Researching social development with Mr. Kaufman’s concerns about his wife and their child, it’s shown that the child has clearly formed an attachment with the mother. The baby has an emotional tie with the her, seeks closeness with her, and shows distress when separated. This would be the reason why the baby cries when frustrated and fearfully clings to his mother. The baby is like this because the mother spent time stroking, cuddling, and rocking him. When the baby is separated from her, he becomes frustrated and cries because he is now in need for her nourishment.
When painting a picture including buildings, fields, a river, and mountains; I would choose linear perspective, relative size, relative height, and light and shadow to show a sense of depth. Linear perspective uses parallel lines converging to the middle to show depth and distance for the river, field, and buildings. Relative size is making an image smaller seem further away, useful for the buildings and mountains. Relative height can be used with mountains, making images in our higher vision seem further away. Finally, light and shadow can be useful in all four, shading light to dark, producing a sense of depth.
While feeling frustrated when you cannot recall answers to a series of questions, you can use a couple techniques to help out. First, you can use what’s called semantic encoding to put meanings with words. Another technique you can use is visual encoding, which uses imagery and connects mental pictures with words to help remember better. A third technique could be organization, using chunking to organize items into familiar units. This is easy because it’ll automatically happen. You could also use hierarchies as a technique to divide and subdivide things into smaller concepts and facts.