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A safe and secure environment similar to the womb creates a positive learning environment where children feel secure to initiate responses from their environment based on interest and curiosity.
 
  a. True
  b. False

Question 2

Emotional or physical trauma can cause pathological detachment.
 
  a. True
  b. False

Question 3

Only the last five of Eriksons eight psychosocial stages are important in the emotional development of infants and
  toddlers.
 
  a. True
  b. False

Question 4

The preattachment phase (birth to six weeks) occurs when the baby grasps, cries, smiles, and gazes to keep the caregiver engaged.
 
  a. True
  b. False

Question 5

To track infant and toddler development, caregivers must observe and identify the specific behaviors, or milestones, when they are first or consistently manifested.
 
  a. True
  b. False

Question 6

What are some of the challenges faced by new infant and toddler teachers?
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Question 7

What types of diversity can you expect to find in the make-up of a family unit?
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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Ans. to #1

ANSWER: True

Ans. to #2

ANSWER: True

Ans. to #3

ANSWER: False

Ans. to #4

ANSWER: True

Ans. to #5

ANSWER: True

Ans. to #6

ANSWER: (1) As discussed in earlier chapters, this period of growth and development is rapid noticeable changes occur monthly, weekly, and, in some cases, daily (Swim & Muza, 1999). (2) Physical, social, emotional, and cognitive developments are more interrelated for infants than for older children. (3) Infants are more dependent upon a consistent relationship with a caregiver to meet all of their needs. (4) Infants have no effective skills for coping with discomfort and stress, so they are more open to harm.

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ANSWER: As a caregiver you can expect families to represent a great deal of diversity: single parent, grandparent as head of household, gay/lesbian parents, adoptive families with Caucasian parents and Asian children.
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