Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence 10th Edition Berger Test Bank
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|1.||Science is needed in the study of human development because _____.|
|A)||nonempirically based opinions arise from research|
|B)||people usually agree on how children should be raised|
|C)||research provides data and facts that will enable people to live full lives|
|D)||the information we get from research is definitive|
|2.||Which step of the scientific method involves making a specific prediction?|
|B)||test the hypothesis|
|C)||pose a question|
|D)||develop a hypothesis|
|3.||Other names for the nature versus nurture debate include _____.|
|A)||learning versus experience|
|B)||experience versus environment|
|C)||heredity versus genetics|
|D)||heredity versus environment|
|4.||The biopsychosocial approach _____.|
|A)||emphasizes the biological factors in development|
|B)||underestimates the role of cognition in development|
|C)||considers the biological, psychological, and social influences in development|
|D)||is unpopular in modern psychology|
|5.||In the nature–nurture debate, most developmentalists believe that _____.|
|A)||nature is more influential|
|B)||nature and nurture combine to determine outcomes|
|C)||nurture is more influential|
|D)||nature and nurture are both unimportant when compared to genes and environment|
|6.||The difference between one developing person and the norm is _____.|
|A)||a genetic flaw|
|B)||not always considered a deficit|
|C)||a result of their deficiency|
|D)||usually considered normal|
|7.||According to social scientists, race is _____.|
|A)||part of the microsystem|
|B)||a social construction|
|C)||defined by heritage|
|8.||People who came of age during the Great Depression all come from the same _____.|
|9.||Human development is plastic, which means traits _____.|
|A)||are rigid and unchanging|
|B)||can be molded, yet are durable|
|C)||are flexible and never durable|
|D)||are entirely dependent on experience|
|10.||Which of the following is a characteristic of scientific observation?|
|A)||It requires a large number of participants.|
|B)||It requires specialized equipment such as video recorders.|
|C)||It involves observing and recording behavior in a natural setting.|
|D)||It must take place in a lab setting.|
|11.||The only research method that establishes a possible cause-and-effect relationship is _____.|
|A)||a case study|
|12.||For which research method is the primary data source information gained from interviews and questionnaires?|
|13.||Which of these research designs studies changes over time?|
|14.||What does it mean when a correlation exists between two variables?|
|A)||There is a relationship between two variables.|
|B)||Cause and effect have been established.|
|C)||One variable caused the other to change.|
|D)||A relationship between two variables was not established.|
|15.||Which is unethical research behavior?|
|A)||halting the study if potential harm is suspected|
|B)||offering a modest incentive to participate|
|C)||changing the data to support the hypothesis|
|D)||reporting results to participants|