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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. At this stage of development, infants become emotionally responsive to the perceptions of the _________ states of others.
2. Children, at this time, also begin to use personal _______ when referring to themselves and others, and they begin to engage in empathic acts.
3. At times, search strategies and certain therapeutic approaches cause therapists to overemphasize some problems in _______, while ignoring others.
4. However, other researchers have found that infants have optimum levels of __________ that they will seek and other levels they will avoid.
5. Stern sees the sharing of ________ states as the most important and the most clinically observable aspect of intersubjective relatedness.
Short Answer Questions
1. Regulation through the Freudian notion of the _______ is always present, according to Stern's findings.
2. _____________ are forms of non-localized distresses and can cause ongoing functions required to maintain social states to fail.
3. By considering new experimental findings, Stern can begin to infer the _________ experience of the sense of self.
4. Self psychology, according to Stern, offers the most ________ value when it suggests search strategies that help construct life narratives.
5. Traditional theories are limited because they think of the phases of development as being ______-specific.
Short Essay Questions
1. As what does Stern hope for his work to serve within psychology and in the world, according to the content of the book?
2. What are the three senses of self, as listed in this section of the book by Stern?
3. What do most experienced clinicians do in terms of the development theory, according to the book?
4. What are the stages of development that Stern recommends foregoing in terms of analysis?
5. Why does language cause a split in the experience of the self, according to the book?
6. What does it mean when Stern describes the idea of deferred imitation in children?
7. What does the quasi-imitation that happens between an infant and their mother produce?
8. Why does Stern omit the idea of an oral stage when he discusses the infant growth stages, according to the content of the book?
9. What does the development of the infant infer, according to Stern's findings?
10. What does Freud believe about the first few months of an infant's life, according to the book?
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