TB8, L2 - Cognitive Development

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1. What categories of attention did the Ruff and Capozali (2005) study define

  • Casual, Settled, Fixed
  • Casual, Settled, Focused
  • Constant, Settled, Focused
  • Casual, Constant, Fixed
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2. At what age does rudimentary planning and prediction begin

  • 18m
  • 24m
  • 12m
  • 6m

3. Another finding of the Ruff and Capozali (2005) was

  • Older children become more engaged as a session progresses
  • Older children become less engaged as a session progresses
  • Younger children become more engaged as a session progresses
  • Younger children become less engaged as a session progresses

4. What did the Ruff and Capozali (2005) study show

  • Casual attention decreases with age, fixed and settled attention increase with age
  • All types of attention increase with age
  • Casual attention increases with age, fixed and settled attention decrease with age
  • Casual and settled attention increase with age, fixed attention decreases with age

5. What is one explanation as to how problem solving improves with age

  • Children's attention on a task increases with age
  • Children have better developed world knowledge and executive function
  • Children are more socially and linguistically adept
  • None of the above

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