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Midterm Examination

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Instruction: Choose the answer on the box. Writte the answer on the space provided. STRICTLY NO
ERASURE

Accomodation Genetics
Assimilation Growth
Babyhood Heredity
Behavior Genetics Infancy
Cephalocaudal Law Jean Piaget
Development Late Adolescence
Dominant Gene Late Adulthood
Early Adolescence Late Childhood
Early Childhood Lawrence Kohlberg
Erik Erikson Prenatal Development
Environment Puberty
Environmental Psychology Recessive Gene
Eugenics Sigmund Freud
Euthenics

1. Is the process of biiological transmission of traits to individual parents to offspring through germ
cells or gametes consisting of chromosomes and genes during CONCEPTION.
2. Is a gene that is phenotypically manifested when paired with another gene like skin color or
height.
3. Is a gene carrying trait manifested after being dormant for several generations; a gene that is
not produced when paired with a dominant one like baldness, color of the eyes.
4. This is s branch of biology concerned with heredity and the menas by which hereditary
characteristics are transmitted.
5. This specialization of genetics combines the methods of genetics and psychology to study the
inheritance of behavioral characteristics.
6. This is the science of improving the genes, thus, improving, the offspring and then the human
race.
7. Includes all the conditions inside and outside an organism that in any way influence its behavior,
growth, development, or life processes.
8. The study of effects of the general physical environment on behavior and mental processes.
9. The science or art of improving the human race y controlling the environment or living
conditions.
10. Is the progressive increase and continuous advancement of the child from conception to
maturity. It refers to the increment of bodily tissues, organs and structures. It designates
changes which occurs in time and is evidenced by increase in size, capacity, and proportions.
11. Development of an individual starts from the head toward the foot.

12. He advocated the psychoanalytic theory. He believed that all human beings pass through a
series of psychosexual stage.
13. The proponent of psychosocial theory, who identified eight basic development stages that the
individual has to pass through in his life.
14. He advocated the cognitive development theory. He believes that a child enters the world
lacking virtually all the basic cognitive competencies of the adult and gradually develops these
competencies by passing through a series of periods of development.
15. It is the process of taking in new information about objects by trying out existing schemes on
objects that fit those schemes. For example , when a baby is given a new rattle, he examines it,
suck on it, wave it and throws it- whereby he discovers that the rattle, like others, van be
sucked, can be waved and can be thrown.
16. It is the process of moifying schemes as the infant tries out familiar schemes on objects that do
not fit them. For example, when the baby is given a cup, he examines it, however, this time, he
discovers that, to suck on it, he can put only the edge in his mouth; wave it, he has to hold the
handle and cannot throw it because the mother puts the cup away from him.
17. He believed that as children grow, they pass through several levels of moral development
consisting of different stages which serve as the bases of their behavior when they become
adult.
18. This stage of development is the time when signifivant people from attitudes toward newly
created individual. The period of zygote, embryo, adn fetus. Conception to birth.
19. This stage is from birth to the end of the second week. The shortest of all development periods.
20. This stage is from the end of second week to the end of second year. The true foundation age.
21. This stage is from two to six years old when relative dependency of babyhood is over. This is the
toy age.
22. This stage is from ten or twelve or thirteen or fourteen years – period when child changesfrom
an asexual to sexual being. A time of rapid groth and change.
23. This stage starts at late 17 and ends when he is 21. A period of stability and less impulsiveness.
24. This stage is from six to ten or twelve years old – age of reason to the timethe child becomes
sexually mature.
25. This stage extends from 40 to 60 years old. Reaching and maintaining satisfactory performance
in one’s occupational career.