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Developmental psychology: Quiz


Question 1: One of the ways in which this relationship has been explored in recent years is through the emerging field of ________.
Evolutionary developmental psychologyE. O. WilsonEvolutionary psychologySociobiology

Question 2: [23] By the early to mid-twentieth century, the work of ________ and Piaget, mentioned above, had established a strong empirical tradition in the field.
Lev VygotskyAleksei N. LeontievAlexander LuriaDevelopmental psychology

Question 3: Linguist ________ asserts that, evidenced by the lack of sufficient information in the language input, there is a universal grammar that applies to all human languages and is pre-specified.
Noam Chomsky's political viewsNoam ChomskyHenry David ThoreauAnarchism

Question 4: Attachment theory, originally developed by ________, focuses on close, intimate, emotionally meaningful relationships.
John BowlbyJean PiagetAttachment-based therapy (children)Erik Erikson

Question 5: Primitive reflexes reappear in adults under certain conditions, such as neurological conditions like ________ or traumatic lesions.
Alzheimer's diseaseParkinson's diseaseHuntington's diseaseDementia

Question 6: ________: Social contextualism; Zone of proximal development
Aleksei N. LeontievDevelopmental psychologyLev VygotskyAlexander Luria

Question 7: Later, ________ articulated stages of psychological development throughout human life.
AnthroposophyRudolf SteinerAlbert SchweitzerAnthroposophical Society

Question 8: It is generally believed that ________ increases up to old age, while fluid intelligence decreases with age.
Fluid and crystallized intelligenceRaymond CattellGeneral intelligence factorIntelligence quotient

Question 9: Lowered testosterone levels result in mood swings and a decline in sperm count and speed of ________ and erection.
Sexual intercourseMasturbationOrgasmEjaculation

Question 10: Additionally, these are all ________, not experimental, designs, and so one cannot readily infer causation from the data they yield.
Pearson product-moment correlation coefficientNormal distributionVarianceCorrelation and dependence

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