How infants multiply experience.
(c) How infants unify experience.
(d) Whether infants have a sense of self.
2. The book claims that subjective infant experience can be ascertained through the study of ______.
(b) Healthy infant development.
3. According to the book new _______ has opened doors for acquiring new information and generating new theories.
(d) Social orders.
4. According to the book the author is both a psychoanalyst and a _______, one who studies child development.
5. According to the book, psychoanalysis is a _______ theory that is used to acquire information about patients.
(a) Clinical psychological.
(b) Clinical biological.
(c) Clinical medical.
(d) Clinical sociological.
6. Psychological theories are based on hypotheses about the subject's ______ experience, which is otherwise unknowable.
This section contains 4,155 words
(approx. 14 pages at 300 words per page)