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11/1/12 Matching Key Concepts 1/13 highered.mcgraw-hill.com/novella/MixQuizProcessingServlet Matching Key Concepts (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 25 questions, you answered 0 correctly, for a final grade of 0%. 0 correct (0%) 25 incorrect (100%) 0 unanswered (0%) 0 ungraded (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . 1 INCORRECT Match the following terms with their definitions.::cephalocaudal pattern A) specialization of function in one hemisphere of the cerebral cortex or the other B) motor skills that involve large-muscle activities, such as walking C) occurs when newborns automatically suck an object placed in their mouth D) recovery of a habituated response after a change in stimulation E) occurs in response to a sudden, intense noise or movement. The newborn arches its back, throws back its head, and flings out its arms and legs. F) sequence in which growth starts at the center of the body and moves toward the extremities G) study of whether infants can distinguish one stimulus from another by measuring the length of attention the infants gives to different stimuli H) when an infant stops breathing and dies suddenly I) occurs when something touches the infant's palms; the infant responds by grasping tightly J) sequence in which the earliest growth always occurs at the top–the head–with physical growth in size and weight and feature differentiation gradually working from top to bottom K) motor skills that involve finely tuned movements, for example, finger dexterity L) sensory stimulation changes but perception of the physical world remains constant M) opportunities for interaction that are offered by objects that are necessary to perform functional activities N) wasting away of body tissues in the infant's first year, caused by severe protein–calorie deficiency O) occurs when the infant's cheek is stroked or the side of the mouth is touched P) product of the interaction between information and the sensory receptors–the eyes, ears, tongue, nostrils, and skin Q) decreased responsiveness to a stimulus after repeated presentation of the stimulus R) the ability to relate and integrate information from two or more sensory modalities, such as vision and hearing S) the perspective on motor development that seeks to explain how motor behaviors are assembled for perceiving and acting T) object remains the same even though the retinal image of the object changes as one moves toward or away from the object U) built-in reaction to stimuli that govern the newborns' movement and is used as a survival mechanism V) theory that perception functions to bring organisms in contact with the environment and to increase adaptation W) the interpretation of what is sensed X) recognition that an object remains the same shape even though its orientation changes Y) condition caused by a deficiency in protein in which the child's abdomen and feet become swollen with water; usually appears 1 to 3 years of age Your Answer:
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