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1 11-Middle Childhood – Biosocial 6-11 yrs. Elementary School

2 How can I determine which person is overweight?

3 BMI (Body Mass Index) Chart

4 This represents which level of injury prevention?

5 Tertiary – Child has asthma (reduces existing condition)

6 What is this measuring?

7 Reaction time

8 These images are related to what concept?

9 Selective attention

10 What is this measuring?

11 Aptitude (Potential) for college

12 This Psychology exam is what type of test?

13 Achievement test

14 Who’s theory of intelligence?

15 Who’s theory of intelligence? Robert Sternberg’s

16 What type of student is this process designed to help?

17 Special needs children

18 A child with autism who manifests close to normal speech, is detail oriented, and shy is displaying: A. echolalia. B. Asperger syndrome. C. characteristics of a savant. D. all of the above.

19 A child with autism who manifests close to normal speech, is detail oriented, and shy is displaying: A. echolalia. B. Asperger syndrome. C. characteristics of a savant. D. all of the above.

20 Johnny is hyperactive, and when given amphetamines (stimulants) he tends to… A. Become more stimulated and active B. Calm down C. Become depressed D. Hallucinate E. Become easily angered

21 Johnny is hyperactive, and when given amphetamines (stimulants) he tends to… A. Become more stimulated and active B. Calm down C. Become depressed D. Hallucinate E. Become easily angered

22 The most effective means of helping a child with ADHD is: A. psychological therapy. B. changes in the school and family environment. C. medication. D. a combination of the above.

23 The most effective means of helping a child with ADHD is: A. psychological therapy. B. changes in the school and family environment. C. medication. D. a combination of the above.

24 Video: Middle Childhood-Biosocial What do you need help with?

25 What topics do you need help with? A. Obesity and BMI B. Prevention of health problems – Primary, secondary, and tertiary C. Changes in brain development – Reaction time, selective attention, & automatization D. Measuring the mind – Aptitude, Achievement, & IQ tests E. I understand

26 What topics do you need help with? A. Multiple intelligences B. Special needs – IEP C. ADHD & stimulants D. Asperger’s syndrome E. I understand

27 When Matt was 6 years old... Matt seems to be having a new round of colds and stomach aches, and has had to miss several days of school this fall. A. You recognize this is part of the normal process of building up immunities, and do nothing special other than to care for Matt when he is ill. B. You recognize that a lot of exposure to school and day-care increases the chances of colds, so you arrange to have Matt picked up after school at 2:30 and taken care of at home by a babysitter or relative. C. You think it is important for Matt not to miss school. You resolve to keep him home only one day with each illness, and send him to school on the second day.

28 You are the parent of a six year old whom you want to take a nap because he appears tired and cranky. When you tell him to take a nap he screams, turns away and goes into a fetal position. The harder you push the harder he resists. What do you do?

29 What is a good way to give praise and approval?

30 How do you teach children to respect you?

31 Active play is particularly important in middle childhood for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: A. it improves problem-solving skills. B. it reduces obesity. C. it teaches respect for teammates and opponents of different backgrounds. D. it reinforces prejudices and stereotypes.

32 Active play is particularly important in middle childhood for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: A. it improves problem-solving skills. B. it reduces obesity. C. it teaches respect for teammates and opponents of different backgrounds. D. it reinforces prejudices and stereotypes.

33 Regarding IQ testing, it is most accurate to say that: A. a single test measures potential. B. a single test measures achievement. C. humans have many types of intelligence. D. intelligence does not change over time.

34 Regarding IQ testing, it is most accurate to say that: A. a single test measures potential. B. a single test measures achievement. C. humans have many types of intelligence. D. intelligence does not change over time.

35 Sally’s 8-year-old son is 30 percent over his ideal weight. Sally can best help her son by: A. having her son watch TV shows on dieting. B. putting her son on a strict diet. C. signing her son up to play on a soccer team. D. taking walks and going swimming with her son on a regular basis.

36 Sally’s 8-year-old son is 30 percent over his ideal weight. Sally can best help her son by: A. having her son watch TV shows on dieting. B. putting her son on a strict diet. C. signing her son up to play on a soccer team. D. taking walks and going swimming with her son on a regular basis.


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