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  • 1. The age range of the child in this stage is 12 to 18 years old.
A) Adolescence
B) Infancy
C) None of these
D) Childhood
  • 2. This domain involves major movement of the body involving large muscles.
A) Fine motor Skills
B) Adaptive
C) Motor Development
D) Gross Motor Skill
E) None of These
  • 3. The age range of the child in this stage is 9 to 12 years old.
A) Middle Age
B) Middle Adulthood
C) Infancy
D) Adolescence
E) None of these
  • 4. It started out as Sunday schools to be moral citizen, then the subject of academic were introduce.
A) Compulsory education
B) Development
C) Tabula Rasa
D) None of These
E) Child labor law
  • 5. At this timeline the church did not approved of "Family planning," so birth rates at this time is very high.
A) Industrial Age
B) Modern Age
C) Renaissance
D) Middle Ages
E) None of These
  • 6. This domain is about the measurable, visible changes in the body of a child from birth to old age.
A) Psychological Domain
B) Communicative Domain
C) Physical Domain
D) None of These
E) Cognitive Domain
  • 7. This is all about living at peace at oneself in the context of living with others.
A) Emotional Development
B) Emotional Development
C) Socioemotional Domain
D) Social Development
  • 8. The child refines his/her skills he/she learned in earlier years, from more basic to complex.
A) Adolescence
B) None of these
C) Infancy
D) Childhood
E) Middle Adulthood
  • 9. At this time boys and girls worked in the farm, and girls who started to menstruate were already sent off to be married.
A) Middle Age
B) Renaissance
C) Modern Age
D) Industrial Age
E) None of these
  • 10. In this time child labor law is build
A) Industrial Age
B) None of these
C) Renaissance
D) Modern Age
E) Middle Age
  • 11. This is the time that the people began to think about their place in the world and began to see their children as individual with rights.
A) Middle Age
B) None of these
C) Industrial Age
D) Modern Age
E) Renaissance
  • 12. This is the period when an individual has reach his/her maturity. This is usually above 18 years of age.
A) Adulthood
B) Infancy
C) Adolescence
D) Middle Adulthood
E) None of these
  • 13. Parents, thus, started showing affection to their children.
A) Industrial Age
B) Modern Age
C) None of these
D) Renaissance
E) Middle Age
  • 14. The age range of the child in this stage is Birth to 2 years old.
A) Infancy
B) None of These
C) Middle Adulthood
D) Middle Ages
E) Adolescence
  • 15. This time in the factories the children do jobs that big adults cannot do because of their size.
A) Middle Age
B) Modern Age
C) None of these
D) Industrial Age
E) Renaissance
  • 16. He is a psychologist talks about the different stages of cognitive development.
A) Erik Erikson
B) Sigmund Freud
C) Eric Fromm
D) None of these
E) Jean Piaget
  • 17. This is a law that dictates that children under 16 should not work in factories, but they can work on their family businesses.
A) Tabula Rasa
B) Compulsory education
C) None of these
D) Development
E) Child labors law
  • 18. This development refers to how a child's emotion develop, how he/she understand and expresses his/her emotions
A) Communicative Domain
B) Social Development
C) None of these
D) Socioemotional Domain
E) Emotional Development
  • 19. This refers to how a child adapt to the environment and is able to perform things independently.
A) Motor Development
B) None of These
C) Adaptive
D) Fine motor Skills
E) Gross Motor Skill
  • 20. This domain involves the movement of finger and hands.
A) Adaptive
B) None of These
C) Motor Development
D) Fine motor Skills
E) Gross Motor Skill
  • 21. This domain involves major movement of the body involving large muscles.
A) Gross Motor Skill
B) Motor Development
C) None of These
D) Fine motor Skills
  • 22. It started out as Sunday schools to be moral citizen, then the subject of academic were introduce.
A) Tabula rasa
B) Compulsory education
C) None of These
D) Child labor law
E) Development
  • 23. According to the developmental systems approach, what influences a child's development?
A) Only nature
B) None of the above
C) Interaction between genetics and environment
D) Only nurture
E) A continuous interaction between nature and nurture
  • 24. Who proposed the Maturation Theory?
A) Urie Bronfenbrenner
B) Arnold Gesell
C) Sigmund Frued
D) George L. Engel
E) Gilbert Gottlieb
  • 25. Which theory emphasizes both nature and nurture in child development?
A) Bioecological Theory
B) Maturation Theory
C) None of These
D) Biopsychosocial Model
E) Model of Probabilistic Epigenesis
  • 26. What are the five subsystems of Urie Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Theory?
