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1 Ch.05-First 2 years – Biosocial Birth – 2 years

2 Janet’s first attempt at breast feeding is producing what?

3 Colostrum

4 Lisa had a normal weight at birth but then went through a period of malnourishment. Thankfully, this did not impact her brain. This is an example of: A.stunting. B.wasting. C.head-sparing. D.Abuse.

5 Lisa had a normal weight at birth but then went through a period of malnourishment. Thankfully, this did not impact her brain. This is an example of: A.stunting. B.wasting. C.head-sparing. D.abuse.

6 When you stroke your newborn baby’s cheek, he turns his head toward your hand and opens his mouth. Which survival reflex is he demonstrating? A.Babinski B.sucking C.rooting D.Breathing

7 When you stroke your newborn baby’s cheek, he turns his head toward your hand and opens his mouth. Which survival reflex is he demonstrating? A.Babinski B.sucking C.rooting D.Breathing

8 Nerve cells of the central nervous system that are found mostly in the brain are called: A.neurons. B.axons. C.dendrites. D.myelin.

9 Nerve cells of the central nervous system that are found mostly in the brain are called: A.neurons. B.axons. C.dendrites. D.myelin.

10 A.neurotransmitters. B.transient exuberance. C.myelination. D.the synaptic gap. Most drugs effect ________________ which carry information from one neuron to another.

11 A.neurotransmitters. B.transient exuberance. C.myelination. D.the synaptic gap. Most drugs effect ________________ which carry information from one neuron to another.

12 Brain structures This entire covering of the brain

13 Brain structures Cortex

14 Brain structures What is it? What does it do?

15 Brain structures Prefrontal cortex Plans, anticipates, Controls impulses

16 Brain structures Green area

17 Brain structures Green area Brain stem

18 _________ occurs when the brain notices and interprets a sensation. A.Sensation B.Confusion C.Selection D.Perception

19 _________ occurs when the brain notices and interprets a sensation. A.Sensation B.Confusion C.Selection D.Perception

20 What is the difference between sensation, perception, and cognition?

21 Video: First 2 years - Biosocial What do you need help with?

22 What topics do you need help with? A. Head-sparing B. Basic nerve cells C. Neurotransmitters D. Brain structures – (Stem, Cortex, Prefrontal cortex) E. I understand it

23 What topics do you need help with? A. Experience-dependent brain functions B. Sensation, perception, & cognition C. Breast feeding - Colostrum D. I understand it

24 What would be the most damaging & most beneficial things a parent could do during the first 2 years? Why would these help or hurt?

25 When Matt was 18 months old... Matt has recently become resistant sometimes to your requests for cooperation. For example, he says "no," or refuses things that he accepted before such as food or bath time. A.You recognize Matt needs to have firm limits and insist always that he do what you ask. B. You recognize Matt needs to have firm limits, explain that you need his "help," and let him decide between two choices (both of which are things you want him to do!) C. You realize this is a normal but temporary phase and let Matt have his way most of the time. D. You are feeling stressed, and it is an effort to keep regular bath and bedtimes. So you let Matt have his way until it's absolutely necessary for bath, bed or meal time, and then you insist on cooperation.

26 When Matt was 18 months old... Your partner has started to leave Matt with a sitter for short periods during the day while your partner works or runs errands. Matt greets the sitter enthusiastically, but gets upset when your partner leaves. The sitter says that Matt calms down after your partner leaves. What should your partner do? A. Nothing as this is normal for a child of Matt's age. B. Your partner should stay until Matt calms down, even when this makes your partner late for appointments. C. Your partner should reassure Matt that it won't be long, and tell him where and why your partner is going. D. You decide the babysitter is not skilled enough so you switch to a new one.


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