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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 states that affect attunement is a form of __________, rather than something else entirely.
2. When an infant is unable to share their inner experiences, they might begin to focus on __________, rather than sharing.
3. ___________ psychology has neglected the idea of intersubjective relatedness in regards to infants, according to the author.
(a) Research oriented.
4. Stern describes four distinct senses of the self that emerge at different times including all of the following except ______.
(a) The core self.
(b) The divergent self.
(c) The emergent self.
(d) The verbal self.
5. The relationships that develop because of language create a new subjective _______ and domain of relatedness for the infant.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the phase characterized by a sense of subjective self, infants can utilize all of the following capacities except ______.
2. Infants and others negotiate meanings together, which generate self-other ___________, according to Stern in this book.
3. __________ theory has also given intense emotional states an important organizing role, according to Stern's research.
4. According to Stern, the sense of the emergent self has ______ main parts that participate.
5. Neurological and ethological viewpoints provide evidence that a sense of ______ is more sensitive during its formation.
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