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Santrock: Chapter 1
1. For the purposes of organization and understanding, a childs development is commonly described in
terms of periods, which are given appro
Dr. Perry believes that who we are is mostly a result of who our parents are rather than how they brought us up.
Dr. Perry would be considered a proponent of the:
A. nature position.
B. nurture position.
C. continuity position.
C. Red blood
1. Describe the pattern of physical growth in early childhood.
Height and WeightAverage child grows 2 inch and gains between 5 and 7 pounds a year during early
Boys gain muscle; girls gain fatty tissue
A. adjust their schemes to take new information and experiences into account.
B. develop one scheme that applies to all information and experiences they
C. prevent the incorporation of ne
After discovering that they were expecting their first baby, Mark and Maxine began looking for ways
in which they could prepare for this birth. Maxine was insistent that she did not want to be heavily
medicated during the delivery
Natalie had random hand movements when she was two-months old. When she was six months old,
she used to grab a block with her whole hand. Now at the age of ten months, she can grasp the same
block with her thumb and forefinger. Th
Which of the following pairs of genetic disorders is caused by the presence of an extra chromosome?
A. Down syndrome and Turner syndrome
B. Turner syndrome and sickle-cell
C. Klinefelter syndrome and Down
1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of shared sleeping (the family bed)?
a. Promote breast feeding
b. Mother respond more quickly to babys cries
c. Detect breathing pauses
a. Sleeping mot