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1.   The notion of plasticity refers to the:    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. vast array of contexts in  which development occurs.      B. ability of human traits to be  altered during  development.      C.  fact that many academic  fields contribute data and  insight to the science of  development.      D.  universals and specifics of  human development in  many cultural settings.      Score: 1/1    2.   Which is consistent with both a dynamic-systems and bioecological approach?    Score: 0/2 
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  3.   A researcher is interested in the effect of the number of students in a room and a first grader's ability to focus  on a task. A child is placed in a room with no other students, 5, 10, or 20 other students. The researcher  measures how long each child works on a reading task before looking around the room.  What is the independent variable?   Score: 2/2    4.   Scientific observation would probably be the best choice for a researcher interested in:    Score: 2/2    5.
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Sam decided to conduct a case study of his nephew for his senior project. Because he used scientific  observation, his results:    Score: 2/2    6.  
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2010 for the course PSYC 2301 taught by Professor Eaton during the Spring '07 term at San Jacinto.

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