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independent, and start families and careers? A. AdolescenceB.Young adulthoodC. Middle adulthoodD. Older adulthoodGuidepost: 2 What do developmental scientists study?Papalia - Chapter 01 #25Type: Knowledge 26.The concept of individual differences implies that people differ in Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #26Type: Knowledge 27.The inborn traits or characteristics we inherit from biological parents are our Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #27Type: Knowledge 28.The world outside the self and the learning that comes from experiences in this world constitute (p. 10) Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #28Type: Knowledge 29.Which of the following statements about hereditary and environmental influences on development isTRUE? (p. 10)A. Internal influences are more important because they occur first.B. External influences are more important because they are active for a longer time.C.Internal and external influences interact and often cannot be separated.D. Internal and external influences are independent and can be readily separated.Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #29Type: Knowledge 30.The unfolding of a natural sequence of physical changes and behavior patterns describes Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #30Type: Knowledge31.Meghan recorded events in the lives of her sons Joseph and Jacob such as their first words, their firststep, and the events of puberty. These events are examples of the process of Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another? Papalia - Chapter 01 #31 Type: Application
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32.(p. 10)Environmental or experiential factors that help define individual differences in development includeall of the following EXCEPT Guidepost: 3 What kinds of influences make one person different from another?Papalia - Chapter 01 #32Type: Knowledge 33.A child born today in Iraq will have different experiences than children born in the United States orMexico. These experiences will affect the course of development for these children because each childdevelops within a unique (p. 10)A. biological context.
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