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1

The time when sexual relationships become more intimate and couples start considering starting a family:

a. early adult
b. middle adult
c. late adult
d. late adolescence

A

2

The psychological task of latency is to develop

a. discipline
b. gender identity
c. skills and talents
d. sense of independence

C

3

The time of retrospection, working to what has been and looking forward to what will become.

a. adolescence
b. early adulthood
c. middle adulthood
d. late adulthood

B

4

This is the time the child learns sphincter control of his bowels so toilet training is mastered. According to Erickson, the child learns this during:

a. trust vs. mistrust
b. autonomy vs. shame and doubt
c. initiative vs. guilt
d. industry vs. inferiority

D

5

[T/F] Genes, environment and nutrition are factors that affect development.

T

6

This is the stage, according to Freud, that the infant’s source of pleasure and gratification is through feeding. It is through the mother’s availability for her child that the child feels secure.

a. trust vs. mistrust (oral)
b. autonomy vs. shame (anal)
c. initiative vs. guilt (phallic)
d. industry vs. inferiority (latency)

A

7

Which of the following is a visual capability of a normal full-term newborn?

a. visual tracking 1800 (left to right)
b. sees black and white contrasts
c. fixates for prolonged periods
d. sees objects. 3ft. away

B

8

The following are ego functions except

a. memory
b. reality testing
c. emotion
d. instincts

D

9

The main psychological task of infancy is

a. to bond with the mother
b. to explore the world
c. to trust the father
d. to establish a separate self

A

10

During adolescence, a boy usually

a. becomes more obedient.
b. becomes more boastful and exhibitionistic
c. displays more affection to his parents
d. experiments in drugs and alcohol

D

11

Fertile period of women

a. pre-ovulatory
b. ovulatory
c. post-ovulatory

B

12

The first week of life is the journey of the fertilized ovum that leads to ___ is required for viability.

a. fertilization
b. cell division
c. implantation
d. menstruation

C

13

Days available to the same couple when they can have intercourse anytime of the day

a. 11-24
b. 10-24
c. 14-22
d. 11-23

C

14

Developmental domain affected by culture and environment

a. gross motor
b. fine motor
c. language
d. personal / social

D

15

Birthweight is tripled at

a. 9 months
b. 10 months
c. 11 months
d. 12 months

D

16

The average height of a 3 year old

a. 92 cm
b. 93 cm
c. 94 cm
d. 95 cm

D

17

Fertility of the couple depends on the:

a. sperm and egg
b. mucus
c. both
d. neither

C

18

In the latency period.. develop skills and talents.. is characterized by:

a. homosexual grouping
b. heterosexual activity
c. homosexual..
d. overt homosexual..

A

19

Normal adolescence is divided into 3 phases. In each phase, the individual must achieve development tasks which eventually lead to his personal identity. If adolescence does not proceed normally, the individual may have an identity problem manifested as:

a. chaotic sense of self; an inability to adapt to expected social roles
b. recurrent episodes of depression
c. anxiety over past parent-child conflicts; preoccupation with resolving them
d. suicidal thoughts and anti-social behavior which may be pervasive over time.

A

20

In Jean Piaget’s Theory of Intellectual Development, the transition from the sensorimotor stage to the pre-operational is marked by:

a. animistic thinking
b. phenomenalistic thinking
c. conservation and reversibility
d. object permanence

D

21

Erickson’s epigenetic principle demonstrates normality as:

a. average
b. utopia
c. health
d. process

D

22

A first year medical student took his physical exam as a requirement for enrollment. This demonstrates normality as:

a. average
b. utopia
c. health
d. process

C

23

The normal marrying age among Filipino male adults has increased from 25-28 to 28-32. This concept demonstrates normality as:

a. average
b. utopia
c. health
d. process

A

24

Newborn neuro-developmental exam is best performed

a. light sleep
b. quiet, awake
c. fully awake, crying
d. fully awake, with some activities alert

B

25

As the family systems progress through time, its main dynamic characteristic is?

a. values and roles
b. roles and functions
c. continuity and change
d. conflict and resolution

B

26

A major part of the family life cycle involves the rearing and eventual launching of children. If a family has no children, will these stages be non-existent?

a. YES, changes will be non-existent.
b. YES, changes will be non-existent but will be replaced by someone else.
c. YES, changes will be non-existent and will NOT be replaced by anything else.
d. NO, the changes will NOT be non-existent.

B

27

As families develop, there are continuous changes in roles and functions. The effort to resist these changes is towards:

a. achieving homeostasis
b. preserving family heritage
c. gaining honor
d. individual development

A

28

Which of the following is a component parameter of the composite APGAR score?

a. posture
b. color
c. retention
d. special senses

B

29

Which is FALSE?

a. duration of height spurt is variable but lasts 24-36 months
b. first sign of puberty in females is the onset of menarche
c. girls have lower PHV than boys and accounts for the reason why girls have a lower final mean height, shorter than boys
d. young girls have more subcutaneous fat than boys

B

30

[T/F] A faster growth rate would occur after menarche for females

F

31

[T/F] Testosterone and estrogen are responsible for skeletal maturation.

T

32

. Alzheimer’s disease is an example of

a. age-related biological change
b. age-related psychological disease
c. NOTA
d. AOTA

C

33

Climacteric is to male as menopausal is to female. This is an example of:

a. biological change
b. psychological change
c. social change
d. adaptation

A

34

Sexual intercourse and enjoyment are done by late adulthood couples. Some are not able to do so because of lack of opportunity. Masturbation is an..

a. age-related biological change
b. age-related psychological change
c. age-related social change
d. adaptation

D

35

Aged become grandparents

a. age-related biological change
b. age-related psychological change
c. age-related social change
d. adaptation

C

36

Age based on the birth certificate

a. social age
b. chronological age
c. functional age
d. biological age
e. psychological age

B

37

Social roles and expectations that people have for themselves imposed by the society.

a. social age
b. chronological age
c. functional age
d. biological age
e. psychological age

A

38

[T/F] The reduction in accommodation is called presbyopia.

T

39

[T/F] Depression, isolation and insomnia are effects of menopause

T