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University of Toronto Scarborough
Chandan Narayan

ch12Student 1When do true social behaviours begin to appearAbetween birth and 6 monthsBbetween 6 and 12 monthsCbetween 12 and 18 monthsDbetween 18 and 24 months2Peers are children of about the sameAIQBage or maturity levelClevel of social isolationDsocial status3What social interaction skill or capacity is acquired during the early toddler period ie 13 to 24 monthsAestablishing complementary role relationshipsBrecognizing peers as social partnersCcommunicating meaningsDshift to increased preference for peers over mom4As children approach 2 years of age they shift toward increased social play and a greater preference for playingAaloneBwith parentsCwith older siblingsDwith peers5Across development what type of a relationship exists between the childs age and the amount of time spent with parentsApositiveBnegativeCconsistentDdifficult6At fouryearsold peer relationshipsAmay engage in fantasy play designed to master specific fearsBbegin to adapt complementary behavioursCshow stable preference for same sex playmatesDreaches a peak in imaginative play7At what age do children begin to prefer the samesex peers as play partnersA4B7C10D148Bobby tells Chris she is very smart because Chris tells Bobby that he is incredibly bright This mutual reinforcement which acts to shape behaviour is known asAflatteryBmanipulationCpuppy loveDreciprocity9In addition to approval peer reinforcement affects behaviour patterns of peer recipients because it providesAtokensBattentionCprimary reinforcersDrole playing10The major functions of peer imitation areAlearning dress codes and the right languageBacquiring friends and peer statusCrule learning and maintaining social interactionsDlearning morals and responsibility11Ummar is a new kid at Hammonds Plains High School He is intent on watching his new peers and quickly begins to imitate the popular ones Ummar is using his peers asin this social system at schoolAreinforcersBmodelsCeducational assetsDpotential rides to the mall12When Jacob first came to Hammonds Plains High School as the new kid halfway into the year he closely observed his peers interacting with each other and with his teachers As time goes on and Jacob learns the schools social rules he will relyon others in this educational social interactionAlessBmoreCheavilyDtotally13When children use their peers as standards to evaluate or measure themselves against they are engaged in the process ofAmodelingBsocial comparisonCpeer adulationDsocial decline14When children compare themselves to their peers they develop concepts about many things Which of the following are peers likely to influenceAselfimageBselfesteemCselfacceptanceDall of these15Most social interchanges between peers occur in the setting ofAschoolBmealsCextracurricular activitiesDplay16What type of activity is intrinsically motivated rather than imposed or directed socially by others and is therefore highly engaging to childrenApractising the pianoBchoresCplayDstudying17When Desmond is asked why he is shooting baskets he says It is something that is just fun to do His comment would indicate that Desmond considers basketballAworkBplayCa sportDa hobby18Which of the following is true with regard to playAIt is concerned with the end not the meansBIt has many external social rulesCIt is highly engagingDIt is usually serious in social context19By permitting children to learn about objects solve problems and explore their environments play facilitatesAcognitive developmentBemotional developmentCspatial developmentDlanguage development20By allowing the child to engage in fantasy acting out roles and modelling others play advancesAtheatrical opportunitiesBsocial developmentCdramatic skillsDfamily relationships21By providing opportunities to learn coping skills solve inner conflicts and understand anxietyproducing situations play helps childrenAsolve emotional problemsBdevelop linguistic skillsCidentify phobiasDexpand their social understanding22The type of play that seems to be especially important in the development of social competence isAstructural playBconcrete playCpretend playDrole reversal play23Which of the following does NOT belongApretend playBfunctional playCimaginative playDfantasy play24Pretend play allows children to do all of the following EXCEPTApractise their own future rolesBencourage extrinsic motivationCexperience the feelings of othersDbe a part of a social group25At approximately what age does pretend play peakA4 yearsB6 yearsC8 yearsD10 years
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