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Quiz 1

The science of human development examines how, but not why, people change over time. False
The purpose of the scientific method is to find ways to support researchers hypotheses. False
Developmental theories look at observations and data to try to understand human growth and development. True
Theories are facts. False
Theories provide insight and guidance about developmental problems. True
According to Freud, the development of even young infants involves sexual pleasures. True
A learning theory is information that has been proven to be true by extensive research. False
Conditioning refers to any process in which a behavior is learned. True
Jean Piaget was a major pioneer in cognitive theory True
Nurture begins at the time of conception. True
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