Parenting Styles
Intelligence
Emotional Development I
Piaget
Emotional Development II
100

Type of parent who is very controlling and demanding but not very supportive of their child

Authoritarian

100
According to Gardner, this type of intelligence deals with how you relate to other people

Interpersonal

100

Type of temperament when a baby is happy, calm and adaptable

Easy

100

A child in this stage is egocentric and does not use logic yet. They also cannot conserve yet

Pre-operational

100

The set of attributes that define who we are 

Self-concept

200

Type of parent who is neither demanding nor supportive of their child; they may be struggling with addiction

Neglecting/uninvolved

200

Howard Gardner said there are ______ different kinds of intelligence (how many?)

Eight

200

This bond between caregiver and child can lead to better social skills and cognitive development for kids

Attachment

200

Kids sometimes think that inanimate objects have lifelike qualities.  This type of thinking is called ______________.

Animistic

200

The amount of spanking recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics

None!

300

Type of parent who is highly supportive of their child, but has few or no expectations of them

Permissive-indulgent

300

The average IQ score is...

100

300

Type of temperament; involves strong reactions and withdrawal from new things

Slow-to-warm-up

300

Ages when a child is in Piaget's pre-operational stage

2 - 6 years

300

Type of play where kids work towards a common goal (e.g., playing "house")

Cooperative

400

Type of parent who is supportive of their child but also has expectations of them; this is the best parenting style for most families

Authoritative

400

The three components of Sternberg's theory of intelligence are Conventional, Practical and.....?

Creative

400

When a baby receives comfort from their caregiver after being upset, they have this type of attachment

Secure

400
Type of play that Piaget said contributes to children's cognitive development in a positive way

Sociodramatic play

400

Type of play when a child is playing entirely by themselves; they are an "onlooker"

Nonsocial

500

A child parented in this style tends to be very demanding of adults (hint:  it's one of Baumrind's styles)

Permissive-indulgent

500

The correlation between IQ and outcomes in life, such as educational and occupational attainment, is considered....

Moderate
500
The name of the technique used to measure attachment in a laboratory setting is.....

Strange Situation

500

Understanding that the amount of something does not change even if the shape of it does

Conservation

500

Type of play where children exchange toys but they are not playing together

Associative

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