Professional Education 004 LET Reviewer

Human Growth, Learning, and Development (Professional Education) LET Reviewer 2019. This review material for 2019 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) covers various topics in Human Growth, Learning, and Development including stages of human growth and development, sensation and perception, and learning processes.

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  1. Two years of age are described as terrible two by Erikson because:
    • They are inquisitive.
    • They are playful.
    • They are sickly.
    • They are assertive.
  2. According to Sigmund Freud, the main proponent of Psychoanalytic Theory, the superego is mainly concerned with:
    • The resolution of conflict within the self
    • The idea of right and wrong
    • The finding of greater satisfaction
    • The development of healthy psyche
  3. The following are factors affecting motor development of children EXCEPT:
    • Maternal Nutrition
    • Child Nutrition
    • Early Stimulation
    • Preschool Education
  4. A common form of extrasensory perception (ESP) or the ability to move objects through thoughts:
    • Telepathy
    • Clairvoyance
    • Psychokinesis
    • Precognition
  5. It is the transmission of traits from parents to offspring:
    • Genes
    • Heredity
    • Chromosomes
    • Cytoplasm
  6. Research establish that complete coordination of motor activities is attained at:
    • Pre-natal Stage
    • Adolescence Stage
    • Childhood Stage
    • Infancy
  7. It refers to a family of mental exercises in which a conscious attempt is made focus attention in a non-analytical way:
    • Hypnosis
    • Meditation
    • Sleep
    • Dream
  8. The minimum amount of stimulus or energy capable of exciting a receptor is called;
    • Threshold
    • Perception
    • Sensation
    • Exteroceptors
  9. It refers to a progressive series of changes of an orderly coherent type leading to the individual’s maturation:
    • Development
    • Cephalocaudal
    • Growth
    • Proximodistal
  10. It allows us to perceive that plate is still being a circle even though the angle from which we view it appears to distort the shape.
    • Brightness Constancy
    • Shape Constancy
    • Perceptual Constancy
    • Size Constancy
  11. Which of the following is not a stage in prenatal development?
    • Germinal Stage
    • Embryonic Stage
    • Fetal Stage
    • Infancy
  12. In Gestalt Principles of Grouping, our tendency to complete familiar objects that have gaps in them is called:
    • Similarity
    • Proximity
    • Continuity
    • Closure
  13. Once we adapt to the perfume or the ticking of the clock, we stop recognizing it. This process of becoming less sensitive to unchanging stimulus is known as:
    • Sensory Adaptation
    • Signal Detection Theory
    • Absolute Threshold
    • Difference Threshold
  14. This is the stage when an individual becomes confused and starts to experience identity crisis:
    • Early Childhood
    • Late Childhood
    • Early Adulthood
    • Adolescence
  15. During the height of anger, it operates according to Freud.
    • Ego
    • Id and Ego
    • Superego
    • Id
  16. This law states that if a response in the presence of a stimulus is followed by a satisfying event, the association between the stimulus (S) and the response (R) is strengthened.
    • Law of Effect
    • Law of Exercise
    • Law of Readiness
    • Pavlovian Conditioning
  17. It happens when a behavior is strengthened as a result of stopping or avoiding a negative condition.
    • Positive Reinforcement
    • Negative Reinforcement
    • Discrimination
    • Extinction
  18. The process by which animals or people learn to make different responses to different stimuli is:
    • Extinction
    • Discrimination
    • Learning
    •  Memory
  19. It occurs when a behavior is weakened as a result of not experiencing an expected positive condition or a negative condition is stopped.
    • Discrimination
    • Extinction
    • Reinforcement
    • Learning
  20. It is a process that depends on experience and leads to long-term changes in behavior.
    • Learning
    • Acquisition
    • Behavioral Change
    • Thinking