The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology Quiz

Daniel N. Stern
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Cumulative interactive patterns, for example, may be the source of many extreme _________ disorders, though finding the cause might be impossible. (from Part III, Some Clinical Implications, Chapter 11, Implications for the Therapeutic Process of Reconstructing a Developmental Past)

2.

To learn, the representation of the knowledge must be laid down in long term memory, which means that the _________ memory must be developed. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 8, The Sense of a Verbal Self)

3.

One indicator that might show possible future dangers for a core sense of self might be whether the infant's tolerance for ___________ is high. (from Part III, Some Clinical Implications, Chapter 9, The)

4.

Integration is experiences as an episodic ___________, according to Stern in his writing. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 4, The Sense of a Core Self, I, Self versus Other)

5.

According to the author, the infant has a sense of _______ for themselves and for the other and can then form relations between the two. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 5, The Sense of a Core Self, II, Self with Other)

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