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.

The infant, at this stage, becomes capable of ____________ intimacy and thus the parental socialization becomes a more important issue. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 6, The Sense of a Subjective Self, I, Overview)

2.

Primary psychological needs for __________, according to Stern, may also play a role in the emergence of intersubjectivity. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 6, The Sense of a Subjective Self, I, Overview)

3.

Self-_________ becomes tied to the behaviors of the self-regulating other because they occur together. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 5, The Sense of a Core Self, II, Self with Other)

4.

The _________ self begins to establish a theory of self and others' subjective stages on top of their own development. (from Part II, The Four Senses of Self, Chapter 6, The Sense of a Subjective Self, I, Overview)

5.

At times, search strategies and certain therapeutic approaches cause therapists to overemphasize some problems in _______, while ignoring others. (from Epilogue)

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