Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory Quiz

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Which of the following is NOT a component of Levinson's Model of Social Competence?

What is the approximate number of phonemes distinctive to English?

At what age do infants typically start learning 5-6 new words a day?

What is the approximate adult vocabulary size in words?

Which of the following is NOT a component of language development?

According to Kohlberg's theory of moral development, which stage is characterized by an ethics of peer opinion?

According to Gilligan's theory of moral development, which stage is characterized by an integration of needs of self, others, and what's right?

Which category of theories of biological aging focuses on processes that take place in the breakdown of cells, tissues, and organs?

Which theory of successful aging emphasizes active participation in social roles?

Which reflex involves the baby's head turning to the side of the cheek being stroked and the mouth opening ready to feed?

According to Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory, which of the following is an example of the mesosystem?

According to Vygotsky's Socio-Cultural Theory, what is the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)?

According to the Goodness of Fit Model, success at maintaining high levels of caregiver-infant synchrony is related to the goodness of fit between their:

Which of the following is an example of the exosystem according to Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory?

According to Vygotsky's Socio-Cultural Theory, what is the main function of scaffolding?

Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory includes which of the following systems?

According to the text, what does the term 'social clock' refer to?

According to the Goodness of Fit Model, what are the two factors that need to have a good fit between the caregiver and infant?

According to Vygotsky's Socio-Cultural Theory, what does the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) represent?

According to Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory, which of the following is an example of the macrosystem?

Which type of play involves children playing alone with different toys/objects and with no awareness of or involvement with other children?

Which type of play involves the child watching others play without actually entering into the activities, but being clearly involved with what is happening and usually within speaking distance of the participants?

Which type of play involves two or more children playing side by side in close proximity with an awareness of each other, often with the same toys or similar activity, but they do not share, talk, or interact?

Which type of play involves children engaging in a common activity and talking about it with each other, but not assigning tasks or roles to particular individuals and not being very clear about their goals?

Which type of play involves children consciously forming into a group to make something, attain a goal, or dramatize a situation, with one or two members organizing and directing the activity, and children assuming different roles and responsibilities?

Which type of play is characterized by children playing alone with different toys/objects and having no awareness of or involvement with other children?

Which type of play involves children watching others play without actually entering into the activities, but being clearly involved with what is happening and usually within speaking distance of the participants?

Which type of play involves two or more children playing side by side in close proximity with an awareness of each other, often with the same toys or similar activity, but they do not share, talk, or interact?

Which type of play involves children engaging in a common activity and talking about it with each other, but not assigning tasks or roles to particular individuals and not being very clear about their goals?

Which type of play involves children consciously forming into a group to make something, attain a goal, or dramatize a situation, with one or two members organizing and directing the activity, and children assuming different roles and responsibilities?

Which of the following is NOT a personality dimension?

What is the process of acquiring gender-consistent behaviors called?

What is the ability to attribute mental states to oneself and others called?

What is the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills called?

What is the pragmatic approach to ambiguous problems called, where formal operations are used as a problem-solving tool?

Which type of intelligence involves learned processes and remains relatively stable with age?

What is the systematic stereotyping and discrimination against people because they are old called?

What does successful aging refer to?

What does bereavement involve?

What is the ability to integrate new and old knowledge called?

According to Grusec and Lytton's typology, which type of play involves manipulation of objects in order to construct something?

Which parenting style is characterized by high demandingness and high responsiveness, and is associated with positive outcomes such as higher self-esteem, social competence, and academic achievement?

What is the term used to describe the patterns of attachment behavior in infants?

Which pattern of attachment behavior is characterized by seeking mother's contact/comfort after being left alone with a stranger, cooperating better with parents, and adapting better to preschool changes?

Which parenting style is characterized by high demandingness and low responsiveness, and may lead to obedience but with lower self-esteem and social competence?

Which parenting style is characterized by low demandingness and high responsiveness, and may lead to impulsivity and lower academic achievement?

Which parenting style is characterized by low demandingness and low responsiveness, and is associated with negative outcomes such as behavioral problems and low self-esteem?

What is attachment characterized by?

Which pattern of attachment behavior is characterized by being intensely upset when with a stranger, actively seeking contact with mother but refusing comfort, and responding with anger to parents' attempts to help/teach them?

What is pretend play characterized by?

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Test your knowledge of Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory and the Goodness of Fit model with this quiz! Explore the different levels of the theory, from the microsystem to the macrosystem, and understand how they all interact to shape a child's development.

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