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1. Letter-Sound Knowledge: Letter-sound knowledge is an essential component
for understanding the alphabetic principle [that] also predicts variations in
Article 1: On Genes, Brains, and Behavior: Why Should Developmental Psychologists
Care About Brain Development?
According to this article, traditionally, the view of genetics was largely influenced
by the embryological development. In this model, brain de
Article 7: Moral Identity: What Is It, How Does It Develop, and Is It
Linked to Moral Action?
1. How is moral identity important in explaining the moral judgment-action gap?
a. Moral identity is an excellent predictor of ones moral action. People with
Article 6: Same Place, Different Experiences: Bringing Individual
Differences to Research in Child Care
1. What is higher quality childcare related to?
Higher quality childcare is related to a higher chance of positive
development of positive social skill
Article 2: Effective Curriculum-Based Sex and STD/ HIV Education Programs for
The three typical goals of curriculum-based sex and STD/HIV education
programs include: the presentation of clear health goals (like the prevention of sexually
Article 5: Applying Psychological Theories to Educational Practice
~Describe Sternbergs Theory of Successful Intelligence.
Sternbergs theory of successful intelligence is known as (a) the use of an
integrated set of abilities needed to attain success in l
Article 3: A Framework for Understanding the Association Between Food Insecurity and
It is important to study both food insecurity and hunger due to their prevalence in
the United States and due to their effects on childrens development