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; 6/7 Question 17 Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 124] The violation-of-expectation research method: measures infants’ reactions to unexpected events. is rarely used in studies of infant cognition. measures infants’ reactions to unexpected events. predicts infants will look longer at events they expected would occur. tells researchers how intelligent an infant is. Question 18 Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 125] Researchers who argue infants possess core knowledge are arguing that infants: are born with systems of knowledge that have been shaped by natural selection. are born as blank states, with no perceptual biases. are conscious of what they know about the world. are born with systems of knowledge that have been shaped by natural selection. are born knowing the beliefs and skills of their culture. Question 19 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points
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; 7/7 Wednesday, January 30, 2019 5:15:59 PM PST Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 138-141] Studies examining infants’ early number concepts have found young infants: CAN quickly determine the number of items in a set without counting and CAN tell the difference between ‘more and less.’ CAN quickly determine the number of items in a set without counting, but CANNOT tell the difference between ‘more and less.’ CANNOT quickly determine the number of items in a set without counting, but CAN tell the difference between ‘more and less.’ CAN quickly determine the number of items in a set without counting and CAN tell the difference between ‘more and less.’ CANNOT tell the difference between ‘more and less’ and CANNOT quickly determine the number of items in a set without counting. OK OK
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