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Preassessment to Life Span Development True or False Number 1 to 16
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True or False 1. If a mother drinks heavily during pregnancy, her baby may be mentally retarded.
True or False 2. Newborns see only a blur of meaningless light and dark shades
True or False 3. Before age 2, infants cannot think.
True or False 4. Infants initially develop close attachments to their mothers merely because they provide nourishment
True or False 5. Most abusive parents were themselves battered or neglected as children
True or False 6. Nine of 10 high-school seniors agree with the statement, “On the whole, I’m satisfied with myself.”
True or False 7. Menopause creates significant psychological problems for women
True or False 8. Most mothers are depressed for a time after their children grow up, leave home, and marry.
True or False 9. People in their twenties and thirties report greater life satisfaction than those in their sixties and seventies
True or False 10. The first two years of life provide a good basis for predicting a person’s eventual personality traits.
True or False 11. The oldest woman to have a baby was 55 years old
True or False 12. When people are dying, they often get angry at the world.
True or False 13. An infant’s response to having his or her palms touched is called the rooting reflex.
True or False 14. Babies with a difficult temperament tend to be intensely emotional, are irritable and fussy.
True or False 15. The fetus is the name given to the growing organism at the beginning of the third month.
True or False 16. The youngest woman to give birth to a healthy child was 8 years old
Answers – are you ready?
True 1. If a mother drinks heavily during pregnancy, her baby may be mentally retarded.
False 2. Newborns see only a blur of meaningless light and dark shades
False 3. Before age 2, infants cannot think.
False 4. Infants initially develop close attachments to their mothers merely because they provide nourishment
True 5. Most abusive parents were themselves battered or neglected as children
True 6. Nine of 10 high-school seniors agree with the statement, “On the whole, I’m satisfied with myself.”
False 7. Menopause creates significant psychological problems for women
False 8. Most mothers are depressed for a time after their children grow up, leave home, and marry.
False 9. People in their twenties and thirties report greater life satisfaction than those in their sixties and seventies
False 10. The first two years of life provide a good basis for predicting a person’s eventual personality traits.
False 11. The oldest woman to have a baby was 55 years old
True 12. When people are dying, they often get angry at the world.
False 13. An infant’s response to having his or her palms touched is called the rooting reflex.
True 14. Babies with a difficult temperament tend to be intensely emotional, are irritable and fussy.
True 15. The fetus is the name given to the growing organism at the beginning of the third month.
False 16.The youngest woman to give birth to a healthy child was 8 years old The youngest was actually 5 years old
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