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Old 09-24-2007, 06:55 PM
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Question Child Psychology Survey

ok, for my General Psychology class i have to survey 10 people on the following questions:

First, general data about yourself:

Gender:
Age:
Highest level of education completed:
Marital Status:
Occupation:
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?:

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away.
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon.
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control.
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help form an adult.
5) Help set the table for dinner.
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult.
7) Fold and put away clean clothes.
8) Take out the garbage.
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items.
10) Take a bath by him/herself.

i hope 2 surveys in one day isnt overkill for you guys!
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:06 PM
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Gender:Male
Age:18
Highest level of education completed: Highschool grad.
Marital Status: Dating
Occupation: Checkered Flag car dealership
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: not really anymore

~these are simple numerical answers~

I dont know if these following ones are if a child is physically/mentally able to, or when they should start doing it, so I may have to change my answers, depending.

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. 3ish?
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. 2?
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. 3
4) Use a vacuum cleaner with some help form an adult. 5
5) Help set the table for dinner. 5-7?
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. what do you call "dress"? well- 8 motor function wise- 5
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 9
8) Take out the garbage. 9
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. 8
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 6


so am i a bad parent?
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:13 PM
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Gender: male
Age: 21
Highest level of education completed: college
Marital Status: ball & chain
Occupation: construction right now
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: ya

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. 2
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. .5 - 1
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. 2
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help form an adult. 5.5 - 6
5) Help set the table for dinner. 6
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. 4-5
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 5
8) Take out the garbage. 8ish
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. 4
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 7
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:36 PM
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Gender: Male
Age: 17
Highest level of education completed: 11th Grade
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Data Enterer
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: Yes, my own (paintball markers), and others.

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. - 3
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. - 2.5 - 3
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. - 1
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help from an adult. - 8
5) Help set the table for dinner. - 5
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. - 5 ?
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. - 7
8) Take out the garbage. - 7
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. - 6
10) Take a bath by him/herself. - 6?

Ones with ? are ones I really have no idea about. I don't remember when I could do that stuff by myself so..
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Old 09-25-2007, 07:07 AM
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I dont know if these following ones are if a child is physically/mentally able to, or when they should start doing it, so I may have to change my answers, depending.
when they should start doing it.

thanks guys, 3 down, 7 to go.
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Old 09-25-2007, 07:34 AM
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Gender: M
Age: 32
Highest level of education completed: Some College
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Sales/Marketing
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: Yes, both my own and others, ranging from 4 days to 11 years.

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away.
2-ish
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon.
18 months
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control.
2
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help from an adult.
6
5) Help set the table for dinner.
5-6
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult.
2
7) Fold and put away clean clothes.
3
8) Take out the garbage.
3-4
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items.
3-4
10) Take a bath by him/herself.
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Old 09-26-2007, 01:37 PM
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ok, for my General Psychology class i have to survey 10 people on the following questions:

First, general data about yourself:

Gender: Male
Age: 34
Highest level of education completed: High School
Marital Status: Happily Married
Occupation: Service Supervisor for NAFECO
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: A lot. 2 of my own and 6 nieces & nephews

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. 3
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. 2
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. 3
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help form an adult. 7
5) Help set the table for dinner. 7 or 8
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. 3
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 8
8) Take out the garbage. 9
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. 7
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 5

i hope 2 surveys in one day isnt overkill for you guys!
let us know the results.k?
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Old 09-26-2007, 04:31 PM
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ok, for my General Psychology class i have to survey 10 people on the following questions:

First, general data about yourself:

Gender:Male
Age:42
Highest level of education completed:BBA
Marital Status:Married
Occupation:Auto Repair Shop Owner/Operator
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?:Yes
~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. 2
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. 1
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. 2
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help form an adult. 7
5) Help set the table for dinner. 7
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. 3
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 6
8) Take out the garbage. 10
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. Never!!!
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 4
i hope 2 surveys in one day isnt overkill for you guys!
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:41 PM
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Gender: M
Age: 18
Highest level of education completed: 11th
Marital Status: s
Occupation: computer industry
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: 3hr/week max

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away. 2
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. 2
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. 2
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help form an adult. 4
5) Help set the table for dinner. 5
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. 5
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 10
8) Take out the garbage. 8
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. 8, but done well... 10
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 6


I haven't been around many infants so the lower numbers are more of guesses.
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:53 PM
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Gender: M
Age: PM me?
Highest level of education completed: Masters in psych
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Department of Human Services
Do you spend time with children (your own or others)?: all day everyday?

~these are simple numerical answers~

At what age should a child be able to:
1) Help adult pick up toys and put them away-2
2) Feed him/herself with a spoon. 1 1/2
3) Bring an adult an object, such as the remote control. My kid steals them..2
4) Use a vaccum cleaner with some help from an adult. 5
5) Help set the table for dinner. 6-7
6) Dress him/herself with little help from an adult. 3
7) Fold and put away clean clothes. 10
8) Take out the garbage. 10
9) Use a feather duster to help dust furniture items. (who dusts?) 6
10) Take a bath by him/herself. 3


The lower numbers for me are more accurate as I have been around my own children who are still young, some of the stuff they havent done yet are more or less guesses, as the children I work with are often forced to do many of these things before they are ready...
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