TB9, L2 - Early Childhood

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1. Smilansky (1968) argued that....

  • Imaginary companions are a measure of mind-mindedness
  • None of the above
  • Socio-dramatic play was necessary for normal development
  • Children develop gender typed behaviours at an early age
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2. Gender stability can be best described as

  • A child knowing that gender remains stable over time
  • A child gaining an understanding of gender
  • None of the above
  • A child knowing that gender does not change as a result of external attributes e.g. clothing

3. What age group is early childhood defined as?

  • 2-6y
  • 6-12y
  • 0-4y
  • 1-3y

4. Youngblade and Dunn (1995) showed that...

  • None of the above
  • That level of pretence at age 33m related to later mental state understanding
  • There was a significant relationship between mental state talk and performance on a TOM task
  • There was a significant correlation between theory of mind and number of siblings

5. Martin and Halverson (1983) showed that...

  • Children's memories were better for gender-consistent than gender-inconsistent stories
  • There was a difference in the way parents played with male vs female children
  • Children's memories were better for gender-inconsistent than gender-consistent stories
  • There was no difference in children's memory abilities for gender-consistent or inconsistent memories

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