CNSL 511 Lifespan Midterm Practice 2

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Characterized by an IQ of below 70, difficulty adapting to life, and exhibits before age 18
creating new procedures for processing info
temperament style where child is generally positive, quick to establish routines, and adapts easily to new experiences
a smile that is a response to external stimuli
thinking that produces one correct answer, used in conventional IQ tests, is reasonable and customary
temperament where child reacts negatively, cries regularly, engages in irregular routines, and is slow to accept changes
the ability to focus on specific aspect of experience while ignoring others
the way words are combined to form acceptable phrases and sentences
the ability to focus on more than one activity at once
expert knowledge about practical aspects of life that permits excellent judgement about important matters
the ability to maintain attention over an extended period of time
a child who's temperament consists of low activity, somewhat negative, and displays a low intensity of mood
name 1 characteristic of giftedness from the book
short precise 2 word utterances without grammatical markers, articles, auxiliary verbs, and other connectives ( seen at 18-20 months)
memory concerned with everyday knowledge, field experience
the sound system of language. includes how sounds are used and combined
the loss of ability to use words and language processing due to damage to Broca's or Wernicke's area
babies that use care giver as secure base to explore environment
insecure attachment style where adolescents de-emphasize the importance of attachment, and reject the care giver's attachment
belief that behavior is strongly influenced by biology
use of irony, derision, and wit to expose folly or wickedness, used by teenagers
the ability to perceive and express emotion and emotional knowledge. to use feelings to facilitate thought, and manage emotions in oneself and others
a smile that does not occur in response to external stimuli
fear of strangers, occurs at 2nd half of first year in development
an attachment style characterized by adults who have positive views of relationships, easy to get close with others, and are not overly stressed with romantic relationships
the appropriate use of language in different contexts
babies that show insecurity by being disorganized and disoriented
memory that pertains to the where and when. (what you had to eat)
the way in which young children learn connection between a word and its referent so quickly
memory without conscious recollection, is routine, associated with the cerebellum
units of meaning involved in word formation
insecure attachment style in which adolescents are hyper-tuned to attachment experience. can be due to parents inconsistent availability to adolescent
a type of thought that is reflective, contextual, realistic, open to emotion, both left/right brain
comparison of 2 or more unlike things, is understood and used at adolescent stage
a rhythmic cry, followed by brief silence and a short whistle that is higher pitched
insecure attachment style in which adolescent has unusually high fear and is often disoriented, usually trauma influenced
a form of communication, which is spoken, written, or signed, and is characterized by the use of symbols
an individual's behavior style and way of responding
variety of a language that is distinguished by pronunciation
knowledge about language
match between child's temperament and the environmental demands the child must cope with
area in left hemisphere involved in language comprehension
area of left frontal lobe involved in producing words
the hardware of the mind, reflecting the neurophysiological archetecture of the brain as developed through evolution. involved in speed and accuracy of processing
the ability to produce an endless number of meaningful sentences using a finite set of words and rules
a person's recollection of events, stored as episodic memory
the close emotional bond between 2 people
the process in which information gets into memory
Ainsworth's observation that requires infant to move through a series of introductions, separations, and reunions with caregiver and stranger
an attachment style characterized by adults who hesitate to get involved with relationships and distance themselves once in a relationship
similar to basic cry but with more air through vocal cords
the ability to reason abstractly, which begins to decline in middle adulthood according to Horn
attention that requires action planning, attention for goals, error detection, and compensation
passionate love or eros. characterized by strong sexuality and infatuation components, usually in the early part of a relationship
reaction when separated from caregiver, results in crying when caregiver leaves
conscious memory, associated with cortex, limbic system
thinking that produces many answers to the same question and is creative
culture-based software. includes reading and writing, language comprehension, educational qualifications, professional skills and knowledge of self and life skills that help cope w
babies that show insecurity by avoiding mother
sudden initially loud cry followed by breath holding
the ability to solve problems and adapt and learn from experience
the person who come up with theory that people have multiple intelligences. These include verbal, mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinestetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, n
theory that argues for 3 types of intelligence: analytical intelligence, creative intelligence, and practical intelligence
an individual's accumulated information and verbal skills, which increases with age according to Horn
the ability to process info with little or no effort
the ability to think in novel ways and devise unique and good solutions to problems
remembering to do things in the future
an attachment style characterized by adults who demand closeness, are less trusting, and are emotionally jealous and possessive
babies that cling to caregiver, then resist by fighting closeness
Chomsky's term that describes a biological endowment that enables child to detect certain features and roles of language including phonology, syntax, and semantics

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