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Chapter 10 – Lifespan Development-What is the difference between a cross-section design and a longitudinal design? What is one positive element and one negative element associated with each type of design?-What are cohort effects?-What is a zygote?-Differentiate between the germinal stage, the embryonic stage, and the fetal stage of development.-What are teratogens and how can they influence fetal development?-What is thalidomide? What physical symptom is most often associated with thalidomide?-Emily’s mother drank a lot of alcohol while she was pregnant; as a result, Emily has a relatively low IQ and has some facial deformities. Emily most like has this developmental condition: ____________.-What is the relationship between parental smoking and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)?-What are two cognitive symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome?-How have doctors attempted to help infants that are born preterm (earlier than 36 weeks in the womb)?-Do you think that the dad pictured on page 393 looks like Edward from Twilight?
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