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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. Experiments suggest that episodes are representations of __________ that have been generalized, or RIGs.
(a) Interactions.
(b) Integrations.
(c) Intuitions.
(d) Movements.

2. The physical self or _______, is experienced as coherent, willful, and a physical entity relying on interpersonal capacities.
(a) Experiential sense of self.
(b) Sense of a subjective self.
(c) Residual sense of self.
(d) Platonic sense of self.

3. When capacities mature in infants, there is a _______ according to organizing subjective perspectives.
(a) Physical leap.
(b) Mental leap.
(c) Inter-subjective leap.
(d) Social leap.

4. According to the book, the ______ infant was thought to be connected to the social world.
(a) Observed.
(b) Small.
(c) Objective.
(d) Clinical.

5. One of the primary objectives of the core self stage is to develop a/an ________ world so the infant can interact.
(a) Individual.
(b) Interpersonal.
(c) Extrapersonal.
(d) Intrapersonal.

Short Answer Questions

1. The sense of self-______ contains the sense of volition that comes before a motor act, according to the book.

2. The subjective self opens a domain of intersubjective relatedness which builds on the __________ self.

3. ___________ can regulate the infant's attention and engagement as a result of the idea of self-regulation that is happening to the infant and around them.

4. According to the book, psychoanalysis is a _______ theory that is used to acquire information about patients.

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

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Stern believe is part of the reason for infants responding to parental behavior, according to the content of the book?

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

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

4. What is the observed view of infancy, a dialogue that continues throughout the book?

5. What are parts of the subjective experience in the Self with Other, according to Stern?

6. What happens to infants when they are between the second and third months of life?

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 does infant research note about the capability of the infant who is between two and three months?

9. What are some of the many forms of what might be called the self, according to this book?

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

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