Allocation of resources often changes as a person develops Which is not an

Allocation of resources often changes as a person

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66.Allocation of resources often changes as a person develops. Which is not an example of this redistribution?A. Personal growth and improvement of skills are benefited by the availability of resources.B. People are able to use resources to regain proficiency in a certain area.C. Often resources are used in times of personal loss to the individual.D. The availability of resources increases over time.Answer:BPage: 18-19Guidepost: 5Type:F67.Which researcher studied the effect of income loss and economic hardship on families in the 1930s and the 1980s?69.In the Oakland Growth Study, the longitudinal study of social and emotional development of urban youth during the Great Depression,70.The Oakland Growth Study was replicated in an Iowa farm town in 1989. The longitudinal study of social and emotional development of farm families that 9
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Guidepost: 5Type:Cdeveloped over the depreciation of the farm land were similar in all areas exceptEssay Questions71. Marcus is trying to design a plan for a pre-school that he can submit to his school board for final approval. List and define each of the three major developmental domains that will have to be included in the plan.Give examples of how a pre-school program will address each of these domains in the day to day operation of the pre-school.72.Human development defines eight distinct periods. List each of the developmental periods. Discuss the periods that occur in childhood and adolescence by supplying the following information.What is the age range for the particular period?Give an example of a cognitive, a psychosocial and a physical event during the period that helps to define the particular period of development.73.While events in development follow a somewhat universal pattern, individual events in a person’s life affect both the rate and timing of development. Discuss the differences between inherited and environmental influences on development List and give examples of the affects of certain environmental influences on an individual’s development.10
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