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. Stern's developmental approach is seen to mirror most closely that of Mahler and ______.
(a) Klein.
(b) Bowlby.
(c) Winnicott.
(d) James.

2. The subjective self is the part of development which occurs when an infant finds they have a ________ and that others do as well.
(a) Mind.
(b) Head.
(c) Name.
(d) Purpose.

3. Integration is experiences as an episodic ___________, according to Stern in his writing.
(a) Moment.
(b) Movement.
(c) Learning.
(d) Memory.

4. There have been several revolutions in _______ that have enabled the formation of new experimental paradigms.
(a) Filtering information.
(b) Distributing information.
(c) Collecting information.
(d) Disseminating information.

5. The ________, however, needs a sense of self-coherence in order to make sense of the senses of self-agency.
(a) Teacher.
(b) Researcher.
(c) Adult.
(d) Infant.

6. Experiences of being with an other are active acts of _________ which come about due to the active integration process.
(a) Integration.
(b) Impersonality.
(c) Learning.
(d) Development.

7. The infant, at this stage, becomes capable of ____________ intimacy and thus the parental socialization becomes a more important issue.
(a) Physical.
(b) Psychical.
(c) Environmental.
(d) Educational.

8. The infant is actually embedded within a social _______ which is the consequence of the actions of others, according to the author.
(a) System.
(b) Web.
(c) Motion.
(d) Matrix.

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

10. 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) Names.
(b) Spaces.
(c) Actions.
(d) Experiences.

11. From birth to two months of age, the _____ is employed to relate diverse experiences, affects, perceptions and events.
(a) Sense of an divergent self.
(b) Sense of a constricted self.
(c) Sense of an emergent self.
(d) Sense of an indulgent self.

12. Self-coherence integrates the unity of _________, the experience of being at a place at a certain time.
(a) Truth.
(b) Presence.
(c) Locus.
(d) Location.

13. During the phase characterized by a sense of subjective self, infants can utilize all of the following capacities except ______.
(a) Sharing attention.
(b) Focus.
(c) Attributing intentions.
(d) Employing symbols.

14. Stern asserts that the sense of self is certainly present following language use and ______ awareness.
(a) Constructive.
(b) Self-reflective.
(c) External.
(d) Reflective.

15. According to the book, infants seek ______ and have innate biases about the kinds and amount they seek.
(a) Sensory perception.
(b) Sensory stimulation.
(c) Sensory deprivation.
(d) Sensory blockade.

Short Answer Questions

1. The _________ of RIGs becomes a representation that is assigned a set of retrieval cues, according to the author.

2. The infant begins to see themselves as __________, just as the infant begins to see others around them.

3. According to Stern, the sense of the emergent self has ______ main parts that participate.

4. The domain of intersubjective relatedness arises from something called _______ attunement, according to Stern.

5. Stern asserts that the process of subjectively experiencing social interactions requires _____ senses of self.

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