Which research method is most suitable for studying

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34. Which research method is most suitable for studying how people change over time? A) Observational B) Longitudinal C) Correlational D) Cross-sectional Answer: B) Longitudinal Difficulty: 2 QuestionID: FE-34 Topic: Keeping an Eye on Cohort Effects Skill: Factual Objective: 10.1a
35. Which of the following is the correct order of development during gestation?
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Difficulty: 2 QuestionID: FE-35 Topic: Conception and Prenatal Development—From Zygote to Baby Skill: Factual Objective: 10 2a
36. Research on children's development of motor milestones suggests that Difficulty: 3 QuestionID: FE-36 Topic: Infant Motor Development—How Babies Get Going Skill: Applied/Conceptual Objective: 10.2b
37. According to Piaget, what are the two adjustment processes that children use to maintain equilibration? Difficulty: 2 QuestionID: FE-37 Topic: Theories of Cognitive Development Skill: Factual Objective: 10.3a
38. Ali watches his brother hide a toy under the pillow on the couch and then leave the room. A few minutes later, his sister comes in, finds the toy, and takes it outside. If Ali is 5 years old, and he is asked where his brother will look for the toy, what is he most likely to say? A) outside, because he hasn't yet developed theory of mind B) under the pillow, because he has a theory of mind C) outside, because he is would fail conservation tasks D) under the pillow, because he is likely to pass conservation tasks Answer: B) under the pillow, because he has a theory of mind Difficulty: 2 QuestionID: FE-38 Topic: Cognitive Landmarks of Early Development Skill: Applied/Conceptual Objective: 10.3b

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