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The Inability To Play, Choosing Only Contemplation, Thus Forfeiting Nature - Dave Phillips - III+ (CDr, Album)

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    (2 points) Synaptic pruning is the process by which neurons seldom stimulated lose their connective fibersthe two brain hemispheres lateralize during early childhoodneural fibers become myelinated as a result of stimulation of the brainnew synaptic connections are formed by environmental stimulation2 (2 points) Donnie and Vinny are playing with similar objects in the same room, without looking.
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    Solitary play – children play alone,typically with objects, and appear to be highly involved in what they are doing Onlooker play – children watchothers play, take an active interest, perhaps talk with the players, butdo not directly participate.
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    A psychologist shows a 4 month old a series of drawings. Each drawing shows a series of dots arranged in the shape of a square. After seeing a series of such pictures the infant look for shorter periods of time until she is barely looking at the square.
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    c. there is only one correct response to any moral dilemma. d. religious arguments concerning moral issues are the strongest. Though Mabel is unable to think in abstract terms, she is beginning to understand that because 3 + 5 = 8, 8 - 5 must equal 3. Mabel has begun to exhibit Piaget's ____ stage of thinking. "Have your child role-play.
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    Parenting is a. bidirectional. b. dynamic. c. both bidirectional and dynamic. d. neither bidirectional nor dynamic. Answer: Which of the following is a family characteristic that affects parenting practices? a. Family size b. Family configuration c. Parents’ stage of life d. All of these Answer: Observational learning differs from cognitive learning in that observational learning [ ].
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