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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. Neurological and ethological viewpoints provide evidence that a sense of ______ is more sensitive during its formation.
2. Stern seeks to describe the development of the infant's sense of __________ in this book.
3. When searching for causes of ________ personality disorder, for example, different theories look for an experience of abandonment or isolation as a cause.
4. By considering new experimental findings, Stern can begin to infer the _________ experience of the sense of self.
5. With language, the self and the ________ can now relate in an enormous number of ways and with shared varied meanings.
Short Answer Questions
1. To learn, the representation of the knowledge must be laid down in long term memory, which means that the _________ memory must be developed.
2. Children can begin to see themselves in a mirror, showing that they can now begin to see themselves ___________.
3. The interpersonal ______ created by attunement is crucial for helping an infant realize that internal feeling states can be shared with others.
4. Infants and others negotiate meanings together, which generate self-other ___________, according to Stern in this book.
5. What is NOT one of the three different qualities that can be matched in the process of affect attunement?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why should the period of emergence of each sense of self be focused on when an infant is studied, according to the content of the book?
2. What should psychopathology be seen as manifesting, according to the findings of Stern?
3. What does Stern believe about the capacities that tie diverse experiences of the social world together?
4. What happens when a child reaches their second year of living, according to the book?
5. As what does Stern hope for his work to serve within psychology and in the world, according to the content of the book?
6. What are the stages of development that Stern recommends foregoing in terms of analysis?
7. What does Stern recognize about his theory, which he admits at the end of the book?
8. What might result in anxiety disorders later in life, according to Stern's studies in this book?
9. What does it mean when Stern describes the idea of deferred imitation in children?
10. What do most experienced clinicians do in terms of the development theory, according to the book?
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