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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The physical self or _______, is experienced as coherent, willful, and a physical entity relying on interpersonal capacities.
(a) Sense of a subjective self.
(b) Platonic sense of self.
(c) Experiential sense of self.
(d) Residual sense of self.
2. According to the book the infant does not see the world in terms of separate domains, it is experienced as ______.
3. Stern's developmental approach is seen to mirror most closely that of Mahler and ______.
4. The child experiences organization through two forms, _______ perception and constructionistic efforts.
5. The sense of core-self requires self-__________ because otherwise the sense of the core-self would evaporate with each new event.
Short Answer Questions
1. Interpersonal ________ then transitions from overt actions to the internal subjective states behind those behaviors.
2. What type of psychology has NOT neglected the story of intersubjective relatedness, according to Stern?
3. Integration is experiences as an episodic ___________, according to Stern in his writing.
4. The subjective self is the part of development which occurs when an infant finds they have a ________ and that others do as well.
5. From birth to two months of age, the _____ is employed to relate diverse experiences, affects, perceptions and events.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the goal of the book in its exploration of the subjective life of infants, according to the content of the book?
2. What does Stern believe is part of the reason for infants responding to parental behavior, according to the content of the book?
3. What may always be too much for the behavioral sciences, though it must still be theorized about?
4. What does intersubjective relatedness involve deliberately in the study of infants, according to the content of the book?
5. What are the two parts that make up the sense of the emergent self, according to Stern in this book?
6. What are fusion like experiences dependent on, according to Stern in his findings about infants?
7. What are the three main questions the author seeks to explore and to answer within this book?
8. What are some of the many forms of what might be called the self, according to this book?
9. How do the experiences of being with another become active acts of integration, according to the content of the book?
10. What does Stern say is the definition of the clinical infant as will be described and used in parts of this book?
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