Negative behaviors by toddlers which

tax the patience of adults may be a sign of which?

A. HAVING BEEN SPOILED
B. INSECURITY AND FEAR OF FAILURE
C. An EMERGING SENSE OF AUTONOMY
D. HOSTILITY TO PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS

I am thinking (D)hostility to parents and caregivers is the correct answer.
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<<Emerging autonomy in toddlers may result in defiant behavior, tantrums, or resistance to eating, toileting, or going to bed. >>
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And believe it or not, a lot of negative behavior in toddlers is correlating to the birth mom smoking during pregnancy. So negative or antisocial behaviors may have much more of an intrinsic cause than behavioral psychology ever dreamed (pun intentded)

lia lia answered
7 years ago

Negative behaviors by toddlers which

tax the patience of adults may be a sign of which?

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
8 months ago

Based on the information provided, option C, "An emerging sense of autonomy," seems to be the most likely answer. Toddlers are at a stage in their development where they are starting to assert their independence and explore their surroundings. This newfound autonomy can sometimes lead to negative behaviors such as defiance, tantrums, and resistance to routines like eating or going to bed.

It is important to note that while option D, "Hostility to parents and caregivers," may sometimes be a factor in negative behaviors, it is not necessarily the most common or predominant sign.

Regarding the potential link between negative behaviors in toddlers and smoking during pregnancy, it is indeed possible that prenatal exposure to substances like tobacco could have an impact on a child's behavior and development. However, it is crucial to consult with healthcare professionals or conduct further research for accurate and up-to-date information on this topic.