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1 Parenting By: Ali Stamey

2 1. Both emotional & social development involve: A. a process of learning B. Forming a personal identity C. learning to interact with others D. recognizing feelings A

3 2. Zachary began crying In the middle of the night because one of his diaper pins was not properly fastened. Which type of crying is this? A.Annoyed B.Hurting C.Lack of food D.uneasiness B

4 3. How can Ophelia strengthen the parent-child bond while bathing her new baby? A.avoid bathing the baby often since bath time makes babies cry B.Discipline the baby to teach him/her not to cry during bath time C.Ignore babys cries during baths and get it over as quickly as possible D.Use a loving tone of voice to talk with the baby during bath time D

5 4. Both emotional & social development are related to imitation because infants: A.Are affected both by the moods and actions of parents and caregivers. B.Imitate only the positive behaviors of their parents C.Imitate the emotional and social development of their parents D.Imitate their parents and caregivers only when they are being playful A

6 5. Both emotional and social development of infants are MOST influenced by the: A.Actions of siblings B.Childs individuality C.Child temperament D.Type of care a child receives D

7 6. Emotional development of infants compares with social development n that: A.Both affect behavior toward others B.Emotional development is more influenced by the individual infants time table than social development C.Emotional development is more predictable than social development D.Social development is more predictable than emotional development A

8 7. Which illustrates an infant using the sense of touch? A.Enjoying the feel of a clean diaper B. Lifting her head as her mother opens the door C. Pulling a bottle through the crib and drinking it D. Smiling when his mother comes into the room A

9 8. Emotional and social development are similar because early signs of both: A.are exactly the same from one adult to another B.Are exactly the same from one infant to another C.Tend to be quite different from one infant to another D.Tend to be similar from one infant to another D

10 9. How can Ellan gain confidence in feeding her new baby? A.Feed the baby solid food to reduce the number of bottle feedings B.Hire a nurse to come to the house to teach her how to feed the baby C.Keep a bottle in the babys crib at all times D.Practice feeding and burping the baby D

11 10. How can Martha strengthen the parent-child bond while caring for her new baby? A.Be firm when telling other family members to leave you and baby alone B.Cuddle baby often and hold him/her close C.Expect to feel love at first sight whenever baby is around D.Hold her baby only when he/she wont stop crying B

12 11.Which illustrates the head-to-foot patter of physical development for infants? A.Creeping and crawling across the floor B.Holding his/her head steady before learning to crawl C.Rolling across the floor and scooting on his/her bottom D.Alking before picking up bocks with his/her fingers B

13 12.Infants at eleven to twelve months fear being: A.Apart from their parents and expect way too much from other people. B.Around strangers and will not interact with people they dont know. C.Hungry or in pain and do not like to be around people D.Separated from their parents and are unable t see others views. D

14 13. Emotional development of infants compares with social development in that: A.Both emotional and social development have a part in forming a childs personality B.Emotional development is more essential for a healthy childhood than social development C.Parents should focus more on emotional than on social development D.Trust-building is more related to emotional than to social development A

15 14. Baby Bonnie cried when her big sister took her stuffed bear and ran into the other room. What stage or concept of Piagets theory of cognitive development has Bonnie NOT developed? A.Concrete operational B.Object permanence C.Preoperational D.sensorimotor B

16 15. Social development of infants who have learned to trust differs from that of infants who have not because those who trust are better able to: A.Change their temperaments B.Control their emotions C.Distinguish causes of emotions D.Form positive relationships D

17 16. How can Elsie handle her mixed emotions while caring for her new baby? A.Remember that it is very important to feel mixed emotions after a baby is born B.Take a break and leave the baby with a sister for a few days C.Take practical steps to address things of concern, such as financial worries D.Try to forget any resentment she may feel toward the baby or the father C

18 17. How can Terry gain confidence in responding to the cries of her new baby? A.Ask her mother what to do about the baby crying so much B.Cry when her baby cries C.Go to the bathroom and take a long hot bath D.Go to work to avoid the crying A

19 18. How can Jeff adapt to new routines while caring for his new baby? A.Console his wife when she has had a bad day B.Help care for the baby and play golf/other recreation fewer days than before C.Resolve negative feelings of resentment or guilt D.Show appreciation to members of his support system B

20 19. Which illustrates a way to stimulate brain development of an infant? A.Johnny was tired of playing, but his mother kept pushing him to play. B.Tina sang Old McDonald one time and refused to sing it again C.Rhonda loved to sing to her baby and have her baby participate in the hand motions D.Steve liked to give his baby lots of toys to play with at once C

21 20. How can Betty handle her mixed emotions while caring for her new baby? A.Ask her husband or mother why they are not helping with the baby more B.Realize that it really is a big responsibility to care for a tiny new life C.Remember to keep some emotions to herself since other people may not like them D.Take tme off to spend a day shopping B

