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Fezzik from the Princess Bride: His Development

According to Specht and Craig normal babies weigh between 5 1/2 and 9 1/2 lbs at birth and immediately lose:

About 2 ounces Between 3 and 4 ounces Between 5 and 6 ounces Babies do not lose weight after birth

A child's __________ is often the initial and most obvious basis for the development of environmental responses to him or her.

amount of crying smile general physical appearance foot size response to verbal stimuli

Fezzik gaining "object permanence" means he was able to establish that:

some objects are too big to move. he doesn't have to move if he doesn't want to. an object can exist independent of him.

Fezzik's fear of being alone is referred to as:

solicitudophobia alonephobia greenlandophobia isolophobia

Healthy cognitive development is manifested by:

eating nutritious food. an ability to play sports. having correct thoughts on what is observed

Because Fezzik's parents loved him and cared for him when he was young, he was able to develop a sense of

trust fear aptitude fighting ability physical strength

As he grew into latency age, Fezzik faced the risk of some psychopathology as a result of:

role confustion being insecure about his size being taken away from school socialization threats of abandonment from his parents All of the above

According to Wenar, Fezzik may have been somewhat neurotic because of his excessive self-control manifested by:

failure to defend himself against physical harm refraining from eating for long periods of time ability to bite his tongue in arguments

Fezzik had few peer relationships because such relationships are based on shared similarities, and Fezzik was not too similar to his peers.

True False

Fezzik's size was an advantage in his psychosocial development

True False Arguments could be made for either side