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Psychology Study Guide Development 54. The sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person progresses from conception to death is known as Zygote 55. A one-celled organism formed by the union of the sperm and egg is known as Teratogens 56. Substances such as viruses and drugs that can harm the developing fetus are known as the process of becoming mature 57. Maturation is Longitudinal study 58. When the same subjects are repeatedly compared at different points in time, the study is called a Cross sectional study 59. When subjects of differing ages are compared at a single point in time, the study is called a Cross sectional research design 60. Tucker is a graduate student who is studying identity formation. He selects a group of 5-year-olds, a group of 10-year-olds, and a group of 15-year-olds, and interviews each group, asking them what they plan to be when they finish school. In this example, Tucker is using Three months of age 61. Research suggests that a child's temperament is well established by Attachment 62. The close, emotional bond of affection between an infant and its caregiver is called Anxious-ambivalent relationship 63. Kara takes her one-year-old son, Delaney, to visit a daycare center where she plans to enroll him. Delaney appears very anxious and is unwilling to explore the playroom, even though Kara is close by. When his mom leaves the room to fill out some forms, Delaney becomes extremely
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