22 21. In the area of emotional development, infants at six months who are well-cared-for tend to: A.Cry less than those who are not B.Develop interests outside themselves more quickly than those who are not, C.Grow faster than those who are not D.Have more stranger and separation anxiety than those who are not B

23 22. After the caregiver put a bottle in two-month-old Jasons mouth, he began moving his lips. What type of reflex is this? A.Babinski B.Grasp C.Startle D.Sucking D

24 23. Which is correct about infant physical development? A.Growth is related to good eating habits and exercise. B.Parents give children a unique combination of genes C.Select activities that are advanced for infants D.The environment does not have any influence on an infant A

25 24. How can Joyce gain confidence in bathing her new baby? A.Give the baby a bath with no one to help so she can learn B.Let her mother bathe the baby while she sleeps C.Put the baby to bed without a bath D.Watch an online video about how to bathe an infant D

26 25. How can Ann handle her mixed emotions while carng for her new baby? A.Ask her mother to help her understand and apprehensive feelings B.Hold the baby so she can feel warmth C.Ignore the new baby and only take care of yourself D.Let her husband take over and do everything for the baby A

27 26. Which illustrates an infant using the sense of smell A.Bernie cried when his bottle was taken away B.Carol lifted her head and turned it when the music started playing C.Derrick recognized his mother when she came into the room D.Eva ran her fingers back and forth over the soft blanket C

28 27. How can Jeff and Sharon adapt to new routines while caring for their new baby? A.Hold the baby and provide lots of loving attention B.Rotate getting up during the night to take care of the baby C.Sharon should get help from Jeff only when she becomes exhausted D.Take classes to sharpen parenting skills B

29 28. Jenny, like a typical infant, cries for her bottle because she thinks only about her own needs. What stage of Piagets theory of cognitive development does this illustrate A.Concrete operational B.Formal operational C.Preoperational D.sensorimotor D

30 29. Which illustrates the simple-to- complex pattern of physical development for infants A.Creeping across the floor before learning to walk B.Lifting the head before learning to pull up C.Reaching toward objects before picking up small objects D.Rolling over before rolling across the floor C

31 30. Which illustrates a typical two- week-old infant during the sensorimotor state? A.Annie sleeps through everything B.Bonnie drinks milk all the time C.Tom jumps frequently as loud noises startle him D.Randy cries because of his colic C

32 31. How could Jan avoid taking her support system for granted while caring for her new baby? A.Always take the advice of family members to avoid hurting their feelings B.Ask for advice from friends and family to help make all important decisions C.Ask for help from friends and family members only when needed D.Expect help from family members on a regular basis C

33 32. How can Martha manage her multiple roles while caring for her new baby? A.Ask her husband to stay home from work to help with the baby one day a week B.Become closer to the baby by spending more times together C.Go back to work as soon as possible D.Organize the home and develop routines to get things done each day D

34 33. How could Betty and Seth develop a support system while caring for their new baby? A.Accept offers from trusted neighbors to babysit while they go out for a few hours B.Always take the advice of those who volunteer to help with the baby C.Expect friends and family to babysit on a regular basis D.Firmly tell family members they do not need advice and will make their own decisions A

35 34. Which illustrates a way to stimulate brain development f an infant? A.Amandas mother bought her a large stuffed animal, but Amanda was afraid of it B.Betty was given crayons and she ate them. C.Henrys mother chose an age-appropriate toy to help entertain him. D.Jerry never did anything with his mother because she was always working C

36 35. How can Karen adapt to new routines while caring for her new baby? A.Accept help from trustworthy people B.Grow in her skills as a parent by taking a parenting class C.Talk to her baby as she changes the babys diapers D.Work on handling stressful situations as she manages multiple roles A

37 36. Emotional and social development are different because emotional development: A.Begins at birth, but social development begins a few weeks later. B.Follows a predictable patter, but social development occurs randomly. C.Influences a persons personality, but social development does not. D.Is influenced by the atmosphere of the home, but social development is not. A

38 37. The doctor told the mother that her babys cerebellum is not fully developed. Which type of activity is MOST LIKELY to be affected? A.Balancing B.Breathing C.Sneezing D.Walking A

39 38. Baby Theo is responding to the sense of taste when he cries after: A.His mother stops breast-feeding him B.The overhead nursery light is turned off C.The soft blanket is taken from his crib D.The telephone startles him A

40 39. A caregiver slammed the door and her baby threw an arm out and arched his/her back. What type of reflex is this? A.Babinski B.Grasp C.Startle D.sucking C

