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These are believed to be responsible for the infant's rapid acquisition of skills
Myelinization and Dendritic Growth
This is caused by a pair of recessive genes. It requires a special diet.
PKU
This is the least developed part of the brain at birth.
The Cortex
This stage of development is the beginning of symbolic thought
Sensorimotor Stage
The four stages of cognitive development according to Piaget
Sensorimotor
Preoperational
Concrete Operational
Formal Operational
Gap between what a child can do alone and what s/he can do with assistance.
Zone of Proximal Development
Three theories of language acquisition
Behavioral
Cognitive
Nativist
By what age are memory strategies used consistently?
Age 7
True or False. Babbling includes sounds from different languages.
True.
This type of memory is most adversely affected by aging.
Secondary or long-term memory.
Babies with this pattern of attachment are anxious when their mother is present and become more distressed when she leaves.
Resistant