Topic 13: Social development definitions (PS111 test 2)

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  • Created on: 16-03-17 12:41

1. What is the false belief task?

  • A developmental task used to test children's ability to lie
  • Ainsworth’s test to assess attachment style in 1- to 2- year-old infants
  • A developmental task used to test children's understanding that the beliefs of others can be wrong
  • A developmental task used to tests children's understanding that adults lie
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2. What do developmental theories focus on relating to the psychology of morality?

  • Chemicals (how our brain reacts to seeing moral actions)
  • Cognition ( reasoning about what is moral)
  • Behaviour ( how we act when seeing moral actions)
  • Emotion (how we feel about moral actions)

3. What is a secure base?

  • An effective attachment to a parent or other primary caregiver which gives an infant or child confidence to explore the world
  • An ineffective attachment to a parent or other primary caregiver which doesn't give a infant or child confidence to explore the world
  • An ineffective attachment to a parent or other primary caregiver which gives an infant or child confidence to explore the world
  • attachment to a parent or other primary caregiver which doesn't give a infant or child confidence to explore the world

4. Who came up with Moral realism and Moral relativism?

  • Ainsworth
  • Piaget
  • Bolby
  • Kolberg

5. Who came up with the stranger situation test?

  • Bolby
  • Piaget
  • Ainsworth
  • Kolberg

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