41 40. How can Samantha manage multiple roles while caring for her new baby? A.Dont worry about having a messy, disorganized house during this time B.Put off household tasks until she has time and energy to do them C.Try to use her sense of humor to get through difficult, stressful times. D.Vent her strong feelings by yelling at whoever is around C

42 41. How could John develop a support system while caring for his new baby? A.Avoid seeking help since that is a sign of poor parenting B.Select a trustworthy person to baby-sit for the new baby C.Work all day and help with the baby at night D.Work on weekdays and help with the baby on weekends B

43 42. Which illustrates a way too stimulate brain development of an infant? A.Amy tried to teach her infant to eat with a spoon B.Brenda sang a song over and over to her baby until the baby lost interest C.Carla read her baby nine books at one sitting D.Karen began trying to potty train her infant at the age of nine months B

44 43. Emotional development of infants compares with social development in that: A.Affection is more needed for emotional development than for social development B.Both emotional and social development contributes more to personality than social development C.Emotional development contributes more to personality than social development D.Harmony is more needed for social development than for emotional development B

45 44. Two-week-old Jeremy quickly closed his fingers around the rattle when his mother touched his hand. What category of growth during the first year is this? A.Body shape B.Proportion C.Reflexes D.weight C

46 45. How can Daren strengthen the parent-child bind while caring for his new baby? A.Hire a babysitter to help his wife care for the baby B.Let his wife do all the caring for the baby since she is more experience C.Take his turns feeding, holding, and bathing the baby D.Work part-tie instead of full-time so he can be more helpful C

47 46. Both emotional and social development are enhanced by play because play helps children: A.Express their interactions and hold in their feelings B.Interact with others both physically and cognitively C.Learn both emotional and social skills D.Learn to be quiet and do as they are told C

48 47. Which illustrates a way for a parent to stimulate brain development of an infant A.Giving the baby lots of activities to do at one time B.Playing with older siblings while the baby is sleeping C.Singing a song with big words in the lyrics D.Singing Patty Cake, Patty Cake over and over D

49 48. Which is true about diaper rash? A.Children with diaper rash need to wear rubber pads B.Diaper rash is not related to how clean a baby is kept C.If a baby has diaper rash, he/she should be changed more often D.Infants in cloth diapers are more likely to have diaper rash than those who wear disposables. C

50 49. Which statement is correct about breastfeeding a baby? A.The mother does not have to worry about calorie intake to produce breast milk B.The mother does not need any training to learn to breast-feed. C.The mother has to monitor everything she eats because it affects the baby D.The mother may have to nurse from 15 to 20 times a day C

51 50. The mother noticed that the two- week-old infant can tell who she is. What category of growth during the first year is this? A.Hearing B.Smell C.Touch D.voice B

52 51. How can Natalie strengthen the parent-child bond while feeding her new baby? A.Ask another family member to feed the new baby B.Hold the baby and feed him/her with one hand while cooking dinner C.Lay the baby in the crib with a bottle propped on a rolled blanket D.Sit down together and hold the baby close while feeding him/her D

53 52. Eli is crying because she went to bed without a bottle. Which type of crying is this? A.Annoyed B.Hurting C.Lack of food D.uneasiness C

54 53. Which statement illustrates the correct way to handle a baby? A.An infants back and head should be supported at all times B.An infants legs should be able to move freely C.An infant should be held only in ones lap D.An infant should be held only on ones shoulder A

55 54. A caregiver put a block in an infant boys hand, and the infant closed his fingers around it. What type of reflex is this? A.Babinski B.Grasp C.Startle D.Sucking B

56 55. Which is a correct way to dress an infant? A.Avoid putting too many layers on a bay because babies tend to get warm easily B.Dress a baby quickly so he/she will not cry C.Keep a baby from being cold while dressing and undressing. D.Use only unscented disposable diapers to treat diaper rash C

57 56. Two-month-old Dale could not keep track of his mother as she walked through the room. What category of growth during the first year is this? A.Body shape B.Proportion C.Vision D.weight C

58 57. Which activity is controlled or directed by the cerebellum? A.Eva laughed out loud when her mother tickled her. B.Fran tried to steady herself as she held to the table C.Gloria rolled over on the floor D.Harrietts fingers automatically closed around the rattler. B

59 58. The mother noticed that the infant was picking up and exploring the toys. What category of growth during the first year is this? A.Hearing B.Smell C.Touch D.voice C

60 59. Both emotional and social development are best promoted when: A.Children are between the ages of six months and one year B.Children are old enough to know how to talk C.Parents take specific actions to promote development D.They are used by parents, not caregivers or other family members C

61 60. Both emotional and social development patterns lead infants at the age of six to ten months to become: A.Capable of only very general emotions and limited social interactions B.Fearful of unfamiliar situations and people C.Very angry and difficult to manage D.Very contented and trusting of other people B


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