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Temperament is entirely shaped by early interactions with adults during infancy and toddlerhood.
The New York Longitudinal Study categorized infants based on 5 dimensions of temperament.
Easy children, according to the categories, tend to have a low activity level.
Personality is primarily influenced by biological factors and not by experiences.
Social smiling in infants typically develops around the age of two months.
Which of the following is NOT a basic emotion (primary emotion) according to the text?
At what age do infants typically show fear in response to stranger wariness or separation anxiety?
According to the text, what is a key aspect of emotional self-regulation in infants and toddlers?
When does self-awareness typically develop in infants, according to Lewis and Brooks (1978)?
What is attachment, according to Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory?
According to Harlow’s classic study, infant monkeys overwhelmingly preferred the wire mother for comfort over the warm terry-cloth mother.
What does Bowlby define as a secure base in the context of attachment theory?
According to Erikson’s theory, what is the primary goal of infancy in the first year to year and a half of life?
What is the primary focus of Mary Ainsworth’s Strange Situation test?
Reactive Attachment Disorder is a diagnosis for infants who do not grow, develop, or gain weight on schedule.
What percentage of children in the United States is estimated to be securely attached according to attachment styles?
What is resiliency in the context of attachment?
Child care involves only supervision of a child and does not extend to activities, social conventions, or institutions.
According to U.S. Census Bureau data in 2011, what percentage of families with children under five relied on regular child care arrangements?
What is the minimum requirement for leading a family child care program in some states in the U.S.?
“Easy child,” “difficult child,” and “slow-to-warm-up child” are three basic types of ________ identified by psychiatrists Alexander Chess and Stella Thomas