An increase in grey matter at preadolescence at

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D. An increase in grey matter at preadolescence, at different rates in different areas of the brain, followed but a decrease across adolescence
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2/12/18 3 Question 12 Researchers suggest that some individuals show improvement in psychological well-being following an extremely stressful event, rather than just returning to baseline. This phenomenon is referred to as: A.Post-traumatic growth B. Experience-expectant plasticity C.A dose-response relation D.An epigenetic effect Question 13 Parents providing an environment for their children that reinforces the effects of genes the children have inherited is known as A.Experience dependent plasticity B. A passive gene-environment correlation C.An active gene-environment correlation D.An evocative gene-environment correlation Question 14 Which of the following is NOT a true statement about resilience? A. Resilience may be, to some extent, caused by experiences of adversity B. Resilience appears to be ordinary—the rule, not the exception C. Protective factors, such as positive self-concept, promote resilience D. Individuals with the fewest negative or traumatic experiences tend to be the happiest Question 15 Research showing that the brains of musicians and people with congenital hearing loss may be structured differently from those of other people illustrates which property of human development?
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