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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part III, Some Clinical Implications, Chapter 10, Some Implications for the Theories Behind Therapeutic Reconstructions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Stern asserts that there are some elements of the sense of self that exist prior to language use including all of the following except ______.
(a) Physical cohesion.
(b) Permanent continuity.
(c) Temporary continuity.
(d) Sense of agency.
2. Self-coherence integrates the unity of _________, the experience of being at a place at a certain time.
3. According to the book the infant does not see the world in terms of separate domains, it is experienced as ______.
4. The _________ is an experience of being in the presence of a self-regulating other, according to the research of this book.
(c) Evoked companion.
5. Infants begin to learn that they can share subjective ________ with others and they begin to develop a working theory of how other minds work.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the book, at around 8 weeks, infants begin to make direct _______ contact.
2. The third organizing perspective produces a ______ during which time language points to knowledge of self.
3. Few therapists, according to Stern, believe the idea of the ________ has any special significance in development.
4. __________ theory has also given intense emotional states an important organizing role, according to Stern's research.
5. Stern asserts that infants in the emergent stage have _______ and cognitive processes that are not easily separated.
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