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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. According to the book new _______ has opened doors for acquiring new information and generating new theories.
(b) Social orders.
2. This section describes the main objectives of the book and includes all of the following topics except ______.
(a) How infants multiply experience.
(b) How infants unify experience.
(c) How infants perceive objects.
(d) Whether infants have a sense of self.
3. Stern believes that the _______ is the primary organizing principle of development.
(a) Sense of others.
(c) Stages of development.
(d) Sense of self.
4. _______ is developed when self and others acquire subjective mental states that can be recognized by the infant.
(a) Intrasubjective relatedness.
(b) Subjective relatedness.
(c) Objective relatedness.
(d) Intersubjective relatedness.
5. 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) Sense of agency.
(c) Permanent continuity.
(d) Temporary continuity.
Short Answer Questions
1. At ______ of age infants seem to sense that they have an interior subjective life and that others do as well.
2. Clinical and parental view tend to converge in believing the child has an active subjective life including ______.
3. In Chapter Two, Stern makes a distinction between the _______ infant and the observed infant.
4. According to the book, Stern explores the nature of the infant's experience through the study of the ______.
5. There are many forms of the self including all of the following except _______.
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