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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part II, The Four Senses of the Self, Chapter 3, The Sense of an Emergent Self.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Stern asserts that the process of subjectively experiencing social interactions requires _____ senses of self.
2. The first sense of a self created in the first 8 weeks will remain active for _______.
(a) The first year of life.
(b) The first twenty years of life.
(c) The first ten years of life.
(d) The rest of life.
3. The child experiences organization through two forms, _______ perception and constructionistic efforts.
4. The book mentions several maturational tasks that must be adapted to include all of the following except ______.
(a) Physiological regulation.
(b) Physiological dis-regulation.
(c) Environmental regulation.
(d) Social exchange.
5. According to the book, infants seek ______ and have innate biases about the kinds and amount they seek.
(a) Sensory deprivation.
(b) Sensory stimulation.
(c) Sensory perception.
(d) Sensory blockade.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hypothesizing about infant experience requires the use of an unobserved "_____ quality" in order to make an inference.
2. Stern describes four distinct senses of the self that emerge at different times including all of the following except ______.
3. According to the book, Stern focuses on the sense of self because it can generate a/an ________ pattern of awareness.
4. Stern asserts that infants in the emergent stage have _______ and cognitive processes that are not easily separated.
5. According to the book the author is both a psychoanalyst and a _______, one who studies child development.
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