The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology Test | Final 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. _________ believed that in the first few months of life that an infant had a protective shield against stimuli that might affect development.
(a) Jung.
(b) Stern.
(c) Freud.
(d) Smith.

2. _______ psychology can also aid in searching for causes when a diagnosis is already known, according to Stern.
(a) Pop.
(b) Inner.
(c) Practice.
(d) Self.

3. Children, at this time, also begin to use personal _______ when referring to themselves and others, and they begin to engage in empathic acts.
(a) Pronouns.
(b) Adjectives.
(c) Movements.
(d) Subjects.

4. Non-__________ is a situation in which the infant is unable to engage in an attunement of affect, as in the case of being around a mentally unstable person.
(a) Movement.
(b) Attunement.
(c) Learning.
(d) Dysphasia.

5. Just as ________ develop, according to Stern, so must the theories about what they experience and who they are.
(a) Adults.
(b) Narratives.
(c) Therapists.
(d) Infants.

6. However, other researchers have found that infants have optimum levels of __________ that they will seek and other levels they will avoid.
(a) Love.
(b) Movement.
(c) Stimulation.
(d) Attunement.

7. An infant's ability to tolerate stimulation or regulate arousal may be linked to _________ disorders later in life, according to Stern.
(a) Mania.
(b) Power.
(c) Anxiety.
(d) Learning.

8. Stern believes that the capacities which tie diverse experiences of the social world together are largely determined by _________.
(a) Genetics.
(b) Books.
(c) Myths.
(d) Environment.

9. Neurological and ethological viewpoints provide evidence that a sense of ______ is more sensitive during its formation.
(a) Self.
(b) Memory.
(c) Knowledge.
(d) Other.

10. _____________ are forms of non-localized distresses and can cause ongoing functions required to maintain social states to fail.
(a) Access inputs.
(b) Primitive agonies.
(c) Primary discords.
(d) Primary learnings.

11. Traditional theories are limited because they think of the phases of development as being ______-specific.
(a) Age.
(b) Gender.
(c) Environment.
(d) Action.

12. To learn, the representation of the knowledge must be laid down in long term memory, which means that the _________ memory must be developed.
(a) Pressive.
(b) Expressive.
(c) RIGs.
(d) Evocative.

13. Infants must have two versions of the same _______ available, as they enter into this stage of development.
(a) Reality.
(b) Other.
(c) Self.
(d) Mother.

14. The infant always has some, at least rudimentary, sense of ____________, according to Stern in his findings and research.
(a) Future.
(b) Separateness.
(c) Movement.
(d) Self.

15. Infants have the same active regulatory _______ with the external world as does anyone at any age of development.
(a) Barriers.
(b) Movement.
(c) Traffic.
(d) Activity.

Short Answer Questions

1. Experimenters believe that ________ affects and vitality affects are attuned to, but perhaps primarily, vitality affects.

2. Regulation through the Freudian notion of the _______ is always present, according to Stern's findings.

3. Infants and others negotiate meanings together, which generate self-other ___________, according to Stern in this book.

4. Infants must understand the idea of __________, or their execution of the act and the ability to change between the two realities.

5. _________, according to Stern, might result from difficulties translating information from one modality to another.

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