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Virtual Child Infants and Toddlers (40 points) Instructions: A good answer will address every part of the question, and will describe the child’s behavior and provide one supporting example. In addition, whenever possible, you should relate your descriptions and explanations of the child’s behavior to the concepts, theories, and research covered in the textbook . Please avoid expressing an unfounded opinion. The questions are printed below. The gray boxes are available for you to highlight and type right in. Points will be awarded for each correct answer. 9 months: 1a. At 8 months of age was your child an “easy”, “slow to warm up”, or “difficult” baby in terms of Thomas and Chess’s classic temperamental categories? Alicia is an easy child, but has difficult time soothing herself back down. 1b. On what would you base this judgment? Alicia adapted to new people and situations in the pediatrician's office. She made eye contact, smiled at them, and vocalized to them quite a bit 19 months:
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