Respond to the following questions. Make sure that you use complete sentences, college level grammar and that you have completely thought about your response. Chapter 4 Class Participation 1.Review the term “lateralization.” Compare lateralization in infancy and early childhood with that of late adults. Hint: go to cognitive development in late adulthood. 2. The brain is often described as plastic. Why? 3. According to Dynamic Systems Theory, perception and action are linked. What does this mean? Provide an example. 4.A researcher is interested in an infants understanding of numbers. She places two dancing balls within the infants line of sight, covers them, and then removes the cover to expose the two dancing balls again. After this procedure is repeated several times the infant loses interest and looks away. The researcher has timed the looking behavior. The researcher then removes the cover and there appear three dancing balls or one instead of two. The infant suddenly becomes interested again and looks longer. The process of more or less looking time is called ____________ and ___________ respectively. Chapter 5 Class Participation 1.Marcy is a very busy toddler. She watches and helps feed the puppy. Little Scientist that she is, one day she decides to see what would happen if she pours the food on the puppys head. Instead of placing the puppy in his bed she gently places him in a bathroom drawer. Which substage of sensorimotor development is Marcy exhibiting? 2.What is the difference between explicit and implicit memory? When does explicit memory first appear? 3.Define telegraphic speech and give an original example. 4.What is child-directed speech? List and define the three forms of child-directed speech. Chapter 6 Class Participation 1.According to the research of Jerome Kagan _______ shows considerable stability from infancy through early childhood. 2.Describe the rouge test. What does it indicate about infant social-emotional development? 3.What is the Strange Situation and what does this procedure indicate? 4.Which neurotransmitters are important to the development of attachment and why?
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