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PSY 376 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psy, Cortisol, TeratologyExam


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 376
Professor
Jiayi Wang
Study Guide
Midterm

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Grade 93.75 out of 100.00
Question 1
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There are three fundamental characteristics of human development. Which of the following is NOT
one of them?
Select one:
a. continuity and discontinuity
b. universal and context-specific development
c. nature and nurture
d. external and internal
The correct answer is: external and internal

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Question 2
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What researcher/theorist is responsible from moving the field of developmental psychology from a
focus on just children to a focus on development across the life-span?
Select one:
a. all of the above
b. Freud
c. Baltes
d. Piaget
The correct answer is: Baltes
Question 3
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Development is always positive.
Select one:
True
False
The correct answer is 'False'.

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Question 4
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A good theory is
Select one:
a. internally consistent
b. falsifiable
c. supported by data
d. all of the above
The correct answer is: all of the above
Question 5
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Freud's greatest contribution to psychology was the emphasis on
Select one:
a. impact of parenting
b. sexual urges
c. unconsciousness
d. development from conception to death
The correct answer is: unconsciousness
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