Quiz 1 FOR Chapter 9

Quiz 1 FOR Chapter 9 - HDFS2303 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT QUIZ 1...

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HDFS2303 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT QUIZ 1 FOR CHAPTER 9 PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD 1) Which of the following is supported by research on childhood obesity? A) All children are equally at risk for excessive weight gain. B) Overweight children tend to have overweight parents. C) Genetic factors are the primary determinant of obesity. D) Most obese children “grow out of it” by adolescence. 2) Obese children tend to A) be less responsive than normal-weight children to external stimuli associated with food. B) chew their food more thoroughly than normal-weight children. C) be less responsive than normal-weight children to internal hunger cues. D) eat slower than normal-weight children. 3) Research on weight gain reveals that children who get less nightly sleep are A) more likely to be overweight five years later. B) more likely to be significantly underweight than well-rested children. C) less likely to be overweight five years later.
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course HDFS 2303 taught by Professor Hart,mccarty during the Fall '10 term at Texas Tech.

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