A) Microsystem, Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem, and Chronosystem
B) Microsystem, Mesosystem, Macrosystem, Exosystem, and Circumsystem
C) Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem, Chronosystem, and Ecosystem
D) Microsystem, Biosystem, Macrosystem, Environment, and Chronosystem
  • 27. What does the Biopsychosocial Model emphasize?
A) Only social factors
B) The interaction of biological, psychological, and social forces
C) Only psychological factors
D) None of these
E) Both psychological fand Biological factors
  • 28. According to Gilbert Gottlieb's Model of Probabilistic Epigenesis, what influences a child's development?
A) Both genetics and environment
B) Only environment
C) Only genetics
D) Neither genetics nor environment
  • 29. How does Gilbert Gottlieb's Model of Probabilistic Epigenesis explain differences between identical twins?
A) Through epigenetic changes
B) Through environmental factors
C) Through cultural and social influences
D) Through genetics
  • 30. Which theory emphasizes that children develop individually, at their own pace, but follow the same sequence?
A) Biopsychosocial Model
B) Bioecological Theory
C) None of These
D) Maturation Theory
  • 31. Who is associated with the Biopsychosocial Model?
A) Urie Bronfenbrenner
B) George L. Engel and Jon Romano
C) Si ano
D) Gilbert Gottlieb
E) Arnold Gesell
  • 32. What is the main focus of Urie Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Theory?
A) social and environment
B) Only genetics
C) Only environment
D) Interaction between genetics and environment
E) None of the above
  • 33. visible changes in the body of a child from birth to old age.
A) Physical Domain
B) Adaptive Development
C) Motor Development
D) Measurable
  • 34. this how to apply language communication in practical and
    personal use.
A) Phenology
B) Syntax
C) Semantics
D) Pragmatics
  • 35. creating sentence from there words using language rules and
    conventions.
A) Phenology
B) Syntax
C) Pragmatics
D) Semantics
  • 36. forming sounds into words
A) Phonology
B) Phenology
C) Syntax
D) Pragmatics
  • 37. Baby usually react to facial expression
    and reciprocate.
A) Social Play
B) Onlooker Play
C) Unoccupied Play
D) Parallel Play
  • 38. Birth to 2 years old and he/she is Playing alone
A) Onlooker Play
B) Solitary Play/ Spectator behavior
C) Associative Play
D) Social Play
  • 39. the children starts to observe other people when playing
A) Solitary Play/ Spectator behavior
B) Social Play
C) Associative Play
D) Onlooker Play
  • 40. By a little more than the age of
    2 he/she is starting to play with himself/herself but beside
    other children
A) Social Play
B) None of These
C) Parallel Play
D) Associative Play
E) Solitary Play/ Spectator behavior
  • 41. Child play with a child near him/her
    ,sometimes engaging with others once
    and a while
A) Solitary Play/ Spectator behavior
B) None of These
C) Social Play
D) Onlooker Play
E) Parallel Play
  • 42. Being interested in both the play
    activity in other children.
A) None of These
B) Solitary Play/ Spectator behavior
C) Parallel Play
D) Social Play
E) Associative Play
  • 43. Learning how to walk and talk, during early childhood
    handedness appears memory and language improve, egocentrism,
    and diminishes. Independence
    and self-control
    improves.
A) Adolescence
B) Childhood
C) Adulthood
D) Infancy
E) None of These
  • 44. physiology, and genetics--explain the role of genes (DNA) and
    hormones in the health care of the individual. These include a person's physical health, genetic
    vulnerabilities, disability, and IQ, which can be affected not just by being in a good environment where
    there is an abundance of books that the parents read to the child, but also by nutrition that affects the
    development of the brain.
A) biological forces
B) social forces
C) None of These
D) psychological forces
  • 45. are all about cognition, emotion, and motivation. These include a
    person's coping skills, social skills, self-esteem, how we think, and the way we develop our ideas.
A) psychological forces
B) social forces
C) None of These
D) biological forces
  • 46. that affect development are a person's family, community. and society,
    including school, peers, and work environment among others.
A) social forces
B) psychological forces
C) biological forces
D) None of These
  • 47. This theory gives more emphasis on the levels within the individual, refers to a
    change in genetic expression as a result of environmental influences. In this theory, the products of
    development are epigenetic, not just genetic.
A) Bioecological Theory
B) Maturation Theory
C) Biopsychosocial Model
D) The Model of Probabilistic Epigenesis
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