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

Daniel N. Stern
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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. New stages of development create _____ senses of self such as with newly acquired behaviors and capabilities.
(a) Resistant.
(b) Diminuitive.
(c) Altered.
(d) Static.

2. _________ involves the recall or recognition of invariants for the infant, according to the research.
(a) Storytelling.
(b) Memory.
(c) Agency.
(d) History.

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

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

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

Short Answer Questions

1. In the first eight weeks of life, Stern believes that infants form a sense of a/an ______ self.

2. Stern continues to state that __________ ensured survival through group membership in the species and has generated ways to continue this work for survival purposes.

3. According to the book the author is both a psychoanalyst and a _______, one who studies child development.

4. _______ is not experienced by the infant, only experiences and the integration of experiences.

5. Experiments suggest that episodes are representations of __________ that have been generalized, or RIGs.

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the problem with reactivity, according to this section of the book, in relation to an infant's story?

2. What does Stern say is the definition of the clinical infant as will be described and used in parts of this book?

3. What are the two parts that make up the sense of the emergent self, according to Stern in this book?

4. What are the four different senses that are involved in the sense of core self, according to the content of the book?

5. What are some of the developmental markers that will show up in an infant who is around eight weeks?

6. What happens when an infant develops their sense of subjective self, according to the content of the book?

7. What is the goal of the book in its exploration of the subjective life of infants, according to the content of the book?

8. What happens before a child begins to create a more social understanding of their world, according to Stern?

9. What does core-relatedness do for the infant as they are growing up in the world, according to the content of the book?

10. Why don't the two core selves of an infant get confused, according to the research of Stern?

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