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91.Tomomi has mastered balancing, stepping, and the perceptual skills necessary

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91.Tomomi has mastered balancing, stepping, and the perceptual skills necessary to negotiate her way around. Putting all these skills together to enable her to walk is a process called

a.integration.

b.differentiation.

c.retinal disparity.

d.perception.

 

 

 

92.In an effort to lower the age at which his infant son will begin to walk, Mr. Simmons puts eight-month-old Richard on a program that emphasizes leg strength. What is the most likely outcome of this intervention?

a.It will have no impact.

b.Richard will have superior leg strength but will not walk any earlier.

c.Richard will have average leg strength but will not walk any earlier.

d.Richard will have superior leg strength and will walk earlier.

 

 

 

93.Which statement concerning culture and crawling is true?

a.Most North American children are crawling at much younger ages than in past decades.

b.There are no known cultures that discourage motor development.

c.As it is genetically programmed, experience does not impact the rate of the acquisition of crawling.

d.The more practice infants get at crawling, the faster they tend to crawl.

 

 

 

94.Caleb is four months old. If he is like others his age, when he grasps a rattle, he will grasp it with

a.his fingers and thumb.c.his fingers only.

b.his thumb only.d.one finger from each hand.

 

 

 

95.Although they are often unsuccessful in getting the food into their mouth, many children first begin to experiment with finger-foods around age

a.2 months.c.10 months.

b.6 months.d.14 months.

 

 

 

96.Because Akosua is a typical nine-month-old, she is most likely to use

a.her right hand.

b.her left hand.

c.her right and left hands interchangeably.

d.her feet rather than her hands.

 

 

 

97.What response would you expect if you attempted to hand toys to a typical 13-month-old infant?

a.They would kick at the object before attempting to grasp it.

b.They would first grasp the object with their left hand.

c.They would first grasp the object with their right hand.

d.They would make no attempt to grasp the object.

 

 

 

98.Stewart is a 10-year-old boy growing up in England, and Moe is a 10-year-old boy growing up in the United States. What difference in handedness would you expect?

a.It is most likely that Stewart is right-handed and Moe left-handed.

b.It is most likely that Stewart is left-handed and Moe right-handed.

c.Both are likely to be right-handed.

d.Both are likely to be left-handed.

 

 

 

99.Which is the best evidence for the notion that sociocultural forces play a role in handedness?

a.Only 10 percent of the population is left-handed.

b.Right-handed parents tend to have right-handed offspring.

c.When societal attitudes change, the incidence of left-handedness changes.

d.In American culture, most desks and scissors and golf clubs are made for right-handers.

 

 

 

100.The process by which the brain receives, selects, modifies, and organizes incoming nerve impulses is referred to as

a.perception.c.imagination.

b.sensation.d.expansion.

 

 

 

 

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