TB9, L1 - Infancy

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1. What did Fogel and Lewis hypothesise?

  • That behaviour impacts on physical and social objects
  • The sense of self develops through social interaction, implicit sense of interpersonal self central to development
  • None of the above
  • Infants develop the emergent self during the first 2 months and learn relation of intercessory experiences
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2. Which is NOT true of parent-infant play?

  • The ZPD is used to advance infants abilities
  • It fosters communicative reciprocity
  • It develops social referencing
  • It uses scaffolding

3. Rochat and Hespos found that...

  • None of the above
  • Infants were able to determine self-touch from other-touch
  • That parents mirror infants facial movements
  • Infants were able to determine own POV from novel POV

4. What is NOT an aspect of language play?

  • It occurs at the half-word stage
  • Pre-sleep monologues
  • Protoconversation
  • The child enjoys the experience of making noises

5. Gibsons learning affordances state that...

  • That sense of self develops from autobiographical memory
  • None of the above
  • That sense of self develops from infants learning how their behaviour affects social and physical objects
  • That the sense of self develops from social interactions only


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