1. Define the concept of cohort group. Describe (and speculate) on the ways individuals of your age and a 80-year-old might view Facebook Romance (check out this link (Links to an external site.) for some examples). How does being born in a particular historic time play a role in shaping people’s view on Facebook Romance?

2. Estimate the amount of time you spend on social media during a typical week. Then, as a thought experiment, imagine your Internet goes on the fritz, and you are forced to spend time on other activities. What specifically would you choose to do? Do you think social media sites are a negative or a positive influence in your life?

3. A psychologist wants to use behavioral genetics determine the heritability (or genetic contribution) to being shy. Describe how the psychologist might design this study. What findings would suggest that shyness is highly genetic?

4. Give an example each of evocative and active genetic/environment forces and how they have shaped one personality trait of yours. Then give an example of either an optimum or poor person-environment fit that you have experienced this year.

5. Watch this 5-minute video. What is epigenetics? Why is it so important?

6. Two pairs of identical twins got mixed up at the hospital in Bogotá, Colombia as infants. If you were a developmentalist doing research on twins, identify at least 4 questions you would want to ask them. Explain the reasoning behind your questions.

7. Imagine that you are interested in the relationship between age and reading ability for children of ages 8 to 12 years. Briefly define the cross-sectional design and summarize how you could test this relationship using that design.

8. Watch video below and answer the following questions: (a) Based on Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory, what is the developmental stage of the baby in the video? (b) In the video, the baby snatched away the blanket to uncover the hidden toy. This behavior demonstrates ______ (fill in the blank), which is the understanding that _____ (fill in the blank). (c) In the video, the researcher put an object in full view of the baby into one out-of-sight location, had the baby get it, and then moved it to another place while the baby was watching. The baby still looked for it in the initial place. This mistake is called _____, which is a typical mistake made by children of ________ age.

9. What the following two videos. What is the name of the procedure used in these videos? For each of the videos, answer the following questions: What is the attachment style of the toddler in the video? What are some behaviors that led you to such a conclusion?

10. Describe an experience that you encountered within the past few months that demonstrated proximity-seeking in disaster

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