Developmental Psychology-LifeSpan Approach (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 55 - 58 of 73

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Question number: 55

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Infancy & Childhood

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The experience that has the clearest, most profound effect on intellectual development:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Being raised in a very neglected home

b.

Being exposed to very stimulating toys and lessons in infancy

c.

Never being exposed to stimulating toys and lessons in infancy

d.

Being enrolled in Head Start Program

e.

Growing up in an economically disadvantaged home or neighborhood

Question number: 56

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Infancy & Childhood

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During the ages of 3 to 6 years, which area of the brain undergoes the most rapid growth?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

frontal

b.

occipital

c.

parietal

d.

temporal

e.

All of the above

Question number: 57

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Adulthood

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The stated purpose of cryonic suspension is to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

allow death to occur with a minimum of suffering.

b.

speed death for the terminally and irreversibly ill.

c.

preserve the body after death in hopes that future revival will become possible.

d.

place the terminally ill in suspended animation until a cure can be found.

e.

not to preserve the body after death.

Question number: 58

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Prenatal Development & the Newborn

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Telegraphic speech refers to

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

words that communicate only part of an idea.

b.

simple four-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

c.

the single-word stage of language learning.

d.

simple two-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

e.

the continuous outpouring of repeated language sounds.

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