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1 1. The exercise of closing your mouth when you chew is an instance of….? 2. One of the most consistently damaging teratogens is…? Please create down the question & leave room for your answers.

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2  DMA  testimonial for final Exam  Chapters 3 & 4 Homework:  last Exam – Friday, Feb. Third  Quiz on chap 1, 2, 3 & 4 – tomorrow  Quiz on chap. 5, 6,7 & 8 – Monday, Jan. 30th  Quiz ~ above Chap 9, 10, 11 & Prologue – Wednesday, Feb. 1st

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4 discuss with a neighbor… What does gender identity mean?

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5  Gender duty  a collection of expected behaviors for males and females  gender Identity  one’s sense of being masculine or female  Gender-typing  the acquisition of a classic masculine or feminine function

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7  the same Twins  develop from a single fertilized egg  that splits in two, producing two genetically identical organisms  Fraternal pair  develop from different eggs  gene no closer than brothers and also sisters,  yet they share the fetal setting Identical twins Fraternal twins exact same sex only Same or the contrary sex

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8  Natural choice  the principle that, among the selection of inherited trait variations,  those the lead to enhanced reproduction and also survival  will certainly most likely be passed on to doing well generations  Mutations  random errors in gene replication that bring about a readjust in the succession of nucleotides  the source of all genetic diversity

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9  Temperament  a who characteristic emotional reactivity and also intensity  Heritability  the proportion of variation among individuals the we can attribute to genes  might vary, relying on the selection of populations and also environments learned

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10 with a neighbor…

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12  suffer affects mind development Impoverished setting Rat mind cell Rat mind cell Enriched setting

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14  Teratogens  agents (such as chemicals and viruses)  have the right to reach the embryo or fetus throughout prenatal development and cause harm  Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)  physical and cognitive abnormalities in youngsters  led to by a pregnant woman’s hefty drinking  symptoms encompass misproportioned head

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15  uncovered within:  mind cells  Sperms cell  Bone cell  Blood cell

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17  primary Sex attributes  body frameworks that make sexual reproduction possible  ovaries--female  testes--male  exterior genitalia  secondary Sex attributes  nonreproductive sexual characteristics  female--breast and hips  male--voice quality and also body hair

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18 common Age range Description of stage Developmental Phenomena bear to virtually 2 yearsSensorimotor experiencing the world through senses and actions (looking, touching, mouthing) thing permanence Stranger anxiety about 2 come 6 years around 7 to 11 years about 12 with adulthood Preoperational Representing things with words and images however lacking logical thinking Pretend beat Egocentrism Language advancement Concrete operational thinking logically around concrete events; grasping concrete analogies and also performing orient operations preservation Mathematical changes Formal operational Abstract reasoning Abstract logic Potential for moral reasoning

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19  Harlow’s Surrogate mommy Experiments  monkeys preferred contact with the comfortable cloth mother, even while feeding from the nourishing wire mother

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20  primates raised by synthetic mothers were terror-stricken when placed in strange situations without their surrogate mothers.

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22  Authoritarian  parents impose rules and expect obedience  “Don’t interrupt.” “Why? since I said so.”  Permissive  send to children’s desires, make couple of demands, use small punishment  decisive  both demanding and also responsive  collection rules, yet explain reasons and encourage open discussion

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23  as moral advancement progresses, the emphasis of concern moves indigenous the me to the broader social world. Principles of abstract principles: come affirm agreed-upon legal rights and an individual ethical ethics Morality the law and social rules: to acquire approval or stop disapproval morality of self-interest: to stop punishment or get concrete rewards Postconventional level traditional level Preconventional level

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24 Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4 Remember… anything from this chapters might be top top the quiz

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