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. The _________ of RIGs becomes a representation that is assigned a set of retrieval cues, according to the author.
(a) Adjustments.
(b) Activities.
(c) Movement.
(d) Representation.

2. The book claims that subjective infant experience can be ascertained through the study of ______.
(a) Biology.
(b) Healthy infant development.
(c) Sociology.
(d) Psychopathology.

3. A distinct sense of being with the historical other over time generates a sense of an evoked _______ where a particular person is schematized.
(a) Definition.
(b) Companion.
(c) Experience.
(d) Identity.

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

5. This section describes the main objectives of the book and includes all of the following topics except ______.
(a) How infants perceive objects.
(b) Whether infants have a sense of self.
(c) How infants multiply experience.
(d) How infants unify experience.

6. One of the needs of infants at this stage is for ________, usually provided by the parents.
(a) Physiological regulation.
(b) Eye movement regulation.
(c) Behavior regulation.
(d) Movement regulation.

7. The developmentalist picture helps to account for the lack of differentiation of experience including ______.
(a) Integrated social events.
(b) Disturbed sleep patterns.
(c) Confused social events.
(d) Problems digesting food.

8. _________ are often shared around infants as well through protolinguistic forms, according to Stern.
(a) Movements.
(b) Excuses.
(c) Intentions.
(d) Stories.

9. The self with the other is a _________ experience, including merging, fusings, security gratification, and more, according to the author.
(a) Subjective.
(b) Honest.
(c) Natural.
(d) Objective.

10. 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 blockade.
(d) Sensory perception.

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

12. According to the author, the infant has a sense of _______ for themselves and for the other and can then form relations between the two.
(a) Identity.
(b) Movement.
(c) Core self.
(d) Name.

13. The sense of core-self requires self-__________ because otherwise the sense of the core-self would evaporate with each new event.
(a) History.
(b) Building.
(c) Memorization.
(d) Learning.

14. Self-___________ involves the sense of self that experiences affects and emotions, according to the author's findings.
(a) Affectivity.
(b) Destruction.
(c) Agency.
(d) Coherence.

15. In the first eight weeks of life, Stern believes that infants form a sense of a/an ______ self.
(a) Created.
(b) Capacitated.
(c) Inspired.
(d) Emerging.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the book, at around 8 weeks, infants begin to make direct _______ contact.

2. According to the book new _______ has opened doors for acquiring new information and generating new theories.

3. Unlike other thinkers in the field, the author suggests that each developmental stage is ______.

4. The book mentions several maturational tasks that must be adapted to include all of the following except ______.

5. Core-__________ establishes physical and sensory distinctions between self and the other, according to the author's findings.

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