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Quiz 1 Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.89 points Age-related and age-determined concepts are presented in this week's slides. Which concept is most useful in thinking about development (and why)?
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed Age determi ned, because it instructs us about the specific timing of change. 1.818% Age- related, because there is individu al variabili ty in change. 89.091 % Age- determi ned, because change is
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Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points According to the Williams article in JOPERD, children's motor skills (like throwing) change
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed Automa tically. 0% With practice and physical changes occurrin g over time. 100% The same in all children . 0% Unansw ered 0%
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Question 3 Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points Longitudinal study refers to
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed Testing the same group of individu als a number of times, generall y over months or years; 100% Testing the same individu als a number of times, typicall y in the same week. 0% Testing differen
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Question 4 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.75 points Motor development
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed focuses on learning skills 5.455% is maturati onal. 18.182 % occurs automat ically 1.818% involves a descript ion of change and what causes change to occur. 74.545
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Question 5 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.91 points Fundamental skills are
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed Sport skills and activitie s of daily living 3.636% involve primaril y the small muscles of the hands 0% Are building blocks leading to more comple x skills. 90.909 % None of
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Question 6 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.16 points Which statement below is true?
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed Increasi ng age results in change. 20% Factors related to age (like size, strength , cognitiv e develop ment) are causal 'agents'. 16.364 % Age causes some change; factors like size, strength
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Quiz 2 Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.42 points Halverson and Williams selected hopping participants based on the following criteria:
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Correct Answer s Percent Answer ed They observe d children of many differen t ages to determi ne when hopping 'develop ed'. 51.923 % They read about previou s experim ents on hopping that suggest ed it 'develop ed' by age 5. 42.308 %
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Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.19 points 'Total body' developmental motor sequences
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Answer s Percent Answer ed are used to describe a series of age- related changes in a fundam ental motor skill. 19.231
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