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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. Children also begin to acquire a capacity to engage in _________ play, or the process of imitating the actions of adults in their lives.
2. __________ intensity, according to Stern, may not be the decisive influence that many have thought it to be.
3. Experimenters have found that the attunement process often occurs beyond ___________, as found from speaking with and researching mothers.
4. Non-__________ is a situation in which the infant is unable to engage in an attunement of affect, as in the case of being around a mentally unstable person.
5. Clinicians should keep _________ theory in the background when they practice, according to Stern.
Short Answer Questions
1. The interpersonal ______ created by attunement is crucial for helping an infant realize that internal feeling states can be shared with others.
2. _________, according to Stern, might result from difficulties translating information from one modality to another.
3. _________ believed that in the first few months of life that an infant had a protective shield against stimuli that might affect development.
4. What the infant enjoys and what reality is accepted arise together for the _________, not the latter after the former.
5. Neurological and ethological viewpoints provide evidence that a sense of ______ is more sensitive during its formation.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does language cause a split in the experience of the self, according to the book?
2. What might result in anxiety disorders later in life, according to Stern's studies in this book?
3. What sense is most sensitive during its formation, according to Stern in this book?
4. What does Stern recognize about his theory, which he admits at the end of the book?
5. What are the three senses of self, as listed in this section of the book by Stern?
6. 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?
7. What are the stages of development that Stern recommends foregoing in terms of analysis?
8. What does it mean when Stern describes the idea of deferred imitation in children?
9. Why might pathologies result in the study of the formation of self in the infant, according to Stern?
10. Why does Stern omit the idea of an oral stage when he discusses the infant growth stages, according to the content of the book?
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