The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Daniel N. Stern
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to the book new _______ has opened doors for acquiring new information and generating new theories.
(a) Social orders.
(b) Research.
(c) Species.
(d) Psychologies.

2. Infants can also develop self-regulating experiences with ___________ which can develop early, such as security blankets.
(a) Other children.
(b) Bedding.
(c) Archetypal forms.
(d) Inanimate things.

3. The self with the other comes about when the distinct ________ is integrated with the idea of the distinct other.
(a) Headspace.
(b) Body.
(c) Self.
(d) Thought process.

4. ___________ can regulate the infant's attention and engagement as a result of the idea of self-regulation that is happening to the infant and around them.
(a) Caregivers.
(b) Books.
(c) Toy sellers.
(d) Other infants.

5. When capacities mature in infants, there is a _______ according to organizing subjective perspectives.
(a) Inter-subjective leap.
(b) Physical leap.
(c) Social leap.
(d) Mental leap.

6. The book mentions several maturational tasks that must be adapted to include all of the following except ______.
(a) Social exchange.
(b) Environmental regulation.
(c) Physiological regulation.
(d) Physiological dis-regulation.

7. The _________ self begins to establish a theory of self and others' subjective stages on top of their own development.
(a) Objective.
(b) Infant.
(c) Adult.
(d) Subjective.

8. According to the book, Erickson suggested several stages of development that included all of the following except _____.
(a) Industry.
(b) Autonomy.
(c) Sensory.
(d) Trust.

9. The sense of self-______ contains the sense of volition that comes before a motor act, according to the book.
(a) Destruction.
(b) Coherence.
(c) Agency.
(d) Affectivity.

10. The child experiences organization through two forms, _______ perception and constructionistic efforts.
(a) Unimodal.
(b) Bimodal.
(c) Amodal.
(d) Trimodal.

11. According to the book, Stern focuses on the sense of self because it can generate a/an ________ pattern of awareness.
(a) Discontinuous.
(b) Ingenous.
(c) Invariant.
(d) Variant.

12. _______ is developed when self and others acquire subjective mental states that can be recognized by the infant.
(a) Subjective relatedness.
(b) Objective relatedness.
(c) Intrasubjective relatedness.
(d) Intersubjective relatedness.

13. The coherence of _______ is the sense that an obvious property belongs to someone, according to the author.
(a) Power.
(b) Location.
(c) Form.
(d) Locus.

14. Infants begin to learn that they can share subjective ________ with others and they begin to develop a working theory of how other minds work.
(a) Spaces.
(b) Actions.
(c) Experiences.
(d) Names.

15. Self-_________ becomes tied to the behaviors of the self-regulating other because they occur together.
(a) Experience.
(b) Understanding.
(c) Coherence.
(d) Identity.

Short Answer Questions

1. The subjective self is the part of development which occurs when an infant finds they have a ________ and that others do as well.

2. From birth to two months of age, the _____ is employed to relate diverse experiences, affects, perceptions and events.

3. The term _______ emergence is used as a way to think about how the infant at this stage experiences the world.

4. According to the book, infants seek ______ and have innate biases about the kinds and amount they seek.

5. The first sense of a self created in the first 8 weeks will remain active for _______.

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