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Module 3 Notes
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Module 3 Quiz

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  1. Some preschool age children insist on having a new plate if two different foods touch each other. What advice would you give to the parents of such children?
  2. The reason that myelination is so important is that it _____.
  3. The brain region known as the amygdala registers _____.
  4. Preschoolers’ use of extra thick crayons helps them to make up for their developing _____.
  5. According to Jean Piaget, __________ intelligence is the stage of cognitive development that occurs between the ages of 2 and 6.
  6. The level at which children can almost, but not quite, perform a task all on their own, but can accomplish it if they have help from someone more competent is known as _____.
  7. The primary factor facilitating the establishment of theory of mind is _____.
  8. The process by which children associate new words with their meanings after only hearing it once or twice in a familiar context is called _____.
  9. Which of the following demonstrates an externalizing problem in emotional regulation?
  10. When children are young, they typically play best with _____.
  11. The _____ parenting style involves setting limits, enforcing rules, and listening receptively to one’s children.
  12. Children’s cognitive understanding of sex differences are referred to as their _____.

The Development of Morality and How Discipline Influences Behavior
Module 3 Quiz